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We did not feel compelled to deviate from Yamamoto's computed curve, however, given the extreme delicacy of measurements in this spectral region. Moreover, in this region the blackbody intensity is so weak that its contribution to atmospheric transfer is quite small. The band contour on the short-wave side, beyond about 500 cm-1 , is an arbitrary extrapolation. For lower temperatures, a band contour was again determined by means of (61). 98 ·10- 5 • The resulting curves are shown in fig. 25. Finally, fig.
2. Construction of tabl~ be carried out graphically on a nomogram, a radiation chart. Thus, Moller's (1943) radiation chart has log u as abscissa and the quantity, say P(u, T) and charts Equation (73) may be used for the numerical computation of radiative fluxes. (T) - - d v , du (74) as ordinate. Isotherms, curves of constant T, are permanently drawn on the chart. By using these curves, one can plot the relationship T(u) representing a given atmosphere. The flux at uo then becomes (72) Formula (72) becomes a solution of the first equation (68), applying to an upward beam, by changing t~e sign of the integral.
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Atmospheric Radiation Tables by Walter M. Elsasser