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1st ed 
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1 online resource (258 pages) 

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computer c rdamedia 

online resource cr rdacarrier 
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Ane/Athena Bks 

Ane/Athena Bks

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Cover  Title Page  Copyright  Contents  Preface  1 Introduction  1.1 Importance of thermal radiation  1.2 Nature of radiation  2 Black body and its characteristics  2.1 Key attributes of a black body  2.2 Solid angle  dw  2.3 Spectral or monochromatic radiation intensity, Iλ,e  2.4 Spectral hemispherical emissive power  2.5 Radiation pressure  2.6 Relationship between the intensity, I and temperature, T  2.7 Planck's distribution  2.8 The Rayleigh Jeans distribution  2.9 Planck's distribution  salient features  PROBLEMS  3 Radiative properties of nonblack surfaces  3.1 Why do we need a gray body model?  3.2 Spectral directional emissivity, e'λ(λ,T,θ,ø)  3.3 Hemispherical spectral emissivity, eλ(λ, T)  3.4 Directional total emissivity, e'(T, θ, ø)  3.5 Hemispherical total emissivity, e(T)  3.6 Absorptivity, α  3.7 Spectral directional absorptivity, α'λ  3.8 Hemispherical spectral absorptivity, αλ(λ,TA)  3.9 Directional total absorptivity, α(TA,θ,ø)  3.10 Hemispherical total absorptivity, α(TA)  3.11 Reflectivity, ρ  3.12 Transmissivity, τ  3.13 Spectral transmissivity τλ(λ,t)  3.14 Optical pyrometry  PROBLEMS  4 Radiation heat transfer between surfaces  4.1 Enclosure theory  4.2 View factor  4.3 View factor algebra  4.4 View factors from direct integration  4.5 Enclosure analysis  PROBLEMS  5 Radiation in participating media  5.1 Principal difficulties in studying gas radiation  5.2 Important properties for study of gas radiation  5.3 Equation of transfer or Radiative transfer equation (RTE)  5.4 Solution for the straight path  5.5 Heat fluxes  PROBLEMS  6 Introduction to atmospheric radiation  6.1 Introduction  6.2 Electromagnetic spectrum  6.3 Black body radiation  6.4 Radiative transfer equation for a plane parallel atmosphere 

6.5 Radiative transfer equation (RTE} for an absorbing and emitting atmosphere  6.6 Infrared remote sensing  PROBLEMS  7 Inverse problems in radiation  7.1 Introduction  7.2 Least squares minimization for parameter estimation  7.3 The Bayesian method for inverse problems  PROBLEMS  Bibliography  Index 

Essentials of Radiation Heat Transfer presents the essential, fundamental information required to gain an understanding of radiation heat transfer and equips the reader with enough knowledge to be able to tackle more challenging problems. All concepts are reinforced by carefully chosen and fully worked examples, and exercise problems are provided at the end of every chapter 

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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries 
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Print version: Balaji, C. Essentials of Radiation Heat Transfer
New York : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2014 9781118908310

Subject 
Heat  Radiation and absorption.;Heat  Transmission.;Heat engineering


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