Radiative Characteristics of Cryodeposits for Room Temperature Black Body Radiation
Problems associated with the presence of condensed gases on low-temperature surfaces recently have begun to receive attention. The presence of soiid gas films could significantly change the radiative characteristics of the surface, thereby affecting the performance of a space simulator, for example, or increasing the refrigeration load on a low temperature device. In addition, in any attempt to measure the low-temperature properties of a surface the possibility of the presence of a condensed gas film would have to be considered.
KeywordsTest Section Radiative Characteristic Deposit Thickness Nickel Substrate Effective Absorptance
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