Re thermography reliability


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Posted by Andy Wohl on June 19, 2001 at 21:55:25:

In Reply to: Answer to Andy Wohl posted by Bengt Blomberg on June 19, 2001 at 16:42:16:

Bengt

Are you saying that by the time osmosis results in delaminations, there will likely be considerable moisture which CAN be identified by thermography? Prior to delamination, there are too many disturbances to reliably use thermography to determine other states of osmosis, including blisters?

Thx,
Andy

: Hello Andy,
: Tried that at an early stage of the research but there are
: too many disturbances. Also the delaminations ontain the
: largest amounts of moisture. The most important to find out
: in order to determine the state of the damages is the acid level
: and depth. There was not possible to get a reading on that.
: Regards Bengt




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