Case Study for ZARM – with ThermalCapture 640
In combination with the FLIR Tau 2 640 infrared camera the TeAx ThermalCapture system is used to investigate the pyrolysis front propagation velocity of surface-structured PMMA samples at the Center of Applied Space Technology and Microgravity (ZARM).
The IR system is integrated into an apparatus in accordance to the NASA-STD-6001B 'Upward Flame Propagation Test' setup to determine the effect of different surface structures on flame spreading. The experiments are done in the area of fire safety research for human spaceflight. The ThermalCapture module enables fast and easy data recording and evaluation.
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