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 March 26, 2003, 10:48 Radiation Question #1 Manosh Guest   Posts: n/a How to calculate 'scattering coefficient' in combustion gases? Any references and ideas are very much appreciated. Manosh

 March 26, 2003, 17:00 Re: Radiation Question #2 Jeff Moder Guest   Posts: n/a If you are asking how to calculate the scattering coefficient for the gaseous species (not solid or liquid species), my answer is that this that scattering from a gas molecule is neglible (relative to gas-phase absorption or scattering by a solid particle, if present), so just use scattering coefficient = 0 for all gaseous species

 March 27, 2003, 07:32 Re: Radiation Question #3 Manosh Guest   Posts: n/a Hi Yes, I am asking how to calculate the scattering coefficient for the gaseous species. Can you please write me details 'why scattering from a gas molecule is neglible'? If I dont know the scattering coefficient how do I compare this with absorption? Any references please? Regards Manosh

 March 28, 2003, 06:22 Re: Radiation Question #5 Manosh Guest   Posts: n/a DEar Jeff Thank you very much for your details discussion. Manosh

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