Tratamiento gráfico de imágenes generadas con cámaras termográficas con tecnología de infrarrojos (ir) al servicio del mapeado de anomalías en fachadas de edificios históricos
|Autor||Rico Delgado, Fernando
Marín García, David
Rincón Millán, Juan
Fernández-Valderrama Aparicio, Pedro
|Departamento||Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Expresión Gráfica e Ingeniería en la Edificación|
|Publicado en||XI Congreso Internacional de Expresión Gráfica Aplicada a la Edificación, 2012, Valencia, (775-782)|
|Tipo de documento||Ponencia|
|Resumen||The images and graphics generated by applying thermal imaging infrared technology (IR), is very valuable for the inspection and nondestructive testing in the field of construction. The mapping generated by this technology ...
The images and graphics generated by applying thermal imaging infrared technology (IR), is very valuable for the inspection and nondestructive testing in the field of construction. The mapping generated by this technology in building facades, detects areas that are faulty transmission of heat energy in the walls, leaking or introduced by them, also reflecting the operating conditions of heating, ventilation and air conditioning, identifying problems and anomalies of these facilities, as well as the proper functionality of the constructive elements that could affect the habitability or safety in the building. Representative example of application of this procedure has been the inspection of the facade of the former Royal Tobacco Factory of Seville, now houses the Rectorate of the University of Seville. This exercise aims to demonstrate the most common problems of collection, processing and interpretation of graphical data presented by the application of this technology to facades of historic buildings.