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Revista de Ingeniería

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RANGEL, Johannes; GARZON, Julian; SOFRONY, Jorge  and  KROLL, Andreas. Gas Leak Inspection Using Thermal, Visual and Depth Images and a Depth-Enhanced Gas Detection Strategy. rev.ing. [online]. 2015, n.42, pp.8-15. ISSN 0121-4993.  http://dx.doi.org/10.16924/riua.v0i42.40.

Advanced gas leak detection methods in industrial environments are of vital importance as they may translate into a reduction of accidents and increased economic efficiency. This paper proposes the use of different sensors for detecting and localizing leakages remotely, based on the measurement of variables involved when a leak is present. The processing and fusing of thermal, depth and visual images, as well as gas concentration scanning technique, is the proposed method in this article

Keywords : Gas leak detection; thermography; image registration; mutual information; RBI; spectral absorption.

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