# 'Boltzmann law' presentation slideshows

## Solar Spectrum

Solar Spectrum. Bit of Administration …. c = 3 x 10 8 m/sec = 3 x 10 5 km/sec Reading BSNV pp. 153 - 168 . The Physics of Light. Doppler Shift. The Physics of Light. Doppler Shift Source moving toward observer or observer moving toward source

By astin
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## Evolution of Stars

Evolution of Stars. Evolution of protostars onto main sequence Gravitational contraction Luminosity versus temperature and radius Properties of stars “Vogt-Russell” theorem HR diagram Main sequence Reading: 20.4, 19.6, 21.1. HR diagram. Evolution of stars.

By mikhail
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## Lecture 27 — The Planck Distribution Chapter 8, Friday March 21 st

Lecture 27 — The Planck Distribution Chapter 8, Friday March 21 st. Quick review of exam 2 Black-body radiation Before Planck: Wien and Rayleigh-Jeans The ultraviolet catastrophe The Planck distribution. Reading: All of chapter 8 (pages 161 - 186)

By betty_james
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## Understanding the USEPA’s AERMOD Modeling System for Environmental Managers

Understanding the USEPA’s AERMOD Modeling System for Environmental Managers. Ashok Kumar University of Toledo akumar@utnet.utoledo.edu. Introduction. SOLUTION OF ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION PROBLEMS. Theoretical Approach Analytical Solution Numerical Solution

By marty
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## Understanding the USEPA’s AERMOD Modeling System for Environmental Managers

Understanding the USEPA’s AERMOD Modeling System for Environmental Managers. Ashok Kumar University of Toledo akumar@utnet.utoledo.edu. Introduction. SOLUTION OF ATMOSPHERIC DISPERSION PROBLEMS. Theoretical Approach Analytical Solution Numerical Solution

By daniel_millan
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## Chapter 5

Chapter 5. Electromagnetic Radiation (Light). Radiation is also known as. Light pure energy Electromagnetic Waves energy-carrying waves emitted by vibrating electrons Photons particles of light. What is light?. Light can act either like a wave or like a particle

By treva
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## DESY Summer Student 2010

DESY Summer Student 2010. Test of the Stefan-Boltzmann behavior for T>0 at tree-level of perturbation theory on the lattice. Carmen Ka Ki Li Imperial College london Supervised by Karl Jansen and Xu Feng John von Neumann-Institut für Computing 09.09.2010. Introduction.

By yamin
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Radiation: Overview. Radiation - Emission thermal radiation is the emission of electromagnetic waves when matter is at an absolute temperature greater than 0 K emission is due to the oscillations and transitions of the many electrons that comprise the matter

By veata
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## Solar Thermal Energy

Solar Thermal Energy. Prof. Keh -Chin Chang Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics National Cheng Kung University. Outline. Introduction to Heat Transfer Source of Solar Energy Applications of Solar Energy Introduction to Photovoltaic Solar Thermal Energy Systems

By selia
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## Units to cover before the 2nd exam:

Units to cover before the 2nd exam:. Units: 55, 57, 58, 59, 60: HR diagram and Star Formation . Solar activity reflected by the number of sunspots is believed to influence the climate on Earth as. A. when Sun has more sunspots it radiates less heat

By elita
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## Topic 8: Greenhouse Effect & Global Warming 8.5 & 8.6

Topic 8: Greenhouse Effect & Global Warming 8.5 & 8.6. Allen High School IB Physics SL Source: Chris Hamper Physics. Disclaimer. This section is the most political and opinionated for the whole year. Please focus on the tested material, not your opinion.

By chaela
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## Radiation and the Planetary Energy Balance

Radiation and the Planetary Energy Balance. Electromagnetic Radiation Solar radiation warms the planet Conversion of solar energy at the surface Absorption and emission by the atmosphere The greenhouse effect Planetary energy balance. Spectrum of the sun compared with that of the earth.

By step
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## PHYS 3313 – Section 001 Lecture #9

PHYS 3313 – Section 001 Lecture #9. Wednesday , Feb. 12, 2014 Dr. Jae hoon Yu. Determination of Electron Charge Line Spectra Blackbody Radiation. Announcements. Reminder: Homework #2 CH3 end of the chapter problems: 2, 19, 27, 36, 41, 47 and 57 Due Wednesday, Feb. 19

By jariah
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## Part 2: Stars

Part 2: Stars. Monday, February 10 Reading: Chapter 6 [Ed. 9, 10, 11, 12] The nature of light: How we use spectra to measure the properties of stars Wednesday, February 12 Reading: Chapters 8, 9.1, 9.5 or Orion Nebula Stars: distance, luminosity, mass, composition. Star formation.

By peigi
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## 14 MATTER: VERY HOT AND COLD Average energy per particle

14 MATTER: VERY HOT AND COLD Average energy per particle . Know how to compute average particle energy when temperature is known Describe processes such as boiling and evaporation in terms of energy exchange between particles. Temperatures everywhere…. Find the temperature:

By jemma
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## Solar Radiation Emission and Absorption

Solar Radiation Emission and Absorption . V1003 - Climate and Society. Take away concepts. Conservation of energy. Black body radiation principle Emission wavelength and temperature (Wein’s Law). Radiation vs. distance relation Black body energy flux (Stefan-Boltzmann Law)

By ayame
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## A star’s color, temperature, size, brightness and distance are all related!

Ohio University - Lancaster Campus slide 1 of 47 Spring 2009 PSC 100. A star’s color, temperature, size, brightness and distance are all related!. Ohio University - Lancaster Campus slide 2 of 47 Spring 2009 PSC 100. The Beginnings.

By iolani
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## Temperature

Temperature. Temperature is a measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in a gas. The faster particles are moving, the more energy they have, and the higher the temperature. Astronomers use the Kelvin temperature scale to express the temperature of stars.

By hiero
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## Einstein’s Theory of Relativity

Is there a maximum velocity in nature ? If no , then one can travel or convey information over infinite distances in infinitesimally short time – Action at a distance as presupposed by Newton But, do not observe instantaneous action implying infinite speed

By faxon
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## AOS 100: Weather and Climate

AOS 100: Weather and Climate. Instructor: Nick Bassill Class TA: Courtney Obergfell. Miscellaneous. Homework Reminder Exam Reminder. Review of September 17 th : Radiation. Radiation is the one form of heat transfer that does not require a medium (air, water, etc.)

By halil
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