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《Laser & Infrared》 2006-01
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Measurement of Thickness of Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic Flat Bottom Hole Sample by Infrared Thermal NDT

ZHANG Xiao-chuan~1,JIN Wan-ping~2,LI Yan-hong~1,JIANG Shu-fang~1,SHEN Jing-ling~1,ZHANG Cun-lin~1(1.Department of Physics,Capital Normal University,Beijing 100037,China;2.Beijing Waiteksin Advanced Technology Co.,Ltd,Beijing 100083,China)  
Using an active infrared testing technology and flash lamp to heat the sample,we do researches on the material properties and interior structural information.In this paper it gives the introduction of thermal wave testing principle,and the glass fiber reinforced plastic flat bottom hole sample proves the thermal wave theory.The analysis of thermal sequence images and temperature-time curves present the thermal chromatography and its practical one-way thickness measurement.
【CateGory Index】: TN215
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