Thermal diffusivity measurements in glass and Teflon using photopyroelectric signal spectral

Bonno, B.; Laporte, J.L.; d'Leon, R. Tascon
October 1996
Review of Scientific Instruments;Oct96, Vol. 67 Issue 10, p3616
Academic Journal
Reports on the thermal diffusivity measurements in glass and Teflon using photopyroelectric signal spectral analysis and correlation techniques. Multifrequency rear surface excitation combined with impulse response determination using correlation photopyroelectric techniques; Development of a software for the remote control of electronic devices.


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