radiation intensity


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radiation intensity

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən in‚ten·səd·ē]
(electromagnetism)
The power radiated from an antenna per unit solid angle in a given direction.
(nucleonics)
The quantity of radiant energy passing perpendicularly through a specified location of unit area in unit time; reported as a number of particles or photons per square centimeter per second, or in energy units such as ergs per square centimeter per second.
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This assumption enabled satisfying simultaneously boundary conditions both for total energy flux q and for radiation intensity and to simplify the computational procedure.
Thirdly, the radiation intensity of aircraft skin [I.sub.s] is calculated:
Gain: Gain is the ratio of radiating energy in a given direction to radiation intensity of isotropic radiating antenna directions (Constantine and Balanis, 2012).
Provision was made in the dryer so that both the infrared radiation intensity and the air temperature could be varied by regulating the voltage through a power regulator.
Its radiation intensity is the corresponding brightness temperature, and its phase shift is unique.
[I.sub.v o] Radiation Intensity leaving a boundary;
For the dipole antenna, the radiation intensity can be written as
In view of its being an internationally recognized center for photoclimatherapy, it is of interest to study both its ultraviolet radiation intensity and attenuation as a function of wavelength relative to other sites.
Furthermore 1-PS accumulated in all tested mistletoe organs with increasing radiation intensity at cold temperatures.
Because exposure time for microorganisms growing on a surface is very long, radiation intensity can be much lower for surface treatment applications than for fly-by air disinfection applications.
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