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radiate

1. (of a capitulum) consisting of ray florets
2. (of animals or their parts) showing radial symmetry
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radio frequency (RF) based wireless charging (or radiative wireless charging) and coupling based wireless charging.
Implementing innovative solutions such as photonic radiative cooling in the Middle East is one of the best ways to passively create a cooler environment, and it's something the industry should start implementing as soon as possible.
That's about four times faster than the radiative zone above it, and four to five times faster than the surface.
The radiative component is linked to ACRE-induced changes in the flux of longwave radiation into the lower stratosphere.
The total heat flux of the panel is the sum of convective qc and radiative qr heat fluxes.
The forward model was described by the diffusion equation (DE) governing boundary value problems; the solution was obtained by radiative transfer equation (RTE) and finite element method (FEM).
The idea is to mimic a natural, if bizarre, phenomenon called radiative cooling.
The effects of temperature and radiation fluctuations can increase the radiative fluxes up to 2-3 times based on the mean properties [11, 15].
Diffuse optical tomography (DOT) consists in reconstructing the spatial radiative property distributions of an optically thick participating (absorbing and scattering) medium, D, from optical measurements collected at the border of D [1-3].
A good article to draw attention to is " Greenhouse Effect and the IR Radiative Structure of the Earth's Atmosphere" by Ferenc Miskolczi in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (2010).
The research team calls this system "photonic radiative cooling" as it emits infrared heat from inside the building while reflecting sunlight that warms the structure at the same time.