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Thermal Radiation Phenomena

Volume 1: Radiative Properties of Air. Volume 2: Excitation and Non-Equilibrium Phenomena in Air

  • Rolf K. M. Landshoff
  • John L. Magee

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxii
  2. Rolf K. M. Landshoff, John L. Magee
    Pages 1-71
  3. Rolf K. M. Landshoff, John L. Magee
    Pages 73-648
  4. J. L. Magee, R. K. Landshoff, D. H. Holland
    Pages 649-658
  5. R. K. Landshoff, J. L. Magee, M. Scheibe
    Pages 710-757
  6. R. K. Landshoff
    Pages 758-777
  7. R. K. Landshoff
    Pages 778-790
  8. J. L. Magee, M. Scheibe, H. Aroeste
    Pages 791-822
  9. M. Scheibe, J. L. Magee
    Pages 823-842
  10. D. H. Holland
    Pages 843-880
  11. A. E. Kingston
    Pages 881-911
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 930-936

About this book

Introduction

This volume is part of a comprehensive review of the thermal radiative properties of air by the Lockheed Palo Alto Research Laboratory for the Defense Atomic Support Agency. The review was published as DASA 1917 (Unclassified) in four parts, April, 1967. Most of this material is now being offered in new editions by Plenum Press. The authors and editors hope that it will be more widely available to scientists and engineers who work in the various fields which require the use of high temperature air properties. F. R. Gilmore and A. Hochstim have revised and increased the material presented in DASA 1917-1 in "Equilibrium Thermodynamic Properties of Air" . The present editors have prepared an introduction for the tables presented in DASA 1917-3 so that "Tables of Radiative Properties of Air" offered herewith is essentially self-contained. A few more figures have been added and a number of errors have been corrected. We have also prepared a slightly revised edition of DASA 1917-4, "Excitation and Non-E"quilibrium Phenomena inAir," offered by Plenum Press at this time as a companion volume. DASA 1917-2, "The Radiative Properties of Heated Air" by B. H. Armstrong and R. W. Nicholls is not being offered in a new edition at this time.

Keywords

fields molecule particles temperature

Editors and affiliations

  • Rolf K. M. Landshoff
    • 1
  • John L. Magee
    • 2
  1. 1.Lockheed Palo Alto Research LaboratoryPalo AltoUSA
  2. 2.Department of ChemistryUniversity of Notre DameNotre DameUSA

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