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Low Temperature Radiation Pyrometry in Industry

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Abstract

Problems encountered in the application of radiation pyrometry in industry are discussed with particular emphasis being placed on the measurement of low surface temperatures (100–400°F). A low range radiation pyrometer for use on such applications is described.

© 1949 Optical Society of America

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