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Pulse compression favourable aperiodic infrared imaging approach for non-destructive testing and evaluation of bio-materials
Author(s): Ravibabu Mulaveesala; Geetika Dua; Vanita Arora; Juned A. Siddiqui; Amarnath Muniyappa
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Paper Abstract

In recent years, aperiodic, transient pulse compression favourable infrared imaging methodologies demonstrated as reliable, quantitative, remote characterization and evaluation techniques for testing and evaluation of various biomaterials. This present work demonstrates a pulse compression favourable aperiodic thermal wave imaging technique, frequency modulated thermal wave imaging technique for bone diagnostics, especially by considering the bone with tissue, skin and muscle over layers. In order to find the capabilities of the proposed frequency modulated thermal wave imaging technique to detect the density variations in a multi layered skin-fat-muscle-bone structure, finite element modeling and simulation studies have been carried out. Further, frequency and time domain post processing approaches have been adopted on the temporal temperature data in order to improve the detection capabilities of frequency modulated thermal wave imaging.

Paper Details

Date Published: 13 June 2017
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 10214, Thermosense: Thermal Infrared Applications XXXIX, 102140G (13 June 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2263924
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Ravibabu Mulaveesala, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar (India)
Geetika Dua, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar (India)
Vanita Arora, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar (India)
Juned A. Siddiqui, PDPM Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing Jabalpur (India)
Amarnath Muniyappa, PDPM Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing Jabalpur (India)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 10214:
Thermosense: Thermal Infrared Applications XXXIX
Paolo Bison; Douglas Burleigh, Editor(s)

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