Using infrared thermography (the Tomsk phenomenon) to study spatial and temporal evolution of aperiodic energy entities View Full Text


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DATE

2006-04

AUTHORS

V. P. Vavilov

ABSTRACT

Experiments where continuous high-frequency recording of IR thermograms was performed for 1.5 days demonstrated that the studied area contained a temperature anomaly (energy entity) characterized by the following parameters: a lifetime of about 1/6 s, characteristic dimensions of 1.5 m, and an excess temperature of 0.8°C.

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287-289

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1134/s1061830906040103

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