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Development of a tool for remote detection of fungi and algae on electrical insulators using laser induced fluorescence combined with principal component analysis

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8 Author(s)
Bengtsson, M. ; Atomic Phys. Div., Lund Inst. of Technol., Sweden ; Wallstrom, S. ; Gronlund, R. ; Anderson, B.
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In this study a combination of laser induced fluorescence (LIF) and principal component analysis (PCA) is used in an attempt to develop a method to detect fungal growth on silicone rubber. Field experiments on aged insulators have been carried out to test whether LIF combined with PCA can give useful information about the fungal growth.

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Lasers and Electro-Optics Europe, 2005. CLEO/Europe. 2005 Conference on

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12-17 June 2005