Application of thermography to the deforming process of paper materials
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A method is described, in which infrared thermography is used to detect changes in the temperature image occurring in paper during a tensile test. Thermography has been found to be useful instead of calorimetry for detecting the local variations in surface temperature and the thermal energy transfer in paper under strain. The changes in temperature images during the course of tensile straining can facilitate the study of the local deformation process of paper.
KeywordsPolymer Surface Temperature Energy Transfer Calorimetry Tensile Test
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