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Use Of A Mobile Infrared (IR) Line Scanner In The Plymouth, Michigan Residential Energy Program
Author(s): John D. Behman
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Paper Abstract

Naturally, there are varying opinions as to the degree of seriousness of today's energy problem, as well as the long range effects it will have on us all. As numerous as these opinions may be, so are the theories as to the most optimal course(s) of action that should be undertaken to relieve the situation. For example, there is no clear-cut consensus as to which alternative energy source we should most diligently pursue, how diligently should the pursuit be at this time, is there (or will there ever be) a need to significantly change our lifestyles and business expections, or will scientific discoveries relieve us all in the end? As complex and omnipresent as these queries may be, the paradox is the consensus among most of us as to the existence of an energy problem.

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Date Published: 12 March 1982
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 0313, Thermal Infrared Sensing Applied to Energy Conservation in Building Envelopes, (12 March 1982); doi: 10.1117/12.932953
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John D. Behman, Office of the City Manager (United States)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 0313:
Thermal Infrared Sensing Applied to Energy Conservation in Building Envelopes
Richard A. Grot; James T. Wood, Editor(s)

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