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Equation of Radiative Energy
"... The equation of radiative energy balance in homogeneous planeparallel cloud accounts for the photon transport in vertical direction alone. From this equation, we can evaluate absorption as a difference of the net radiative fluxes measured on the cloud top and bottom. Real clouds exhibit extreme hor ..."
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The equation of radiative energy balance in homogeneous planeparallel cloud accounts for the photon transport in vertical direction alone. From this equation, we can evaluate absorption as a difference of the net radiative fluxes measured on the cloud top and bottom. Real clouds exhibit extreme
Measurement of RF Radiation Energy Deposited on
"... Abstract — In this study, an evaluation of Radio Frequency (RF) energy emission deposited on human head tissue using dipole emitter whereby used farfield measurement system. A specific type of mannequin was placed vicinity to dipole emitter in order to measure Electromagnetic (EM) emission effects ..."
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of human head, radiation pattern and EM energy. Generally, assessment of Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) value is taken from numerical analysis and experimental measurement. This study evaluated RF emission energy including scattering and power absorption of Specific Anthropomorphic Mannequin (SAM
Radiative energy shifts of accelerated atoms
, 1995
"... We consider the influence of acceleration on the radiative energy shifts of atoms in Minkowski space. We study a twolevel atom coupled to a scalar quantum field. Using a Heisenberg picture approach, we are able to separate the contributions of vacuum fluctuations and radiation reaction to the Lamb ..."
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We consider the influence of acceleration on the radiative energy shifts of atoms in Minkowski space. We study a twolevel atom coupled to a scalar quantum field. Using a Heisenberg picture approach, we are able to separate the contributions of vacuum fluctuations and radiation reaction to the Lamb
Radiated Energy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
, 2012
"... The transfer of thermal energy by radiation is discussed in the context of the Earth's surface and its atmosphere. When considering what happens as the Sun is warming the surface each morning, it is noted that its radiation is being directed onto the land surfaces and some distance below the su ..."
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The transfer of thermal energy by radiation is discussed in the context of the Earth's surface and its atmosphere. When considering what happens as the Sun is warming the surface each morning, it is noted that its radiation is being directed onto the land surfaces and some distance below
On An Improvement Of The Planck Radiation Energy Distribution
 In: http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0603117 v3
, 2006
"... Copyright c○2006 The probability distribution function for thermodynamics and econophysics is obtained by solving an equilibrium equation. This approach is different from the common one of optimizing the entropy of the system or obtaining the state of maximum probability, which usually obtains as a ..."
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result the Boltzmann distribution. The Gamma distribution is proposed as a better equation to describe the blackbody radiation in substitution of Planck’s radiation equation. Also, a new form of entropy is proposed, that maintains the correct relation with the Clausius ’ formula.
Radiative energy transfer in compressible turbulence
"... This Letter investigates the compressible energy transfer process. We extend a methodology developed originally for incompressible turbulence and use databases from numerical simulations of a weak compressible turbulence based on EddyDampedQuasiNormalMarkovian (EDQNM) closure. In order to analyz ..."
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building block of the energy transfer process, the triadic interactions. This analysis leads us to conclude that, at low turbulent Mach number, the compressible energy transfer process is dominated by a local radiative transfer (absorption) in both inertial and energy containing ranges. The research
Jet quenching and radiative energy loss in dense nuclear matter
 Published in Quark Gluon Plasma 3, editors: R.C. Hwa and X.N. Wang, World Scientific
, 2003
"... We review recent finite opacity approaches (GLV, WW, WOGZ) to the computation of the induced gluon radiative energy loss and their application to the tomographic studies of the density evolution in ultrarelativistic nuclear collisions. ..."
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We review recent finite opacity approaches (GLV, WW, WOGZ) to the computation of the induced gluon radiative energy loss and their application to the tomographic studies of the density evolution in ultrarelativistic nuclear collisions.
Heavy Quark Radiative Energy Loss Applications to RHIC
, 2008
"... Heavy quark energy loss in a hot QCD plasma is computed taking into account the competing effects due to suppression of zeroth order gluon radiation bellow the plasma frequency and the enhancement of gluon radiation due to transition energy loss and medium induced Bremsstrahlung. Heavy quark medium ..."
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Heavy quark energy loss in a hot QCD plasma is computed taking into account the competing effects due to suppression of zeroth order gluon radiation bellow the plasma frequency and the enhancement of gluon radiation due to transition energy loss and medium induced Bremsstrahlung. Heavy quark medium
THE RADIATIVE ENERGY BALANCE USING SATELLITE DATA, REANALYSES AND MODELS
"... Monitoring present day changes in water vapour and the radiative energy balance using satellite data, reanalyses and models ABCDEFB ..."
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Monitoring present day changes in water vapour and the radiative energy balance using satellite data, reanalyses and models ABCDEFB
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