Raw data for: Rhinarium cooling and sensitivity to thermal radiation in domestic dogs

Ronald Kröger, Chelsey Luce & Dennis Kröger
The rhinarium of a dog seems to be cold for sensitivity to weak thermal radiation, such as body heat radiation. However, according to De Cock Buning [1], the temperature of the sensor should not matter for the detection of radiating heat. We investigated the relevance of detector temperature for the amount of transferred thermal energy and the contrast in the thermal image by computer modelling, which showed that the detector has to be colder than...
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