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Radiation heat transfer in combustion systems
Abstract An adequate treatment of thermal radiation heat transfer is essential to a mathematical model of the combustion process or to a design of a combustion system. This paper reviews theExpand
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Solution of near-field thermal radiation in one-dimensional layered media using dyadic Green's functions and the scattering matrix method
Abstract A general algorithm is introduced for the analysis of near-field radiative heat transfer in one-dimensional multi-layered structures. The method is based on the solution of dyadic Green'sExpand
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Spectral tuning of near-field radiative heat flux between two thin silicon carbide films
Spectral distributions of radiative heat flux between two thin silicon carbide films separated by sub-wavelength distances in vacuum are analysed. An analytical expression for the near-field fluxExpand
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Derivatives of scattering profiles: tools for nanoparticle characterization.
This paper presents a new approach to characterize nanoparticles using derivatives of scattering profiles of evanescent waves/surface plasmons. We start the procedure using the scattering profilesExpand
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Growth kinetics of MWCNTs synthesized by a continuous-feed CVD method
Abstract Unlike two-step chemical vapor deposition (CVD) methods using pre-deposited catalyst particles, in a continuous-feed CVD process, the liquid feed (consisting of catalytic precursor andExpand
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Surface waves and atomic force microscope probe-particle near-field coupling: discrete dipole approximation with surface interaction.
Evanescent waves on a surface form due to the collective motion of charges within the medium. They do not carry any energy away from the surface and decay exponentially as a function of the distance.Expand
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Scattering matrix elements of fractal-like soot agglomerates.
The possibility of measuring scattering-matrix (Mueller matrix) elements of soot agglomerates with laser diagnostic techniques is explored. To show this, we calculated the scattering-matrix elementsExpand
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Solution of the inverse radiation problem for inhomogeneous and anisotropically scattering media using a Monte Carlo technique
An analysis is presented for the solution of the inverse radiation problem using a Monte Carlo technique. For inhomogeneous planar media, the profile of the single scattering albedo is obtained fromExpand
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Compendium of scattering matrix element profiles for soot agglomerates
Abstract Identification of size and structures of soot agglomerates within dynamic flame environment is possible only via nonintrusive laser diagnostics. Elliptically polarized light scattering isExpand
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