radiation laws

radiation laws

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ‚lȯz]
(physics)
The four physical laws which, together, fundamentally describe the behavior of blackbody radiation, Kirchhoff's law, Planck's law, Stefan-Boltzmann law, and Wien's law.
All of the more inclusive assemblage of empirical and theoretical laws describing all manifestations of radiative phenomena.
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will cover source properties, blackbody radiation laws and approximations, and properties of optical materials including transmission, reflection, absorption, and emission.
The theory of infrared thermography is based on three well-known radiation laws [2,6]:
The Planck radiation law describes the specific spectral radiation M emanating from the idealized black body: