We obtain a criterion for the applicability of the Curtis-Godson approximation. Using this approximation, we make calculations of the total heat fluxes for nonisothermal steam and carbon dioxide.
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Popov, Y.A. The curtis-godson approximation for calculating the radiation of a nonisothermal gas. Journal of Engineering Physics 32, 476–478 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00867044
- Total Heat
- Carbon Dioxide