Module 1 – Understand Basic Thermal Science
Lesson 1 – Infrared thermography: Introduces the principles and applications of infrared thermography.
Lesson 2 – Thermograms: Explains how thermograms are used to represent temperature variations.
Lesson 3 – Visible light imaging: Compares visible light imaging with infrared thermography.
Lesson 4 – Why is it so useful?: Explores the benefits and practicality of using thermography in various industries.
Lesson 5 – Applications: Discusses real-world applications of thermography, such as electrical inspections and building diagnostics.
Module 2 – Understand the Basic Thermography Theory
Lesson 1 – Thermal energy and heat: Introduces thermal energy and the concept of heat.
Lesson 2 – Fundamental law of the conservation of energy: Explains the conservation of energy in thermography.
Lesson 3 – Heat transfer: Discusses various methods of heat transfer, such as conduction and convection.
Lesson 4 – States of matter: Explores the different states of matter and their relation to temperature changes.
Lesson 5 – Conduction: Focuses on heat transfer through direct contact.
Lesson 6 – Convection: Covers heat transfer through fluid motion.
Lesson 7 – Evaporation and condensation: Explains heat transfer during phase changes.
Lesson 8 – Heat radiation: Introduces heat transfer through electromagnetic waves.
Lesson 9 – Measuring temperature: Discusses the methods and devices used to measure temperature.
Lesson 10 – Temperature scales: Explores different temperature scales used in thermography.
Lesson 11 – Electromagnetic waves: Introduces electromagnetic waves and their relation to thermal radiation.
Lesson 12 – Visible light: Compares visible light to thermal radiation.
Lesson 13 – Thermal radiation: Focuses on thermal radiation as an essential aspect of thermography.
Module 3 – Understand Camera Considerations
Lesson 1 – Thermal cameras: Introduces the technology and features of thermal cameras.
Lesson 2 – IR resolution: Discusses infrared resolution and its impact on image quality.
Lesson 3 – Instantaneous field of view: Explains the concept of instantaneous field of view and its significance.
Lesson 4 – Thermal sensitivity: Covers the sensitivity of thermal cameras to detect temperature variations.
Lesson 5 – Focus: Discusses the importance of proper camera focus in thermography.
Lesson 6 – Colour palette: Explores different colour palettes used to represent thermal images.
Lesson 7 – Image adjustment: Explains the adjustment of thermal images for better interpretation.
Lesson 8 – Level and span: Covers level and span settings to control temperature range in thermal images.
Lesson 9 – Image adjustment: Discusses additional image adjustment techniques for better analysis.
Module 4 – Understanding Thermographic Data Collection Considerations
Lesson 1 – Thermal tuning: Introduces thermal tuning for optimal data collection.
Lesson 2 – Image presentation modes: Discusses different image presentation modes for thermography.
Lesson 3 – Temperature range: Explains temperature range settings for accurate thermal data.
Lesson 4 – Non-uniformity correction: Covers non-uniformity correction in thermal imaging.
Lesson 5 – Image frequency: Discusses the frequency of image capture and its impact on data collection.
Lesson 6 – Measurement tools: Introduces various measurement tools and their use in thermography.
Lesson 7 – Reflected apparent temperature: Explores the concept of reflected apparent temperature in thermography.
Lesson 8 – Emissivity: Discusses emissivity and its significance in accurate temperature measurement.
Lesson 9 – Absorptivity: Covers the concept of absorptivity and its relation to thermal data interpretation. Module 5 – Exam: A comprehensive examination to test learners’ understanding of the concepts and principles covered in the course on Introduction to Thermography.