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Reflected apparent temperature
Short Guide: Thermal Imaging in the Historic Environment, published, on 1 March 2015 by Historic Environment Scotland, defines reflected apparent temperature (Tref or Tamb) as: ‘The mean apparent infrared temperature in the vicinity of an object resulting from infrared emissions from nearby objects and from the sky. Used to make corrections for infrared reflections.’
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