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|1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 Solar energy impinging on the outer |
layer of Earth's atmosphere (usually ... an effective temperature of 5777 K,
estimate the diameter of the sun (distance from sun to Earth SES ≃ 1.496 × 1011
|Thus, in this case, for the determination of the effective temperature the solar |
constant in Eq. (13.6) must be divided not by 4 but by a value N where 4>N>2.
For the intermediate cases, with the Earth's revolution axis inclined to the ecliptics
, it is ...
|The Bond albedos of the Earth and other major planets in our Solar System are |
listed in Goody and Walker (1972) ... Wm_* (2.4) By next applying the Stefan–
Boltzmann law, the planet's black-body or effective temperature can be
expressed as ...
|Earth as a whole radiates with an effective temperature of 255 K, and therefore, |
its flux peaks in the thermal infrared part of the spectrum. This effective
temperature is 30 K colder than the average temperature on the surface, and
quite chilly by ...
|Earth. System. Models. Various models are used to study the climate system and |
its natural variability, and to simulate the ... If the atmosphere of Earth absorbs
thermal radiation, its surface temperature is greater than its effective temperature.
|For the Earth, F i $0.09 W m2 can be neglected, Sp1⁄41361 W mÀ2, and Bond |
albedo A1⁄40.3. Solving eqn  gives equilibrium temperature Teq1⁄4255 K,
which is also the Earth's effective temperature. Clearly, this temperature is not ...
|4t7 (6,7) We refer to the temperature obtained in this fashion as the effective |
temperature of a planet. Example 6.4: Using a value for cr of 5.67 X l0-8 W rrr2 K-
4, and magnitudes of F and A appropriate for Earth, calculate the effective ...
|min., or a value deduced from Rosetti's work 2-5 cal./min. The lowest value found, |
2900 abs., is very near the average temperature of the earth's surface, which may
be taken as 289° abs. As the earth's effective temperature must, if anything, ...
|The effective temperature of ^\/\/\/\/\/\/\/\ the Earth is determined by the equilib"|
VVVVVVV\ \s, rium of incoming short-wave solar radiation and outgoing long-
wave terrestrial radiation equal to SoTr:. Part of the radiation is reflected directly
|The lowest value found, 290° abs, is very near the average temperature of the |
earth's surface, which may be taken as 289° abs. As the earth's effective
temperature must, if anything, be below this, and cannot differ much from that of
the ideal ...