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This radiation is the energy transferred by electromagnetic waves caused by the molecular motion of atoms that characterizes temperature. A continuous spectrum of wavelengths makes up the thermal radiation emitted from an ideal material, called a black body, which absorbs all incident radiation. " The emissivity of the surface of a gray body is then the effectiveness with which radiation is emitted. 51 Performance Coatings for Energy Efficiency Figure 1. Spectral distribution of monochromatic emissive powers for an ideal radiator or black body at various temperatures Figure 1 shows the spectral distribution of an ideal radiator over a range of temperatures.
Figure 4. Commercially-produced AquaRealEase range4 A typical cleanability result for AquaRealEase® is shown in Figure 5. The cleanability has been assessed by the European FAN (Facile á Nettoyer, literally Easy-to-Clean) test. First, five steel rings are glued to the coating surface. Second, salted whole milk, gravy, lemon juice, egg yolk, and ketchup are placed in each ring. Third, the test panel was baked at 482°F (250°C) for 30 Advances in Porcelain Enamel Technology · 55 Performance Coatings for Energy Efficiency minutes.
Spectral distribution of monochromatic emissive powers for an ideal radiator or black body at various temperatures Figure 1 shows the spectral distribution of an ideal radiator over a range of temperatures. The amount of emitted radiation increases with temperature. 1 For opaque materials, τ = 0, so a +p= 1 The phenomena of absorbtivity, reflectivity, and transmissivity are shown schematically in Figure 2. The two types of reflection are regular (or specular) or diffuse. When regular reflection occurs, the angle of incidence equals the angle of reflection.