4 edition of Infrared system engineering found in the catalog.
Infrared system engineering
Richard D. Hudson
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Series||Wiley series in pure and applied optics|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||642|
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Machine derived contents note: Part 1. The Elements Of The Infrared System. --Chapter 1. Introduction to Infrared System Engineering. --Chapter 2. Infrared Radiation.
--Chapter 3. Source of Infrared Radiation. --Chapter 4. transmission of Infrared Radiation Through the Earth's. This classic opens with a history of the development of the infrared portion of the spectrum, probes the system engineering process, and then examines the characteristics of the successful system engineer.
The next eleven chapters delve deeply into the elements of infrared technology. Chapter 13 explains the functional relationships between the. This Field Guide introduces the concepts of barrier infrared detector technologies and encompasses the capabilities and challenges of third-generation infrared focal plane arrays as well as the advantages of using dual-band technology.
The book combines numerous engineering disciplines necessary for the development of an infrared system. Systems Engineering and Analysis of Electro-Optical and Infrared Systems integrates solid fundamental systems engineering principles, methods, and techniques with the technical focus of contemporary electro-optical and infrared optics, imaging, and detection methodologies and systems.
The book provides a running case study throughout that. Infrared System Engineering by Richard D. Hudson ISBN ISBN Hardcover; New York: Wiley-interscience, ; ISBN Infrared Thermography is primarily aimed at quantitative thermographers, and manufacturers, vendors and users of thermal imagers.
This book is also of interest to senior undergraduate and postgraduate students across a range of disciplines such as electrical, mechanical and civil engineering, computer science, and biomedicine. This book combines numerous engineering disciplines necessary for the development of an infrared system.
It describes the basic elements involving image formation and image quality, radiometry and flux transfer, and explains the figures of merit involving detector performance. The book "Systems Engineering: Practice and Theory" is a collection of articles written by developers and researches from all around the globe.
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This book brings together multidisciplinary chapters written by leading authorities in the area. The book provides a thorough overview of progress in the field of applications of IR and NIR spectroscopy in Materials Cited by:.
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