thermal radiation

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thermal radiation

1. The heat and light produced by a nuclear explosion.
2. (DOD only) Electromagnetic radiations emitted from a heat or light source as a consequence of its temperature; it consists essentially of ultraviolet, visible, and infrared radiations.
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Heat radiation to its surroundings is significantly reduced as a result, avoiding overheating and offering more pleasant warmth to the living room.
CIRS acts as a remote-sensing thermometer and as a chemical probe, picking out the heat radiation emitted by individual gases in an atmosphere," said F.
His topics include seismic waves and evidence of Earth's interior structure, tectonic plate theory, climate and heat radiation, energy-balance equations and the greenhouse effect, energy production and consumption, and source rocks and seismology.
So I used heat radiation detector and light ray sensor if sensor detect fire it warn users.
For this reason, we chose to ignore the heat radiation (heat losses) in the part of the models that are known to operate under relatively low temperatures (< 100[degrees]C).
NEC has achieved the creation of a power-saving and compact-size AAS by leveraging circuit design technologies such as component mounting and heat radiation, which it has accumulated over the years through the development of microwave communication systems on high frequency bands.
Generally speaking, heat radiation for porous media is more important at high temperatures.
The researchers used projections for the wetbulb globe temperature, a measurement that combines temperature, humidity, heat radiation and wind, to determine the viability of potential host cities.
According to the principle of the conservation of energy the energy of heat radiation is thereby changed into other forms of energy (heat, chemical energy).
However, the shorter mold-open time also means less heat radiation from the mold face, so the mold remains hotter when the next shot is injected.
Before placing roofing sheets, aluminum foil faced glass wool insulation is laid to eliminate roof heat radiation.
But natheless, it can only be used to describe the attraction between objects, and not the repulsion caused by light and heat radiation of celestial objects, therefore it cannot be used to solve the issues of mutual repulsion and departure between celestial objects.