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A non-invasive method for the detection of damage and changes in the hoof capsul

So far, non-invasive methods that specifically detect abscesses, cracks, and keratomes in horse hooves have yet to be developed. This study used non-invasive Sensors to measure the thermal properties of horse hooves. By using the sensor to heat approximately one square inch of the hoof by 1-2 °C, veterinarians could identify hoof damage based on inconsistent heat conduction. Results of this experiment were reproducible, however more studies need to be ...

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Thermal conductivity versus depth profiling of inhomogeneous materials

This research highlights the capabilities of transient measurements and sensors to estimate thermal conductivities of samples with large voids/variations in their compositions. Because of the lack of a physical model to predict thermal conductivity vs depth information of inhomogenous materials, researchers have utilized existing models to create an advanced iteration scheme, to determine depth position data. Although the authors have discovered a promising and reproducible means to determine the ...

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Finite element modeling of the TPS method

This paper aimed to develop a 3D simulation based on the TPS technique that analyzed the spiral geometry and properties of the sample material and TPS sensor. A numerical study was simulated to reproduce the transient curve generated by the experimental study. Results of the experiment showed that the temperature of the central rings in the sensor were higher than the peripheral rings. The numerical and experimental results were compared ...

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Thermal depth profiling of materials for defect detection

The Transient Plane Source Method is a helpful tool to test for the thermal conductivity of homogenous materials, however researchers at both the Chalmers University of Technology and Gothenberg University have created a process to test the thermal conductivities of inhomogeneous materials. For this experiment, a thermal analyzer was used to determine the thermal conductivities of four different sample materials (polymers and Pyrex glass) – each with different sizes and defects. ...

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