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# Radiation Heat Transfer

## Abstract

In this chapter, heat transfer *by* radiation in porous media is examined. The medium may be treated either as a single *continuum* or as a *collection of particles* (i.e., *scatterers*). In the *particle-based* analysis, the interaction of radiation with a collection of elements of the solid matrix (e.g., particles in a packed bed) is considered. On the other hand, the continuum treatment attempts to obtain the *effective radiative properties* of the *medium* by using the element-based interaction along with a local volume-averaging procedure. This volume averaging is greatly simplified if it is assumed that the *interaction* of a particle with radiation is *not* affected by the presence of neighboring particles [i.e., the scattering (or absorption) is *independent*]. In case the assumption of independent scattering fails, the volume averaging must include *dependent* effects.

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