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Study and development of an image synthesis software for the simulation of in-situ 3D scenes monitored by infrared cameras

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This study addresses the development of a software for the simulation of radiative exchanges in in-situ 3D scenes. By using the progressive radiosity method, implemented on a graphic card to improve the computation speed, a direct solution to the radiative transfer equation is proposed. The software integrates the SMARTS2 atmospheric model to take into account the solar irradiance. Moreover, a camera model has been implemented to simulate the acquisition chain from the camera's irradiance to the digital signal. To validate the software, a comparison between simulated data and actual measurements is proposed. Finally, prospects for extending the software are presented.
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hal-02986528 , version 1 (23-11-2020)

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Thibaud Toullier, Jean Dumoulin, Laurent Mevel. Study and development of an image synthesis software for the simulation of in-situ 3D scenes monitored by infrared cameras. QIRT 2020 - 15th Quantitative InfraRed Thermography conference, Sep 2020, Virtual, Portugal. ⟨hal-02986528⟩
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