THERMAL PROBES FOR MEASURING THE DENSITY OF HEAT FLOWS,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The object of the invention is a thermal probe for measuring the density of heat fluxes which contains a heat receptive surface and a sensitive element with thermocouples. The sensitive element is designed in the form of a ring with the circuit of thermocouples wound on it. For the purpose of measuring the degree of blackness of a radiating surface the heat-receptive surface is designed in the form of a hollow chamber. A limiter of the angle of vision is provided for changing the amount of the radiating surface.