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Study on Non-Contact Surface Temperature Measurement Using Pyrometer in Cone Calorimeter

K.B. Yoon1, W.H. Park2, T.K. Kim3

1 Graduate school, Chung Ang University, Seoul, Korea
2 Korea Railroad Research Institute, Uiwang-si, Korea
3 Department of Mechanical Engineering, Chung Ang University, Seoul, Korea

Structural Longevity 2012, 7(1), 37-43. https://doi.org/10.3970/sl.2012.007.037

Abstract

The surface temperature of the specimen was measured with thermocouple and pyrometer in the cone calorimeter to analyze the pyrolysis for solid fuels. When the pyrometer was used to measure temperature, heat flux from the cone heater was found to have reflected and entered the pyrometer. The performed correction temperature results were very consistent with those obtained using the thermocouple. Non-contact temperature measurement can be considered a technique to reduce measurement errors attributable to the deformation of specimen.

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Yoon, K., Park, W., Kim, T. (2012). Study on Non-Contact Surface Temperature Measurement Using Pyrometer in Cone Calorimeter. Structural Longevity, 7(1), 37–43.



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