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Special issue based on the Eurotherm Seminar 95-computational thermal radiation in participating media IV
Special issue on micro- and nano-scale radiative transfer
Discrete dipole approximation of gold nanospheres on substrates: considerations and comparison with other discretization methods
(AAPP Physical, Mathematical, and Natural Sciences, 2011)
We embark on this preliminary study of the suitability of the discrete dipole approximation with surface interaction (DDA-SI) method to model electric field scattering from noble metal nano-structures on dielectric substrates. ...
Engineering with and for light absorption and scattering: a quarter century of experimental research at RTL
(Accademia Peloritana dei Pericolanti, 2011)
Characterization of particles requires detailed understanding of light interaction with homogeneous/inhomogeneous and regular/irregular shaped particles, or fractallike structures, within optically thin or thick media. ...
Near-field thermal radiation transfer by mesoporous metamaterials
(The Optical Society, 2015-09-21)
In this work, we investigate the impact of nano-scale pores within structured metamaterials on spectral near-field radiative transfer. We use Finite Difference Time Domain Method (FDTD) and consider uniform and corrugated ...
Silver patterning using an atomic force microscope tip and laser-induced chemical deposition from liquids
(AIP Publishing, 2012)
This article presents a new direct patterning technique in which laser photoreduction of silver from a liquid is controlled by a scanning atomic force microscope tip. Contrary to expectations, the tip suppresses, rather ...
Dependent absorption and scattering by interacting nanoparticles
(Begell House Inc., 2010)
Dependent light scattering and absorption patterns of metallic nano-sized particles in interaction with other spherical and cone-like structures were investigated. The numerical solution of the light scattering problem was ...
Materials for radiative cooling: a review
Buildings use more than one-third of the total energy consumed in counties within the Mediterranean climate zones like in Turkey. During the summer months, the absorption of solar energy by the buildings increases the ...
Credible intervals for nanoparticle characteristics
Solving the inverse problem of nanoparticle characterization has the potential to advance science and benefit society. While considerable progress has been made within a framework based on the scattering of surface ...
Near-field thermal emission between corrugated surfaces separated by nano-gaps
Near-field thermal radiation with its many potential applications in different fields requires a thorough understanding for the development of new devices. In this paper, we report that near-field thermal emission between ...
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