terrestrial radiation


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terrestrial radiation

n.
Long-wave electromagnetic radiation originating from Earth and its atmosphere.
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Therefore, in this study, the second and third thermal boundary conditions including solar radiation, terrestrial radiation, wind velocity, and air temperature were adopted in the model.
A number of factors affect the terrestrial radiation exposure such as the concentration of radionuclides in soil.
First, the radiation in the soil and rocks called primordial or terrestrial radiation. Then there is radiation that comes from space, called cosmic or cosmogenic radiation.
This volume describes terrestrial radiation fields and their effects on ULSI (ultra large scale integration) devices in electronic systems at the ground level.
Stassinopoulos, "Space, atmospheric, and terrestrial radiation environments," IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, vol.
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