radiant flux density

radiant flux density

[′rād·ē·ənt ¦fləks ′den·səd·ē]
(electromagnetism)
The amount of radiant power per unit area that flows across or onto a surface. Also known as irradiance.
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The structure of a canopy culture is important because it modulates the surrounding microenvironment, including the radiant flux density, temperature of the air and soil and also vapor pressure of the air, temperature of the leaves, accumulation of heat in the soil and wind speed (NOBEL et al.
Working together with the Luftwaffe Institute of Aviation Medicine, Cassidian has carried out a medicinal study and shown that the dazzle effect falls below the radiant flux density which is permissible for eyes.