David Crump

Articles

PID, APC November 1, 2006

Machine Vision Sees Through the Heat

Fiberglass, as its name implies, is made from extremely fine fibers of glass. As early as the 1890’s, experimental glass fibers had been created and found useful for their high ratio of surface area to weight. For example, blocks and bats of glass fiber trap air which is the basis for many types of thermal insulation.

By David Crump