3 edition of Thermal phenomena at molecular and microscales and in cryogenic infrared detectors found in the catalog.
Thermal phenomena at molecular and microscales and in cryogenic infrared detectors
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||sponsored by the Heat Transfer Division, ASME ; edited by M. Kaviany ... [et al.].|
|Series||HTD ;, vol. 277, HTD (Series) ;, v. 277.|
|Contributions||Kaviany, M., American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Heat Transfer Division., AIAA/ASME Thermophysics and Heat Transfer Conference (6th : 1994 : Colorado Springs, Colo.)|
|LC Classifications||QC319.8 .T5 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 87 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
|LC Control Number||94070958|
The design and trade-off process for the cryogenic spinning sensor (which contains materials with different coefficients of thermal expansion) is discussed. This paper shows how the T/S/O process has been used to design a sensor that is nearly athermal across a wide temperature : Jacob M. Miller, Marcus R. Hatch. DESIGN AND QUALIFICATION OF THE CRYOGENIC COVER MECHANISM FOR THE MID-INFRARED INSTRUMENT ON THE JAMES WEBB SPACE TELESCOPE U. Langer (1), A. Neukom, R. Romano, A. Vuilleumier(1) (1)RUAG Aerospace, Widenholzstrasse 1, CH Wallis ellen, Switzerland, Email: @ ABSTRACT In NASA and ESA File Size: KB.
The cryogenic system of the SPICA spacecraft consists of two subsystems: the thermal Insulation and Radiation Cooling System (TIRCS) and Mechanical Cooling System (MCS). Furthermore, TIRCS is composed of (1) the thermal shields (V-groove - VG1, VG2, and VG3), (2) the telescope (active) shield, (3) the truss assembly (truss and. PROCEEDINGS VOLUME Present status of TGS-based pyroelectric infrared detectors and computational simulation of their integration with silicon technology Author(s): Enhancement of optical properties of self-assembled quantum dots for infrared photodetectors by thermal annealing.
thermal behavior of cryogenic particle accelerator structures. It models the steady state heat flows in waveguides and beampipes while in operation, treating both diffuse and specular infrared reflection. The programs runs effectively on small computers. Thermal Design and Analysis for the Cryogenic MIDAS Experiment Ruth McElroy Amundsen NASA Langley Research Center ABSTRACT The Materials In Devices As Superconductors (MIDAS) spaceflight experiment is a NASA payload which launched in September on the Shuttle, and was transferred to the Mir Space Station for several months of by: 4.
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Get this from a library. Thermal phenomena at molecular and microscales and in cryogenic infrared detectors: presented at the 6th AIAA/ASME Thermophysics and Heat Transfer Conference, Colorado Springs, Colorado, June[M Kaviany; American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Heat Transfer Division.;]. Cryogenic particle detectors operate at very low temperature, typically only a few degrees above absolute sensors interact with an energetic elementary particle (such as a photon) and deliver a signal that can be related to the type of particle and the nature of the many types of particle detectors might be operated with improved.
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Thermal Phenomena at Molecular and Microscales and in Cryogenic Infrared Detectors. Kaviany. 01 Dec Paperback. unavailable. Infrared Laboratories is a world leader in infrared detectors, IR cameras, cryogenic systems, dewars, bolometers, and IR instruments for ultra-low light level applications in astronomy, scientific research and terahertz research.
Thermal Contact Resistance of Silicone Rubber to AISI Contacts S. Parihar, Contact Conductance Model for Isotropic Conforming Rough Surfaces and Comparison with Experiments,” Thermal Phenomena at Molecular and Microscales and in Cryogenic Infrared Detectors, Vol.ASME, New York, Cited by: 4.
A thermographic camera (also called an infrared camera or thermal imaging camera or infrared thermography) is a device that forms a heat zone image using infrared radiation, similar to a common camera that forms an image using visible d of the – nanometre range of the visible light camera, infrared cameras operate in wavelengths as long as 14, nm (14.
Detection of heat inleaks in cryogenic enclosures by infrared thermal imaging Ph. Lebrun Key words: cryogenic, heat inleak, infrared thermography Principle In a cryogenic enclosure with no internal heat source, such as a dewar vessel or a transfer line, energy conservation imposes that in steady state, all heat reaching the cryogen at the low Author: Ph.
