Infrared thermography as a non-destructive test for the inspection of reinforced concrete bridges: A review of the state of the art. ISSN This article aims to present the methodologies, advantages and limitations of the infrared thermography test for the inspection of reinforced concrete bridges. A systematic review of articles and academic material related to the area was carried out.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. In this paper, the use of a signal to noise ratio SNR is proposed for the quantification of the goodness of some selected processing techniques of thermographic images, such as differentiated absolute contrast, skewness and kurtosis based algorithms, pulsed phase transform, principal component analysis and thermographic signal reconstruction.
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