Kerbala University has discussed the master’s dissertation entitled (the efficiency of the thermal camera under bad weather conditions and the moving target in the holy city of Kerbala)

The Faculty of Science has discussed the master’s thesis tagged (the efficiency of the thermal camera under bad weather conditions and the moving target in the holy city of Kerbala), which was submitted by the student Ahmed Fadhil Abd Al-Rahiem, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Fadhil Khadam Fleifiel and Assistant Professor Dr. Azhar Abd AL-Zahrah Rahiem. The thesis aims to calculate the diffusion function of the slit diffusion function, which is used as a tool to determine the performance of the thermal imaging device. Thermal images are captured by the thermal camera of moving targets in different ranges and with different concentrations of fog to compare them with the theoretical results in the same study area.
One of the most prominent conclusions reached by the research is that the moving image (the moving target) and the bad weather conditions have a significant effect on the distribution of the intensity of the thermal image. In addition, to the dependence of the detection and identification of targets in thermal imaging on the emission of infrared rays from the targets and their transmission through the atmosphere and the use of comparison between the thermal images and the distribution of the intensity in the images as a guide to work in this field. The clear and unclear images of the target are affected by the weather condition. Furthermore, the research contains information that is considered a working guide for technicians and supervisors operating thermal cameras in the Holy Kerbala Governorate.
It also recommended improving the efficiency of the thermal camera by using different filters in addition to studying the camera in aerial photography, also investigating the efficiency of thermal imaging of objects with different emissions and the possibility of using thermal imaging in medical applications.