List of articles contained in the IR/INFO 2001 Proceedings:
More Energy Bang For Your Buck
David Vanderbeek, SAV-AIR, L. L. C.
A Different View to Utility Power Line Scanning
Harley Denio, Oregon Infrared
New Advancements in Microbolometer Sensor and Infrared Camera Design
“Thomas J. Scanlon & Kjell Lindström, FLIR Systems, Inc.
Aerospace Thermography at Warner Robins Air Logistics Comman
James O. (Jim) Armstrong, Robins AFB, GA
Preparing for the Unknown
Ron Predmesky and Matt Zaluzec, Ford Motor Company
PROACTâ For Infrared Thermographers
Robert J. Latino, Reliability Center, Inc.
Utility Customer-Based Infrared Thermography Programs
John Fehlberg, Florida Power and Light Company
Concerns with Type “U” Bushings (and What to Look out for)
Tom Frail, Con Edison
Failure of Freehold Bank 1 LTC and the Detection of Repair Deficiencies Through Follow-up Infrared Testing
Lawrence P. Hayes, GPU Energy
Testify Like an Expert
Robert J. Incollingo, Esq.
Which is the Best Technology to Use for This Application? Ultrasound or Infrared?
Mark Goodman, UE Systems, Inc.
Make Time For Reliability
Terrence O’Hanlon, ReliabilityWeb.com
Use of Infrared Thermography to Improve the Melt Spinning and Processing of Polyester Fibers
Glenn Gibson and Mark Tincher, Eastman Chemical Company
Corona Discharge, Ultrasound, and Thermal Heating Events on High Voltage Sources
Daniel A. Ninedorf, Ox Creek Energy Associates Inc.
Utility Deregulation in California and What Effect Will it Have on Thermography as a Predictive Maintenance Strategy?
Dick Toth, Sacramento Municipal Utility District
Using STMicroelectronics Inc. Energized Electrical Work Permit While Performing Infrared Inspections
Cliff Sohl, STMicroelectronics Inc.
Applications for Aerial Infrared Thermography
Greg Stockton, Stockton Infrared Thermographic Services, Inc.
Clandestine Aerial Infrared Operations in Colombia
” Ray Davies”, “Aerial Infrared Remote Sensing”
Infrared Thermography: On-Line
Jon Chynoweth, Mikron Instruments, Inc.
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