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Advanced Chromatic Monitoring


PrologueSection I: Basic Chromatic Principles: Overview of Chromatic MonitoringIntroductionMonitoring and ChromaticityExamples of Basic Chromatic ParametersEffect of Different Chromatic Processor ProfilesChromaticity with Discrete Rather Than Continuous SignalsVarious Chromatic RepresentationsChromatic Trend MappingChromatic Parameter-Based Calibration GraphsSecondary Chromatic MonitoringSummary and Recent DevelopmentsAppendix 1A: ADDITIONAL CHROMATIC MAPS: HSV, LABReferencesSection II: Chromatic Monitoring of Liquids and Biological Tissue: General Overview of Liquid Chromatic MonitoringIntroductionCamera-Based Systems OptionsAdditional Monitoring OptionsFurther OptionsIllustrative Examples of Chromatic System EvolutionSummaryReference: Optical Chromaticity for Petroleum DiscriminationIntroductionChromatic Monitoring SystemChromatic Analysis of Petroleum SpectraChromatic Maps of Various FuelsSummaryAcknowledgementsReference: PC-Based Chromatic Monitoring of E coli in UrineIntroductionChromatic SystemChromatic Maps and ProcessingChromatic Analysis ResultsReferences: Chromatic Monitoring of Honey SamplesIntroductionPortable Computer-Based Chromatic Monitoring SystemTest ResultsChromatic Interpretation of Test ResultsTransmission R:B MapPolarisation R:B MapFluorescence G:B MapQuantification of PerformanceOverview and SummaryAcknowledgementsAppendix 5A: FORMULAE FOR SENSITIVITY, SPECIFICITY, POSITIVE PREDICTED VALUE, NEGATIVE PREDICTED VALUEReferences: Mobile Phone Chromatic Monitoring of Jaundice In VivoIntroductionChromatic Monitoring UnitChromatic ProceduresPrimary Chromatic ProcessingSecondary Chromatic ProcessingConclusionsReferences: Optical Chromatic Monitoring of High-Voltage Transformer Insulating OilsIntroductionChromatic Optical TransmissionSystem Structure and OutputsChromatic ProcessingSummaryChromatic Optical FluorescenceSystem Structure and OutputsChromatic Mapping and CalibrationSummaryChromatic Combination of Transmission and Fluorescence ParametersSummary and OverviewAcknowledgementsReferencesSection III: Chromatic Monitoring of Mechanical Vibrations: Mechanical Machining MonitoringIntroductionTest SystemChromatic ResultsStatic TestsDynamic TestsChromatic Results ImplicationsStatic PerformanceDynamic PerformanceOverview and SummaryReferences: Chromasonics: Monitoring Rail-Track FaultsIntroductionChromasonicsPrinciples of OperationMonitoring SystemRAIL-DEFECT DetectionNormal Track Signal Plus SquatNormal Track Signal Plus Horizontal CrackNormal Track Signal Plus Defective WeldWorn Track SignaturesOverview and SummaryReferencesSection IV: Environmental Applications: Optical Chromatic Monitoring of Marine WatersIntroductionInherent Optical Properties of WaterChromatic ProcessingChromatic Monitoring SystemExamples of Test ResultsSummary and OverviewAcknowledgementsReferences: Chromatic Analysis of Wind Power GenerationIntroductionWind Speed DataData AnalysisChromatic AnalysisStatistical Analysis with Chromatic ParametersResults of Test Data AnalysisSummary and OverviewReferences: Chromatic Comparison of Environmental Factors of High-Voltage Circuit Breaker GasesIntroductionData NormalisationChromatic AnalysisInterpretationSummaryReferences: Chromatic Line of Sight Particle MonitoringIntroductionChromatic Monitoring SystemChromatic Test ResultsSummaryReferencesSection V: Advanced Chromatic Monitoring: Introduction to Advanced Chromatic AnalysisIntroductionProperties and Adaptability of Chromatic ProcessorsChromatic Processor PropertiesAdaptation of Processor Locations and WidthsNormalised Chromaticity of Two-Dimensional SignalsNormalised Chromaticity of a Rotated SignalSummary and OverviewReferences: Chromatic Monitoring of Spatial DimensionsIntroductionLaser Detection And Ranging System MonitoringMultispectral Domiciliary Healthcare MonitoringWireless Chromatic SystemAdvanced Chromatic Information ProcessingChromatic Monitoring of Groups of Zebrafish (Danio rerio)Overview and SummaryReferences: Optical Acoustic Monitoring of High-Voltage TransformersIntroductionChromatic Monitoring SystemChromatic Monitoring PrinciplesTest Results and Their Chromatic InterpretationContinuous Transformer OperationTap Changer OperationSUMMARY AND OVERVIEWAcknowledgementsReferences: Chromatic Monitoring of Arc ElectrodesIntroductionInstrumentationTest ResultsMass Loss of Plug ContactTime-Resolved SpectraChromatic ProcessingWavelength Domain Chromatic ProcessingTime Domain Chromatic ProcessingSummaryReferences: Chromatic Monitoring of Alternating Current Partial DischargesIntroductionData AnalysisData Processing and Chromatic AnalysisChromatic MapsSingle Quarter Cycle AnalysisMultiple Quarter Cycles AnalysisSummary and OverviewReferences: Transmission Line Fault Diagnosis Using Chromatic MonitoringIntroductionMethodologyPre-ProcessingChromatic Parameter SelectionChromatic ProcessingFault LocationIdentification of Fault TypeSummary and OverviewReferences: Chromatic Analysis of High-Voltage Transformer Oils DataIntroductionPrimary Chromatic Analysis of Dissolved GasesPrimary Chromatic Analysis of Acidity, Water and Dielectric StrengthPrimary Optical Chromatic AnalysisSecondary Chromatic ProcessingSummaryReferences: Chromatic Assessment of High-Voltage Circuit Breaker GasesIntroduction to Current InterruptionChromatic Interpretation of Conventionally Measured Circuit Breaker ParametersIntroduction to Current Interruption ParametersChromatic Analysis MethodExamples of Chromatic Analysis ApplicationSummary and OverviewComparison of High-Voltage Arc-Quenching Gases: Test DataIntroduction to Arc-Quenching Test DataChromatic AnalysisInterpretation of Chromatic Monitoring ResultsSummary and OverviewComparison of High-Voltage Arc-Quenching Gases: Theoretical DataIntroduction to Arc-Quenching ComputationsChromaticity of Thermal Storage Temperature VariationsChromatic Comparison of Different Forms of Thermal LossesSummary and OverviewAppendix 21A: Circuit Breaker Operational ParametersReferencesEpilogue
 
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