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Theories of Radiative Transfer

  • Georg Klein
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Part of the Springer Series in Optical Sciences book series (SSOS, volume 154)

Abstract

In this chapter, we ask the question as to how closer theoretical examinations could aid the calculation of the spectral values or rather color values which one would obtain experimentally. This is necessary in order to apply them to criteria such as strength of color, covering capacity, or most importantly to numerical recipe prediction. We will describe the optical radiative transfer in layers quantitatively with two different physical approaches: simple and multiple scattering. Although both formalisms achieve nearly the same results, for practical applications multiple scattering is preferred. In particular, for multiple scattering, the formalism is quite simpler, and the measurement geometry – which forms the basis of the experimental results – can be taken into account. In the following, we consider practical methods in order to obtain the interesting spectral and color values with a procedure as simply as possible.

Keywords

Phase Function Diffuse Flux Corner Point Transmission Function Radiative Transfer Equation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Georg Klein
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  1. 1.HerrenbergGermany

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