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Spectral Emissivity Calculations by the Statistical Model Applied to the 4.3-μ Bands of CO2 at High Temperatures

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Abstract

The statistical band model is used to compute the spectral emissivity in the 4.3-μ CO2 band as a function of the experimental parameters: pressure, optical path, and temperature. A simplified analysis for predicting emissivities is presented for temperatures from 1200°K to 2100°K. The results obtained are in good agreement with both experimental measurements and theoretical calculations.

© 1967 Optical Society of America

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