The ratio of absorbed to incident radiation B/W Bandwidth
The ratio of the radiant flux absorbed by an object to that incident upon it.
In radiation transfer, the fraction of incoming radiation that is absorbed by a medium. The sum of this, the transmittance, and the reflectance must equal unity.
The ratio of the radiation absorbed by a surface to the total energy falling on that surface described as a percentage.
ratio of absorbed to incident radiation on a surface (a.k.a. absorption factor) [--] Absorptions- grad
The fraction of the infrared energy entering a target that is absorbed by the target. See Conservation of Energy.
a measure of the rate of decrease in the intensity of electromagnetic radiation (as light) as it passes through a given substance; the fraction of incident radiant energy absorbed per unit mass or thickness of an absorber; "absorptance equals 1 minus transmittance"
The ratio of solar energy absorbed by a surface to the solar energy striking it.
Absorptance is the ratio of absorbed to incident radiation.
The fraction of incident radiation that is absorbed.
Ratio of the absorbed radiant or luminous flux to the incident flux. Learn more about Absorptance...
The ratio of radiant energy absorbed to total incident radiant energy in a glazing system.
The ratio of solar radiation versus total radiation absorbed by a glazing system.
The fractional quantity of available radiant energy absorbed by a material such as an atmospheric layer, cloud layer, surface, or particle.
The fraction of the incident light absorbed.
The ratio between the amount of energy absorbed and the total energy incident (irradiance), usually measured at a surface. The absorptance of a surface is equal to its emissivity.
The ratio of light absorbed by a material to incident light falling on it.