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Donker, Pim (author)
This thesis proposes a method of detecting autonomic neuropathy in low-income countries using an infrared camera. Access to healthcare is often limited in low-income countries delaying the detection of neuropathy. If neuropathy can be detected in the earliest stage, often the autonomic state, damage to motor and sensory nerves can be prevented....
master thesis 2024
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Sisti, Manuela (author), Falsetti, C. (author), Beard, Paul F. (author)
In this study, an infrared system is developed for accurate measurements of surface temperature and heat transfer on fast moving targets. The system was designed for the Oxford Turbine Research Facility, a world-leading experimental facility delivering highly engine representative, scalable heat transfer results for aerospace research....
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Sadykov, Ilia I. (author), Palagin, D. (author), Krumeich, Frank (author), Plokhikh, Igor V. (author), van Bokhoven, Jeroen A. (author), Nachtegaal, Maarten (author), Safonova, Olga V. (author)
The surface of supported heterogeneous catalysts often contains adsorbed water and hydroxyl groups even when water is not directly added to the reaction stream. Nonetheless, the reactivity of adsorbed water and hydroxyl groups is rarely considered. We demonstrate that water and hydroxyl groups can not only directly participate in the...
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Bockelée-Morvan, D. (author), Lellouch, E. (author), Poch, O. (author), Quirico, E. (author), Cazaux, S.M. (author), de Pater, I. (author), Fouchet, T. (author), Fry, P. M. (author), Rodriguez-Ovalle, P. (author)
Context. We present the first spectroscopic observations of Ganymede by the James Webb Space Telescope undertaken in August 2022 as part of the proposal "ERS observations of the Jovian system as a demonstration of JWST's capabilities for Solar System science". Aims. We aimed to investigate the composition and thermal properties of the surface...
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Mertens, C. (author), Grille Guerra, A. (author), van Oudheusden, B.W. (author), Fehrs, Michael (author), Ritter, Markus R. (author)
The effects of the wing skin distortion on the boundary layer of a highly flexible wing are analyzed in a wind tunnel experiment using infrared thermography measurements. Considerable differences in the boundary layer flow are observed when comparing the sections of the wing near the ribs, where the design shape of the wing is preserved, and...
book chapter 2024
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Poola, Lakshmi (author), John, Luis Henrik (author), Godkhindi, Shrutkirthi S. (author), Reddy, Preetham (author), Rao, Deeksha P. (author), Prabhakar, T. V. (author), Venkatesha Prasad, Ranga Rao (author)
The recent spate of natural disasters such as earthquakes and floods destroyed buildings and caused loss of lives. Many times, the loss of life is attributed to slow response and not being able to reach the survivors. In such scenarios, the staggering number of deaths in the aftermath of a disaster can be reduced if information about survivors...
conference paper 2024
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Schiltz, Léon (author)
Mixed ices of carbon dioxide (CO<sub>2</sub>) and water (H<sub>2</sub>O), prevalent in cometary nuclei, solar system satellites, and interstellar dust particles, have posed a persistent challenge in understanding the fundamental behaviors of carbon dioxide in these icy environments. Specifically, the intriguing shift in the CO<sub>2</sub>...
master thesis 2023
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Cui, Ryan (author), van Herk, Lennert (author)
Practicing fire scenarios in emergency response training is very hard due to various obstacles. An example is when holding a training, real fire will preferably not be used as it can become threatening. Real fire will only be used in a surrounding where safety is ensured, which is probably outdoors. An emergency responder hardly knows that it...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Venugopal, A. (author)
Climate change, due to the continued emissions of carbon dioxide into our atmosphere and subsequent warming of the planet, is an existential crisis facing humanity. The rising temperature is are resulting in the melting of our ice caps and glaciers, influencing the weather patterns, are making many parts of the world unliveable and are driving...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Oberg, N.O. (author), Kamp, I. (author), Cazaux, S.M. (author), Rab, Ch (author), Czoske, O. (author)
Context. Gaining a full understanding of the planet and moon formation process calls for observations that probe the circumplanetary environment of accreting giant planets. The mid-infrared ELT imager and spectrograph (METIS) will provide a unique capability to detect warm-gas emission lines from circumplanetary disks. Aims. We aim to...
