By Palmer, James M.; Grant, Barbara G.
This article covers issues in radiation propagation, radiometric resources, optical fabrics, detectors of optical radiation, radiometric measurements, and calibration. Radiometry varieties the sensible foundation of many present purposes in aerospace engineering, infrared structures engineering, distant sensing platforms, monitors, noticeable and ultraviolet sensors, infrared detectors of optical radiation, and plenty of different components. whereas numerous texts separately hide issues in particular components, this article brings the underlying ideas jointly in a fashion compatible for either school room educating and a reference quantity that the practising engineer can use.
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1 Radiance The study of radiometry begins with fundamental units. Radiant energy has the symbol Q and has as its unit the joule (J). Radiant power, also known as radiant flux, is energy per unit time (dQ/dt), has the symbol Φ, and is measured in watts (W). These definitions give no indication of the spatial distribution of power in terms of area or direction. Radiance is the elemental quantity of radiometry, power per unit area, and per unit projected solid angle. It is a directional quantity; it can come from many points on a surface that is either real or virtual; and because it is a field quantity, it can exist anywhere.
6 Near extended source A near extended source such as the one shown in Fig. 38 may be found in the laboratory. It provides a nice way to calibrate a radiometer, because: (1) If the image of the extended source overfills the field of view of the detector with area Ad, the distance d is unimportant; (2) If the source is Lambertian, the angle between source and optical axis is unimportant; and (3) If the detector or radiometer with area Ad is not placed exactly at the focal distance f, it doesn’t matter.
Surprisingly, polished metal surfaces, which are highly polarized in emission at angles away from normal, are Lambertian out to 50 deg or so when the total radiation is taken into account. , do not lend themselves to the Lambertian approximation. It is common practice to utilize the Lambertian approximation, but make sure to test the assumption with measurement whenever possible, and to keep track of its effect on radiometric calculations. 4 Cosine4 law The cosine4 law of irradiance is similar to the cosine3 law, except that a small Lambertian source with radiance L replaces the isotropic point source.
Art of Radiometry by Palmer, James M.; Grant, Barbara G.