By Jose Ignacio Priego Quesada
This booklet addresses the appliance of infrared thermography in activities, studying the most merits of this non-invasive, non-radiating and inexpensive approach. points lined contain the detection of accidents in activities drugs, the overview of activities functionality because of the current hyperlink among actual health and thermoregulation and the research of warmth move for activities clothing and activities apparatus. even though infrared thermography is extensively thought of to be a quick and easy-to-use device, the power to bring exact and repeatable measurements is a vital attention. in addition, it is very important be conversant in the newest activities reports released in this strategy to comprehend its strength and boundaries. as a result, this publication establishes an important hyperlink among laboratory assessments and the activities box.
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Figure obtained from Merla et al. I. Priego Quesada et al. 2 The ﬁve last publications using infrared thermography in sport science prior to the writing of this chapter (July 2016) Date Title Authors Journal May 2016 The effect of noseband tightening on horses’ behavior, eye temperature, and cardiac responses  The influence of a menthol and ethanol soaked garment on human temperature regulation and perception during exercise and rest in warm, humid conditions  Estimation of energy expenditure during treadmill exercise via thermal imaging  Long-term exercise training as a modulator of mammary cancer vascularization  Dynamics of thermographic skin temperature response during squat exercise at two different speeds  Fenner et al.
Because this total emissive power is not equal in all the wavelengths (k), there is also the spectral emissive power, Ek, which is the energy emitted by unit of surface, time, and range of wavelength. The graphical representation of the experimental curves corresponding to the spectral emissive power of the black body for each wavelength at different temperatures is shown in Fig. 8. This ﬁgure shows how the body emits radiation at different frequencies according to its temperature. For example, the sun, because it is at a temperature between 5000 and 6000 K, emits its radiation in the ultraviolet, visible and infrared spectrum; however, its emission peak is in the range of visible radiation (526 nm, corresponding to the green–yellow colors of the visible light).
Ideally, this heat should be homogenous. For this reason, hot plates from laboratories are recommended. 3. Use the infrared camera to determine the temperature of the material with known emissivity. 4. Set the emissivity of the object of interest until obtaining the same temperature as the material with known emissivity. This is the estimation of the emissivity of the object of interest. 5. Repeat the experiment different times, at different temperatures and with different samples of your object of interest, in order to obtain a robust average of the emissivity.