Infrared thermal imaging as a non-destructive investigation method for building Archaeological purposes





Faculty/Professorship: Centre for Heritage Conservation Studies and Technologies  
Author(s): Luib, Anna 
Alternative Title: METHOD FOR BUILDING ARCHAEOLOGICAL PURPOSES
Title of the Journal: The International Archives of the Photogrammetry : Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences
Corporate Body: International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing
Conference: 27th CIPA International Symposium “Documenting the past for a better future”, 1–5 September 2019, Ávila, Spain
Publisher Information: Katlenburg-Lindau : Copernicus Publications
Year of publication: 2019
Volume: XLII-2/W15
Pages: 695-702
Language(s): English
DOI: 10.5194/isprs-archives-XLII-2-W15-695-2019
Abstract: 
The presented research approach evaluates the applicability of IRT as a non-destructive testing method for Building Archaeological scientific purposes. Within a qualitative thermographic analysis, focusing on the examination of thermal patterns and anomalies, the evidence of Building Archaeological phenomena is demonstrated. Several radiometric assessments display how hitherto unknown subsurface structures and constructive interrelations are detected and simultaneously evaluated in order to both describe the historic fabric’s quality and integrate them into the comprehensive Building Archaeological stratigraphic analysis. With IRT providing a standardised mapping of material features, structural configurations and thermal anomalies, the procedure presented enables more detailed estimations of both condition and constructive contiguity of historic fabric in a comprehensive assessment.
GND Keywords: Infrarotthermographie; Gebäude; Denkmalpflege
Keywords: Infrared Thermography, IR thermal imaging, Heritage Conservation, NDT Monitoring, Building Archaeology
DDC Classification: 720 Architecture  
RVK Classification: LH 60360   
Type: Conferenceobject
URI: https://fis.uni-bamberg.de/handle/uniba/52280
Release Date: 2. December 2021