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By Jose Ignacio Priego Quesada

ISBN-10: 331947409X

ISBN-13: 9783319474090

ISBN-10: 3319474103

ISBN-13: 9783319474106

This booklet addresses the appliance of infrared thermography in activities, analyzing the most advantages of this non-invasive, non-radiating and inexpensive method. facets coated contain the detection of accidents in activities drugs, the review of activities functionality as a result of present hyperlink among actual health and thermoregulation and the research of warmth move for activities clothing and activities gear. even if infrared thermography is commonly thought of to be a quick and easy-to-use device, the power to convey exact and repeatable measurements is a crucial attention. additionally, it is very important be conversant in the newest activities stories released in this strategy to comprehend its capability and obstacles. for this reason, this booklet establishes a necessary hyperlink among laboratory checks and the activities box.

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Priego Quesada et al. differences in the parameters evaluated, they commented that the tendency of the data supported the previous idea. Finally, in the most recent research of the present discussion, Formenti and colleagues analyzed the skin temperature response to two types of resistance exercises, modulating the amount of skin blood flow [45]. The rationale of this study was that low intensity resistance training with slow movement and tonic force generation has been shown to create blood flow restriction within muscles and therefore may affect skin blood flow and skin temperature response.

The present chapter will present the basic physical knowledge of infrared thermography, heat transference and thermoregulation. Because this book is not oriented towards physical scientists, all aspects will be discussed in a simple way in order to provide scientists in sports science the minimum knowledge necessary for its study. In order to study the physical aspects in more detail, it is therefore recommended to use other sources. Likewise, in this chapter, thermoregulatory aspects will be displayed briefly; in the following chapters, it will be explained in more detail and applied to the different topics.

In the sports world, it is of interest to consider clothing insulation because it can promote or reduce convective heat loss. Radiation: heat transferred by the body by emission of electromagnetic radiation. 16 °C) emit electromagnetic radiation according to the Stefan-Boltzmann law (see Sect. 4), which indicates that the energy radiated is proportional to the fourth power of its temperature. Furthermore, objects absorb electromagnetic energy emitted by the environment. Since the emission of energy implies a decrease in internal energy and thus the temperature of the object, if the object maintains a constant temperature (thermal equilibrium), it is because the energy emitted is compensated by the energy absorbed, but if a body is at a higher or lower temperature than the environment, the net radiative heat transfer is the difference between the absorbed and the emitted radiation.

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