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  1. transmittance, transmission

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  1. The fraction of the incident light that passes through an object transmittance
  2. The portion of radiation passing through a glazing to that which is incident upon it transmittance
  3. the ratio of the radiant energy transmitted through a substance to the total radiant energy incident on its surface transmittance
  4. The percentage of radiation that can pass through glazing Transmittance can be defined for different types of light or energy, e g , visible light transmittance, UV transmittance, or total solar energy transmittance transmittance
  5. The ratio of energy transmitted by a body to that incident on it transmittance
  6. The ratio of transmitted flux to incident flux transmittance
  7. a transmission transmittance
  8. Transmission transmittance
  9. the fraction of radiant energy that passes through a substance transmittance
  10. The fraction (or percentage) of the thermal energy received at a given location after passage through the atmosphere relative to that which would have been received at the same location if no atmosphere were present transmittance
  11.   The ratio of the transmitted power to the incident power (188)  Note 1: In optics, transmittance is usually expressed as optical density or in percent   Note 2: Transmittance was formerly called "transmission " transmittance
  12. the fraction of initial light from a light source that is transmitted through the atmosphere Light is attenuated by scattering and absorption from gases and particles transmittance
  13. (sol) (meas) The ratio of the RADIANT ENERGY transmitted through a substance to the total radiant energy falling on its surface Transmittance is always affected by the thickness and composition of the substance, as well as by the INCIDENT ANGLE F - facteur de transmission S - transmision transmittance
  14. The ratio of transmitted radiant energy to incident radiant energy, or the fraction of light that passes through a medium transmittance
  15. the fraction or percent of a particular frequency or wavelength of electromagnetic radiation that passes through a substance without being absorbed or reflected transmittance
  16. The total light transmitted by a system, usually given for normal incidence This is the quantity most easily measured, although it is not the most convenient to work with mathematically (See Section 4 1 2, Calc and Rcalc, in Chapter 4 for information on computing transmissivity from transmittance ) transmittance
  17. A measured quantity; the ratio of energy transmitted by a material to total incident radiation transmittance
  18. The ratio of the radiant flux transmitted by a medium or a body to the incident flux See transmission coefficient The transmittance T of radiant flux through a medium of thickness x is related to the transmission coefficient τ of the medium by T = &tau transmittance
  19. The fraction of the light that passes through an object transmittance
  20. transmission, transference; relaying, conveyance; fraction of energy which passes through a body without being absorbed isim transmittance

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