However, few reports have focused on the evaluation of a suitable drying model for describing the drying process and influences of different temperatures and velocity and infrared radiation
intensity on the drying kinetics of onion slices using different drying methods.
Scanning electron microscopy data of the surface structures of the plums and their drying rate at different infrared radiation
treatments were analyzed by the researchers.
2006) "Regulation of type I procollagen and MMP I expression after single or repeated exposure to infrared radiation
in human skin.
International Commission on Illumination recommends splitting infrared radiation
into the following three groups:
Waves of infrared radiation
are longer than waves of visible light, so ordinary digital cameras don't see them, and neither do the eyes of human beings.
(760-1440nm) is a major component of sunlight, with approximately 30% of total solar energy reaching the earth's surface within the IR range .
The cornea transmits the most infrared radiation
between 700nm and 1,300nm.
The heat shielding coating, black base coating and color clear coating are stacked one after another and heat cured, wherein the heat shielding coating is comprised of a compound which does not absorb infrared radiation
and has a heat shielding function; wherein the black base coating is comprised of a perylene black pigment, and/or an azomethine pigment, and/or an azo dye, and wherein the color clear coating is comprised of a black dye.
The deepest reaches of space are permeated by infrared radiation
, uneven energy generated by long-dead objects from the early universe.
Scientists have gotten better and better at making detectors that can "see" infrared radiation
Because it uses far infrared radiation
, it is capable of obtaining a viable image without the use of a light source, as is required by visible-light or "near infrared" cameras and is capable of determining whether an object is a pedestrian or not.
Monochrome models feature sensitivity for visible light and infrared radiation
The most potent source of infrared radiation
is the sun.
After sunlight hits Earth's surface, waves of infrared radiation
, or heat energy, radiate back up toward the atmosphere.
We are able to feel infrared radiation
, although it cannot be seen in the visible spectrum without an infrared device.