Radiative Heat Transfer in Two-Phase Media is devoted to discussing and further developing the radiative heat transfer theory. It provides thorough coverage of studies of physical processes in emitting two-phase media as applied to combustion chambers of heat power plants. Numerical methods are developed, and a number of reliable approximate solutions to radiative heat transfer problems are proposed. Widely accepted thermophysical concepts, such as effective temperature, effective emissivity of heat carriers, and thermal efficiency of screens, are covered in detail. The book also provides programs for computing spectroscopic characteristics of emitting two-phase media, which are useful for solving complex radiative heat transfer problems. Radiative Heat Transfer in Two-Phase Media is an important book for the library of any heat transfer specialist.
Methods of Solving the Radiative Transfer Equation for Two-Phase Media. Calculation of Radiative Properties of a Slab Bounded by Emitting and Reflecting Surfaces. Radiative Heat Transfer in a Nonisothermal Two-Phase Slab. Contribution of Multiple Scattering to Radiative Transfer Through Slab Media Bounded by Reflecting and Emitting Surfaces. Radiative Heat Transfer in Cylindrical Combustion Chambers of Steam Boiler Furnances. Conclusion. Appendices.