Experimental Study and Theoretical Modeling of Spectral Radiative Properties of Dispersed Materials
Leading to: A basis of experimental characterization and identification procedure, Spectral radiative properties of some important materials: Experimental data and theoretical models, Highly porous isotropic and anisotropic fibrous materials, Paint coatings containing hollow glass microspheres, Low-porosity ceramics for thermal barrier coatings, Silica-based nanoporous composite materials
Thermal radiation is an important mode of energy transfer in many engineering systems. A wide variety of these systems involve semi-transparent media. Some examples of these materials include fluidized and packed beds, combustors, catalytic reactors, surf ...
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