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Infrared Image Simulation Based On Solids Modeling
Author(s): Bruce Morey; Pam Bloom; William Schanerberger; Stanley Grobmyer
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Paper Abstract

A method for simulating infrared images based on Solids Modeling has been developed at ERIM. The method predicts temperatures of complicated objects that can be described easily using Solids Modeling. The key development is a thermal conduction model that is automatically created from the Solids Model. The thermal model is required to predict the temperatures of the object. The creation of the thermal conduction model is rooted in the concept of automatically converting the geometry from one kind of representation to another. An automatic conversion of geometry representation maintains the ease of use in creating complicated geometries expected from today's Solids Modelers while allowing temperature prediction to be practically accomplished. This method also allows multispectral image simulation to be accomplished with a single geometry representation. The key technique used for the creation of the thermal model is discussed along with a brief discussion of how the current method fits into the context of integrated, multispectral image simulation.

Paper Details

Date Published: 30 August 1989
PDF: 14 pages
Proc. SPIE 1098, Aerospace Pattern Recognition, (30 August 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.960421
Show Author Affiliations
Bruce Morey, Environmental Research Institute of Michigan (United States)
Pam Bloom, Environmental Research Institute of Michigan (United States)
William Schanerberger, Environmental Research Institute of Michigan (United States)
Stanley Grobmyer, United States Army Foreign Science and Technology Center (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1098:
Aerospace Pattern Recognition
Marshall R. Weathersby, Editor(s)

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