The Monte Carlo method is used to compute the reflection and transmission coefficients of a herringbone cavity on the basis of a homogeneous specular-diffuse model of surface reflection.
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Skovorodkin, A.I. Influence of specular reflection component of surfaces on the radiation characteristics of a herringbone cavity. Journal of Engineering Physics 37, 859–863 (1979). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00861325
- Statistical Physic
- Monte Carlo Method
- Transmission Coefficient