introduction to Infrared Thermography

What is infrared thermography? Infrared thermography is the science of detecting infrared energy emitted from an object, converting it to apparent temperature, and displaying the result as an infrared image. Literally, infrared thermography means “beyond red” (infrared) “temperature picture” (thermography) ~ http://en-us.fluke.com. On 2008 I joined infrared themography level 1 certification  managed by ITC (http://www.infraredtraining.com). This training teaches about the basic knowledge about infrared thermography, how to use infrared camera and things that can affect the results of shooting. If we use infrared camera, then we can capture the thermal image without touching directly with the equipment. This means we[…]

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introduction to welding, soldering and brazing

  Welding is a process of joining a metal into one due to heat with or without pressure effect or it can also be defined as a metallurgical bond generated by the attraction force between atoms. Soldering and brazing is a process of grafting metal which is used other metal connector in a liquid state which then frozen. Soldering is the process of connecting two pieces of metal with different metals which are poured in a liquid state with a temperature not exceeding 430 o C between the two pieces. The most widely used alloy / filler metal alloys are[…]

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