thermograph

(redirected from thermographs)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.
Related to thermographs: thermograms

thermograph

 [ther´mo-graf]
an instrument for recording temperature variations.
1. thermogram (def. 2).
2. the apparatus used in thermography.

ther·mo·graph

(ther'mō-graf),
An instrument or device used in producing a thermogram.
[thermo- + G. graphō, to write]

thermograph

/ther·mo·graph/ (-graf)
1. an instrument for recording temperature variations.
2. thermogram (2).
3. the apparatus used in thermography.

thermograph

(thûr′mə-grăf′)
n.
1. A thermometer that records the temperature it indicates.
2. The apparatus used in diagnostic thermography.

thermograph

[thur′məgraf′]
Etymology: Gk, thermē + graphein, to record
1 a photographic record of the amount of heat radiated from the surface of the body, revealing "hot spots" of potential tumors or other disorders.
2 a device consisting of a thermometer, inked stylus, and chart for continuous recording of the ambient temperature.

ther·mo·graph

(thĕr'mō-graf)
An instrument or device used in producing a thermogram.
[thermo- + G. graphō, to write]

thermograph

1. an instrument for recording temperature variations.
2. thermogram (2).
3. the apparatus used in thermography.
References in periodicals archive ?
The final thermographs that depict porosity in frames 183, 195 and 203 are shown in Fig.
The acquired thermograph file consists of 1747 frames.
Hence this algorithm involves writing different programs for each thermograph even of the same nature.
The glass transition temperatures of ABS as derived from the DSC runs are listed in Table 5, The DSC thermographs revealed a slight increase of glass transition temperature ([T.
DSC thermographs for the single layer as-received Spectra cloth and the cloths consolidated at different temperatures are overlaid in Fig.
Comparing the XRD results with the DSC results, an interesting and yet paradoxical phenomenon was observed: the single [gamma] peak of the microcellular nanocomposite in the XRD spectra corresponds to two peaks in the DSC thermographs, while the two strong [alpha] peaks with a trace of [gamma]-form for the microcellular neat resin in XRD are correlated with a single peak in DSC.
Figure 3 presents typical DSC thermographs of single bubble polyamide 11 and polyamide 12 films with BUR X DDR = 1.
According to DSC thermographs, aging these films in a room environment significantly increased both glass transition and cold crystallization temperatures up to certain values with constant melting point and crystallinity.
DSC thermographs of the melt processed blends are shown in Fig.