1999 volume 31(4)
doi:10.1068/htrt146

Cite as:
Dubrovinsky L, Saxena S, 1999, "Emissivity measurements on some metals and oxides using multiwavelength spectral radiometry" High Temperatures - High Pressures 31(4) 393 – 399

Emissivity measurements on some metals and oxides using multiwavelength spectral radiometry

Leonid Dubrovinsky, Surendra Saxena

Received 12 March 1998, in revised form 15 January 1999

Abstract. The emissivities of tungsten (W), platinum (Pt), iron (Fe), corundum (Al2O3), zirconia (ZrO2), and sodium metasilicate (Na2SiO3) have been measured by a new approach. The metals platinum and tungsten were heated electrically to the melting temperature and the power was calibrated against the temperature by visual observation of the melting and in-situ x-ray measurements of the lattice parameters. Radiation spectrometry was then used to obtain the thermal emission spectra at known temperatures. The spectral data were fitted with Planck's function to obtain emissivity and its dependence on temperature and wavelength. The emissivity data at 0.8 &3956;m wavelength for measured solids at melting temperatures are: W, 0.34; Pt, 0.44; Fe, 0.28; Al2O3, 0.40; ZrO2, 0.29; Na2SiO3, 0.21.

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