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ANLS 1610 Weeks 1-2 Instrumentation

ANLS 1610 Weeks 1-2 Instrumentation - WEEK ONE Welcome back...

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WEEK ONE Welcome back, I hope you had an enjoyable break!
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Primary Evaluation Vaso- Thermal Instrumentation Anls 1202, Spring 2003 Dr. Richard Franz Department of Technique & Analysis Student Office Hours Wed 8-11 & Thurs 8-10 (770) 426-2709
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Syllabi for Anls 1202 Spring Quarter 2003
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Note Pack Disclaimer Don’t for a minute think the note pack given to you for this class has all the information that you’ll be tested on throughout this course. Because it DOESN’T !
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THERMOMETRY The branch of science concerned with measurement of temperatures The numerical measurement of temperatures
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Thermometry is a branch of science concerned with the measurement of temperature. Since many instruments the produce thermograms, such as camera units, can also yield direct temperature measurements, they concomitantly produce a thermometric analysis. Any instrument which uses an ambient temperature reference during its analysis, and read out in numerical fashion, is performing thermometry.
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THERMOGRAPHY The technique of measuring and graphically recording variations in temperature
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Thermography is defined as the graphic rendering of temperatures. Thus, any instrument which produces some form of “image”, whether hard copy graph or digitized display, is considered thermography.
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Definition of a Subluxation M isalignment of a Vertebra O cclusion of a Foramen P ressure on Nerves I nterference with the Transmission of Mental Impulses
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What did BJ say? A subluxation of a vertebra is where there is pressure upon nerves, interference with transmission, creating dis-ease.
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