Transmissivity


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transmissivity

[‚tranz·mə′siv·əd·ē]
(electromagnetism)
The ratio of the transmitted radiation to the radiation arriving perpendicular to the boundary between two mediums.
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Transmissivity

The fraction of light that passes through the interior of a glass pane at normal incidence in one traversal. This does not consider light lost to reflection by the front or back surface, or multiple internal reflections.
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transmissivity

The capacity of a material to transmit radiant energy.
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Where: T: rate of transmissivity (%); Rn: solar radiation incident within the undestory (W [m.sup.-2]); Rt: solar radiation incident above the canopy of trees (W [m.sup.-2]).
The SR transmissivity varies as a function time use of plastic, changing the energy balance within the environments.
The blocking ability can be characterized by the transmissivity of the chromium spot ([[tau].sub.Spot]).
from -5[degrees] to -1[degrees]) implies an increase in transmissivity or permeability (Hsieh et al., 1987; Elkhoury et al., 2006).
(3) For all tested cases, with the increase of time, transmissivity [T.sub.f] of fracture increases before approaches a stable value.
Caption: FIGURE 9: Sensitivity analysis with respect to transmissivity.
[14] that under certain conditions, the transmissivity of UV light due to liquid droplet scattering and absorption can be assumed to be almost identical to the transmissivity of visible light wavelength ([[lambda].sub.V]) due to liquid droplet scattering.
SFT2 improves the aperture ratio via a newly developed pixel structure, resulting in both high-density and excellent optical performance, yielding wide viewing angles, wide color gamut, and high transmissivity, while keeping power consumption low.
Using a FluoView FV1000 confocal microscope (Olympus, Tokyo, Japan), DAPI and FITC fluorescence were excited (Ex: 405 nm and 488 nm) and detected (Em: 461 nm and 519 nm) with 2.1% laser transmissivity and 5.0% laser transmissivity, respectively.
Nomenclature: Symbols Description Units A Area [m.sup.2] [C.sub.p] Specific heat J/Kg.K g Gravitational acceleration m/[s.sup.2] H Chimney height m I Solar radiation W/[m.sup.2] K Temperature K P Power W P Pressure pa Q Heat transfer W q Heat gain W/[m.sup.2] R Radius m V Velocity m/s Creak Symbols Description Unit [alpha] Absorptivity [tau] Transmissivity [DELTA] Difference [rho] Density Kg/[m.sup.3] [eta] Efficiency Subscripts Description a Ambient c Convection ch Chimney coll Collector f Airflow under collector g Ground g Generator R Radiation s Sky t Turbine u Useful REFERENCES
The transmissivity rates average close to 53,500 square feet per day (Andreasen, Staley, & Achmad, 2013).