incandescence


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incandescence

Emission of visible radiation by thermal excitation (CIE). See incandescent electric lamp; lumi-nescence.
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The growth of soot volume and aggregate size was studied in 1D premixed fuel-rich ethylene/air flames for various equivalence ratios and a range of temperatures using laser-induced incandescence and angle-dependent light scattering to measure the soot volume fraction and radius of gyration, respectively.
The intensity and spatial distribution of the saturating emission is characteristic of soot incandescence. The gradient in image intensity at the edge of regions of image saturation is sharp, which is characteristic of soot.
Chapter Two, "Incandesence: Attention and Illumination," takes its central term from Woolf's judgment of William Shakespeare in A Room of One's Own (1929) and attempts to recuperate it as "situated incandescence" (31).
ISL-Q will see the visual arts students of Grade 12 Diploma Programme hosting their exhibition 'Incandescence' at 5pm on Wednesday.
From his opening downbeat, the energy, commitment and incandescence of his reading were not only overpowering, but also elevated all in the pit and on stage to a level of achievement rarely encountered here.
She called on all the stakeholders to act now as recurrence of disasters is alarming due to incandescence's of heat waves, melting glaciers, floods, droughts and the intensity of windstorm.
I still love the smell of cordite, the incandescence of burning magnesium, the whoosh and crack of the big rockets, and even the simple yet mesmerising enjoyment of writing one's name in the air with a Sparkler.
Kitsinelis presents students, academics, and professionals working in a wide variety of contexts with the second edition of his comprehensive overview of contemporary lighting technologies such as semiconductor light-emitting diodes, electrical incandescence, and electrical gas discharges.
But that was till they realised the incandescence of winning work lights up the brand and its market.
Most notably, she is able to achieve a nearly subliminal incandescence through a medieval method of applying gold leaf to the canvas before painting.
Incandescence will be performing an Abba tribute and there will be a "Sound of Music" and "Mary Poppins" sing-along.
Swan deduced that the issue could be solved by a lamp that worked not on the well-used arc principle, but by the use of "incandescence in vacuo of a thin continuous carbon conductor of high specific resistance".