Food irradiation is a process in which foods are exposed to radiant energy
, including gamma rays, electron beams, and x-rays.
Frierson and his co-authors first used detailed measurements from NASA's Clouds and Earth's Radiant Energy
System, or CERES, satellites to show that sunlight actually provides more heat to the Southern Hemisphere - and so, by atmospheric radiation alone, the Southern Hemisphere should be the soggier one.
If glare is found, the tool calculates the retinal irradiance (flux of radiant energy
on the retina) and subtended angle of the glare source (size of glare source divided by distance to the eye) to predict potential ocular hazards ranging from temporary after-image to retinal burn.
Systems is headquartered in Hawthorne, New Jersey.
Bolometry, the measurement of minute amounts of radiant energy
, is a key application for this highly sensitive photodiode.
Put blinds over the windows to reduce radiant energy
The primary source of surface heat is radiant energy
from the sun.
Food is placed in wire trays that travel down a conveyor belt with radiant energy
elements on either side.
It is incorrect to state that radiant energy
and Tesla technology cannot power a whole house after witnessing working units presently being used around the world, and on display in the Tesla museum.
of Pennsylvania) offer 19 hands-on classroom activities for students and 11 background readings for teachers that focus on the Earth's atmosphere, its gases and particulates, and impacts on weather; making clouds and hail; interpreting weather maps; the development of wind, radiant energy
, and the hydrologic cycle; charting the course of a hurricane; and investigating the causes of smog, ozone depletion, and acid rain.
Fire Sentry's smart electro-optical radiant energy
multi-spectrum and multi-spectral flame detectors and associated products greatly reduce false alarms thanks to its innovative use of patented algorithms.
ThermiPaq hot and cold pads and ThermiBeads moist heat pads store radiant energy
and then release it slowly and evenly to the area being treated.