Lebrun. Naraghi, M.H.N., and Antonetti, V.W., "Macro-Constriction Resistance of Objects with Distributed Contact Contour Areas in a Gaseous Environment," ASME publication HTD-Vol. Thermal Phenomena at Molecular and Microscales and in Cryogenic Infrared Detectors, Editors M.
Kaviany et al., pp.presented at the AIAA/ASME National Heat. Realization of an infrared spectral radiant power response scale on a cryogenic bolometer.
Thermal Phenomena at Molecular and Microscales and. - Absolute Mid-infrared Spectral Responsivity Scale Based on Thermal Detectors and the Cryogenic Radiometer - Enhanced Pyroelectric Linear Arrays for Infrared Spectroscopy - Optical modeling of Ge-on-Si focal plane arrays with diffractive light couplingAuthor: R.
Taubert, P. Meindl, C. Monte, L. Werner, T. Pohl, J. Hollandt. Cryogenic Far-Infrared Detectors for the Space Infrared Interferometric Telescope (SPIRIT) Dominic J.
Benford, Stephen A. Rinehart, David T. Leisawitz, and T. Tupper Hyde NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD USA ABSTRACT SPIRIT is a spatial and spectral interferometer with an operating wavelength range 25µm – Size: KB. Infrared is described as the range of frequency lying between visible light and very short wave radio.
All materials and bodies unavoidably radiate infrared energy provided their temperature is above absolute zero. Infrared possibilities have been known for a number of years, although its development was delayed by : R.
Culbertson. A Cryogenic Infrared Calibration Target An experimental study was carried out to compare the thermal emissivity and absorptivity.
Four previously published models for laser damage in infrared detectors, based on closed‐form solutions to the heat diffusion equation, are reviewed and their limitations discussed.
A generalized two‐dimensional numerical model based on a finite element technique is presented. This model can be used to calculate damage thresholds whenever the closed‐form solutions Cited by: Quantum detectors on the other hand, will degrade in D* and sensitivity as their temperature is increased.
Thus Pyroelectric detectors are more robust and can be used for a wider range of applications. RESPONSE TIME This is a matter in which quantum detectors are definitely superior to the classical thermal by: 1.
Session; 6th Thermophysics and heat transfer conference, Thermal phenomena at molecular and microscales and in cryogenic infrared detectors; ; Colorado Springs; CO Published in: Thermal phenomena at molecular and microscales and in cryogenic infrared detectors ; temperature, and a weak thermal link to cool the detector to a fixed temperature.
When an incoming X-ray hits the absorber, its energy is converted to thermal phonons. Initially, this will cause the detector temperature to rise. Due to the weak thermal link, the temperature gradually falls back to the fixed bath temperature.
This basic model. Near-Field Infrared Imaging at Cryogenic Temperatures. The characterizations of rich optical phenomena in materials under conditions of extreme temperature and pressure has conventionally relied on far-field spectroscopy techniques.
In contrast, the fundamental features of many phase transitions can only be revealed at characteristically. Explore books by M. Kaviany with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £. However, such thermal effects of NSs and their applications at cryogenic temperatures had never been fully explored.
Therefore, in this study, we have utilized the near-infrared laser induced photothermal effects of GO and MoS 2 NSs to suppress the ice nucleation and ice crystal growth during warming of the by: 4.
Numerical Analysis of the Effect of Infrared Radiation on Cryogenic Inertial Confinement Fusion Targets. Authors; Authors and affiliations Thermal infrared exposure of cryogenic indirect drive ICF targets. Fusion Sci. Technol. 49(4 Design, Fabrication and Testing, Sources and Detectors, Radiometry and Photometry, 3rd edn.
(McGraw-Hill Author: Xiaoxue Wu, Yongjian Tang, Yong Yi, Xiaobo Qi. A compact cryogenic calibration target is presented that has a peak diffuse reflectance, R ⩽from to cm −1 (12 − 2 μm). Upon expanding the spectral range under consideration to –10 cm −1 (25 − 1 μm) the observed performance gracefully degrades to R ⩽ at the band edges.
In the implementation described, a high-thermal Cited by: 5.