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Comparison of laser-based and monochromator-based thermodynamic temperature measurements

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Author(s)

George P. Eppeldauer, Howard W. Yoon, Jorge E. Neira, Vladimir Khromchenko, Charles E. Gibson, Allan W. Smith

Abstract

In this work, we describe the comparisons between the laser-based and monochromator-based radiance responsivity calibrations of a radiation thermometer. The spectral selection of the radiation thermometer is performed using a photopic-response filter which is spectrally broad in order to minimize the effects of convolution differences due to the spectral width of the laser- and the monochromator-based sources. The thick photopic-response filter also reduces the possible interference fringes which can be problematic in the laser-based calibrations. We will compare the radiance responsivities obtained using the two approaches and also compare the blackbody temperatures determined using the detector/monochromator based and the gold-point based calibration methods.
Proceedings Title
9th International Temperature Symposium
Volume
1552
Conference Dates
March 19-23, 2012
Conference Location
Anaheim, CA

Keywords

blackbody temperature measurement, kelvin, photopic filter, radiance responsivity, radiation thermometer, thermodynamic temperature measurement
Created March 19, 2012, Updated November 10, 2018