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Sattari, R. (author), Hu, D. (author), Liu, X. (author), van Zeijl, H.W. (author), Vollebregt, S. (author), Zhang, Kouchi (author)
The rapid development of power electronics has challenged the thermal integrity of semiconductor packaging. Further developments in this domain can be supported significantly by utilizing fast and flexible thermal characteristic evaluation. This study employs the transient dual interface method (TDIM) to characterize and compare the thermal...
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van Aarle, C. (author), Roturier, Nils (author), Biner, Daniel A. (author), Krämer, Karl W. (author), Dorenbos, P. (author)
LaBr<sub>3</sub>:Ce<sup>3+</sup> is a compound with excellent scintillation properties, but its ultraviolet emission does not match well with the detection efficiency curves of silicon based photodetectors. In this work, Sm<sup>2+</sup> is studied as an activator for LaBr<sub>3</sub> as its near-infrared emission can be detected with close to...
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Jiang, Weiwei (author), Wang, C.W. (author), Sarsenbayeva, Zhanna (author), Irlitti, Andrew (author), Wei, Jing (author), Knibbe, Jarrod (author), Dingler, Tilman (author), Goncalves, Jorge (author), Kostakos, Vassilis (author)
We present a fully-printable method to embed interactive information inside 3D printed objects. The information is invisible to the human eye and can be read using thermal imaging after temperature transfer through interaction with the objects. Prior methods either modify the surface appearance, require customized devices or not commonly used...
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Jahangiri, M. (author), Pawluczyk, Jaroslaw (author), Dąbrowski, Karol (author), Nihtianova, S. (author)
In modern nano-scale lithography, an essential role of the source, the illumination, and projection lenses is to deliver the precise amount of energy at a specific wavelength to the photoresist deposited on a wafer surface during exposure. Unfortunately, the source of the most advanced lithography processes may produce unwanted infrared...
conference paper 2023
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Kleisioti, E. (author), Dirkx, D. (author), Rovira Navarro, M. (author), Kenworthy, M.A. (author)
Context. Exomoons are expected to orbit gas giant exoplanets just as moons orbit Solar System planets. Tidal heating is present in Solar System satellites, and it can heat up their interior, depending on their orbital and interior properties. Aims. We aim to identify a tidally heated exomoon's (THEM) orbital parameter space that would make it...
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Argyriou, Ioannis (author), Lage, Craig (author), Rieke, George H. (author), Gasman, Danny (author), Bouwman, Jeroen (author), Morrison, Jane (author), Libralato, Mattia (author), Dicken, Daniel (author), Brandl, B.R. (author)
Context. The Mid-Infrared Instrument (MIRI) on board the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) uses three Si:As impurity band conduction (IBC) detector arrays. The output voltage level of each MIRI detector pixel is digitally recorded by sampling up the ramp. For uniform or low-contrast illumination, the pixel ramps become nonlinear in a...
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Apostolidis, P. (author), Porot, Laurent (author)
Bituminous binders are foreseen as colloidal dispersed systems characterised by high chemical complexity containing a plethora of molecules classified into maltenes and asphaltenes. The effect of these fractions on the overall response of bituminous binders remains elusive. This research selected two binders from the same refinery but with...
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Shrestha, Ranjit (author), Moradi, M. (author), Sfarra, Stefano (author), Kim, Wontae (author)
The infrared thermography (IRT) technique has shown great potential with many applications in a variety of fields, such as aerospace, petroleum, civil engineering, and so forth. This chapter is designed to provide an overview of the method of IRT in non-destructive material evaluation. It begins with the general introduction and development...
book chapter 2023
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Ras, Wilbert (author)
Today, one of the major goals of modern astronomy is the search for other habitable worlds and the presence of life on them. Crucial in this search is the atmospheric characterisation of small, rocky planets orbiting in the habitable zone around solar type stars. The LIFE initiative will be able to perform atmospheric characterisation of a...
master thesis 2022
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Teeuwen, Tom (author)
<b>OBJECTIVE </b>This study aims to compare non-invasive real-time optical imaging and measuring methods for the quantification of microcirculation of organs during normothermic machine perfusion (NMP). This could help to determine which method is most promising for further development towards a clinical objective transplantability assessment...
master thesis 2022
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