Earrtum: Directional Reflectance and Emissivity of an Opaque Surface. Authors: Nicodemus, Fred E. Publication: Applied Optics, vol. 5, issue 5, p. DIRECTIONAL REFLECTANCE AND EMISSIVITY OF AN OPAQUE SURFACE [ Fred E. Nicodemus] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. DTIC AD DIRECTIONAL REFLECTANCE AND EMISSIVITY OF AN OPAQUE SURFACE. by Defense Technical Information Center.
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Earrtum: Directional Reflectance and Emissivity of an Opaque Surface
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DTIC AD0463473: DIRECTIONAL REFLECTANCE AND EMISSIVITY OF AN OPAQUE SURFACE
You do not have subscription access to this journal. Incoherent radiative properties virectional an opaque body E. Concepts, terminology, and symbols are presented for specifying and relating directional variations in reflectance and emissivity of an opaque surface element.
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Applied OpticsVol. Figures 1 You do not have subscription access to this journal. It is shown that, when the usual reciprocity relationship holds, the reflectance for a ray incident on an opaque surface element is related by Kirchhoff’s law to the emissivity of that element for a ray emitted along the same line in the opposite sense.
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Their relationship to more familiar concepts, including those of perfectly diffuse and specular reflectance, is given, and they are applied to illustrative examples. Metrics You do not have subscription access to this journal.