By Ivan Žaknić, Matthew Smith, Dolores B. Rice
100 of the World's Tallest structures is the identify of a gorgeous addition to photographs' diversity of architectural courses and a needs to for any dressmaker, architect or development engineer in pursuit of the tallest structures on the planet or an individual with an curiosity in skyscrapers.
Illustrated with appealing images, the booklet will spotlight a few of the world's tallest constructions in complete colour. a short synopsis of every venture and architect is given including certain fabric standards for every construction
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If it is a metal, it depends also on its degree of oxidation. Highly polished metals have low emittances, provided oxidation and surface imperfections are kept to a minimum. The absorptance of a surface depends on the same factors as the emittance and, strictly speaking, on 34 ALBERT G. H. DIETZ the distribution of wavelengths in the spectrum of incident radiation. If the character of the absorbing surface is such that its absorptance is independent of the distribution of incident wavelengths, it is called gray, and its absorptance and emittance are the same even though thermal equilibrium does not exist—that is, even though the temperatures of the radiator and the receiver are not the same.
H. DIETZ the distribution of wavelengths in the spectrum of incident radiation. If the character of the absorbing surface is such that its absorptance is independent of the distribution of incident wavelengths, it is called gray, and its absorptance and emittance are the same even though thermal equilibrium does not exist—that is, even though the temperatures of the radiator and the receiver are not the same. Evidently, if the difference in temperature between an emitting and an absorbing surface is small, gray body conditions can be assumed with little error.
Measurements have been made in connection with the MIT solar project to determine the transmittance of various glasses as functions of the angles of incidence. Some of the results of these measurements, correlated with calculated values for the same glasses (3), are shown in Fig. 11. Measurements were made utilizing natural sunlight. 6 1 1 I 1 CALC. 5 FIG. 11 Calculated curves of transmission versus angle of incidence, with experimental check points. 2 1 01 - — M Λ \V 1 t1 0 20 40 θτ ANGLE OF 60 80 90 INCIDENCE - 28 ALBERT G.