radiative properties, thermal management systems, V-grooves
DYNAMIC control of radiative surface properties enables optimization of thermal management systems for spacecraft, radiative cooling systems, and other applications [1–3]. Various methods of altering the absorption or emission from a surface have been investigated [4–6]. Use of origami-inspired tessellated surfaces to control apparent radiative surface properties is a promising technology [7–9]. Realizing the full potential of tessellated surfaces to dynamically control apparent radiative surface properties requires convenient methods of calculating apparent properties as a function of tessellation geometry and intrinsic radiative surface properties. This Note focuses on the use of geometry to affect total, hemispherical properties of V grooves comprising diffuse, gray surfaces.
Original Publication Citation
Mulford, R. B., Collins, N. S., Farnsworth, M. S., Jones, M. R., and Iverson, B. D., 2018, "Total hemispherical apparent radiative properties of the infinite V-groove with diffuse reflection," Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer, Vol. 32, pp. 1108-1112. DOI: 10.2514/1.T5485
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Mulford, Rydge B.; Collins, Nathan S.; Farnsworth, Michael S.; Jones, Matthew R.; and Iverson, Brian D., "Total Hemispherical Apparent Radiative Properties of the Infinite V-Groove with Diffuse Reflection" (2018). Faculty Publications. 5094.
Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer
Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology
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