Application of Infrared Thermography in Sports Science by Jose Ignacio Priego Quesada PDF

By Jose Ignacio Priego Quesada

ISBN-10: 331947409X

ISBN-13: 9783319474090

ISBN-10: 3319474103

ISBN-13: 9783319474106

This publication addresses the appliance of infrared thermography in activities, studying the most advantages of this non-invasive, non-radiating and inexpensive procedure. elements lined comprise the detection of accidents in activities medication, the overview of activities functionality as a result current hyperlink among actual health and thermoregulation and the research of warmth move for activities clothing and activities apparatus. even though infrared thermography is extensively thought of to be a quick and easy-to-use instrument, the facility to bring exact and repeatable measurements is a vital attention. additionally, it is very important be accustomed to the most recent activities reviews released in this strategy to comprehend its strength and obstacles. for that reason, this publication establishes an important hyperlink among laboratory assessments and the activities box.

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As will be shown in the following section, the emitted radiation of the human body temperature is in the range of infrared radiation in the electromagnetic spectrum and is called thermal radiation. 3 29 Electromagnetic Spectrum and Infrared Radiation Electromagnetic radiation is a way of energy propagation through a vacuum or a material medium without mass transport. An electromagnetic wave can be defined as the propagation of the vibration of an electric field (E) and magnetic field (B), which together form an angle of 90° (Fig.

During the approximately 40 years that infrared thermography has been used in sports science, the application that has been most used is sports medicine, representing 40% of the total number of papers. The second most commonly used application has been thermophysiology, with 31% of the total papers. In other application fields, the percentage of published Fig. 1 The four most relevant publications using infrared thermography in sport science Rank Title Authors and year No of citations 1 An overview of recent application of medical infrared Hildebrandt 113 thermography in sports medicine in Austria [3] et al.

2). The propagation direction is perpendicular to both the plane of vibration of the electric field and the vibration of the magnetic field. 108 m/s). The quantities that characterize the electromagnetic waves are the amplitude of the electric field and the magnetic field and the frequency of the wave. The wavelength is the spatial period of the wave, which is the distance between two points with identical vibration state (from pulse to pulse), measured in meters, micrometers, nanometers, etc. (Fig.

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