Chapter 11 Fundamentals of Thermal Radiation 11-81 A hole is drilled in a spherical cavity. The maximum rate of radiation energy streaming through the hole is to be determined. AnalysisThe maximum rate of radiation energy streaming through the hole is the blackbody radiation, and it can be determined from W0.144=×π=σ=−442824K)600)(K.W/m1067.5(m)0025.0(TAEThe result would not change for a different diameter of the cavity. 11-82 The variation of absorptivity of a surface with wavelength is given. The average absorptivity of the surface is to be determined for two source temperatures. Analysis(a) T= 1000 K. The average absorptivity of the surface can be determined from )1(+)(+++)(21212211321-3-2-01λλλλ∞λλλλ−α−αα=ααα=αfffffffTwhere are blackbody radiation functions corresponding to
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