It was studied the variation of transmittance, sheet resistance and material occupancy area as a function of the angular frequency.
As we have explained, more transmittance implies lower electrical conductivity (or higher sheet resistance) and vice versa, so the goal is to get the best initial fabrication conditions which allows us find a good equilibrium point between the properties.
where I is image intensity, J is actual scene intensity, A is atmosphere light intensity, x is the pixel of digital image, and t is transmittance describing the proportion of the light that is reflected from an object and transmitted directly to camera without scattering.
Based on DCP, the transmittance of each pixel can be calculated.
Four transmittance values for roller shades: 1%, 3%, 5% and 7% (shade absorptance 20%).
Basic results are presented as comparative graphs in the sections below, showing the impact of location, WWR, glass transmittance, shading transmittance and orientation.
Spectral reflectance and transmittance of light in snow and ice
Manual measurements of spectral irradiance above and below ice with Ramses ACC-VIS provided spectral transmittance (Fig.
2] * K) (EN ISO 6946:1997); E--the radiative thermal transmittance
between surfaces, calculated by the formula (2):
Calculations for the transmittances
and back reflectances corresponded within 0.
With knowledge of the internal reflectance, the transmittance
and reflectance of a free standing film are then simulated with film thickness and extinction coefficient.
The basis of calculation and reporting of thermal transmittances
is established by three categories of thermal anomalies as summarized below and presented in Figure 1.