Measurement of Infrared Transmissivity of Smoke Using a Thermal Imager
Keywords: Smoke chamber test, thermal imager, extinction characteristic, smoke transmission infrared transmissivity of smoke, smoke material
AbstractThe smoke is an effective camouflage method and is widely used in the modern battlefields.
The smoke chamber test is used quantitatively to extinct the energies of the smoke material. In
the smoke chamber test, a key problem is to accurately measure the transmissivity of the smoke.
In this paper, the relationship between the temperatures measured and the radiation received by
the thermal imager has been disussed. The equation to accurately calculate the infrared
transmissivity of the smoke from the measured temperature is deduced. This equation is also
compared with the simplified one.
How to Cite
Bo, X., Jiaming, S., Jiachun, W., Zhongcai, Y., Jiayin, W., & Jiwei, X. (2006). Measurement of Infrared Transmissivity of Smoke Using a Thermal Imager. Defence Science Journal, 56(5), 785-790. https://doi.org/10.14429/dsj.56.1946
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