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Analyzing thermal images of water in motion
02-23-2016, 12:44 PM
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RE: Analyzing thermal images of water in motion
After looking at your .seq files; the variations you are seeing appear to be consistent with fixed pattern noise and possibly some vignetting. I measured an average temperature discrepancy of 0.6 C between the top and the bottom of your image.

Please perform a NUC (non uniformity correction) immediately prior to collecting data to minimize these effects.
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RE: Analyzing thermal images of water in motion - Gary Orlove - 02-23-2016 12:44 PM

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