outperformed both rectal and temporal artery thermometry
in 205 newborns aged 12-72 hours in a study performed at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Drawn from the proceedings of the XXII International Conference on Laser Spectroscopy (ICOL2015), held in Singapore in June and July of 2015, the eight papers in this volume discuss quantum walks with neutral atoms in state-dependent optical lattices; the role of muonic atoms in nuclear structure; the development and optimization of Doppler broadening thermometry
using acetylene as a molecular target; antiferromagnetism with ultracold atoms; the generation and transfer of stable optical frequencies in optical clocks with trapped ions; precision measurement of the Newtonian gravitational constant by atom interferometry; optical sideband cooling in a Penning trap; and Bose-Einstein condensation of photons vs.
Applications include monitoring of gas turbines, and other turbo machinery, R&D of continuous detonation engines, monitoring and control of pressure oscillations in pipes and acoustic thermometry
The Caregiver thermometer was developed by the inventors of tympanic thermometry
and is the world's first non-contact device with TouchFree technology.
Stand-alone acoustic tomography and thermometry
systems have been used successfully in ice-covered regions at high latitudes.
Traditionally, rectal or cloacal thermometry
has been used to obtain body temperatures.
Moreover whenever mothers felt that their child is febrile by using tactile method of their choice axillary thermometry
was done irrespective of the number of recordings.
It entails checking passengers' temperatures with a special non-contact thermometry
machine, the reports says.
The paper -- Nano-Kelvin Thermometry
and Temperature Control: Beyond the Thermal Noise Limit -- describes a new and very sensitive, but unorthodox, thermometer that uses light to measure temperature.
One of the newest methods, temporal artery thermometry
, uses the same infra-red technology of tympanic thermometers (Kistemaker, Hartog, & Daanen, 2006; Sandlin, 2003).
NPL scientists, in collaboration with Cranfield University and the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre (SUERC), used acoustic thermometry
to make the measurement by building an acoustic resonator and making precise measurements of the speed of sound in argon gas.
The topics include comparing the performance of copper oxide nanofluid with water in electronic cooling, preparing and characterizing surfactant-coated cerium-zirconium nanoparticles and nanofuel, the boundary-layer flow of a nanofluid past a stretching sheet under uniform heat and mass flux, the effect of adding aluminum nanoparticles on the cooling performance and quench severity of water during immersion quenching, and using ultrasound thermometry
to study natural convection in opaque nanofluids.