The resulting thermograms
show the changes made in the polymer during different heating regimes.
Most of the women got "normal" readings on their thermograms
, and the majority of these women remained cancer-free.
Caption: Figure 6: TGA thermograms
of PAN/Ti[O.sub.2] nanofibres.
Experimental data have allowed us to represent thermograms
of such a plan on 10 specimens.
Figure 9 shows the DSC thermograms
of microwaved samples cured for temperature range of -50[degrees]C to 300[degrees]C at a heating rate of 20[degrees]C/min.
The fusion of thermograms
from a long wave thermographic camera with data from a visual camera may be achieved using the Mutual Information (MI) technique, which consists of a similarity measure that defines the level of correlation between two images, based on the intensity values for each one.
Applying this mask to each thermogram
, the next value of temperature (in the time domain) for each pixel is predicted; if [T.sup.(m+1).sub.ij0] and [[??].sup.(m+1).sub.ij0] denote the real and the estimated next temperature for a specific pixel in Eq.
Figure 5 shows successive thermograms
of the MCM from left to right--before and after switching on the load, and a thermogram
is synthesized where each pixel constitutes the temperature difference of the corresponding pixels in the two images.
To generate a plasma thermogram
, a blood plasma sample is "melted" producing a unique signature indicating a person's health status.
The plasma thermogram
test works by analysing heat profile from a person's blood.
Called a plasma thermogram
, it involves capturing an infrared profile of heat given off by a blood sample.
The recorded thermogram
gives information about the phase transition, water of crystallization, and different stages of decomposition of the crystal.