Symbolic Monte Carlo methods: an analysis tool for the experimental identification of radiative properties at high-temperature

Abstract : A new Symbolic Monte Carlo (SMC) method, involving null collisions, was recently developed. It allows expressing radiative quantities as polynomials of absorption and scattering coefficients in a single simulation. This approach is applied here for giving insight on the experimental identification of radiative properties at high-temperature. SMC polynomials are used to analyze if the identification of absorption and scattering coefficients is achievable from measurements of radia-tive intensities in different directions. In particular, spectrometric emission measurements at high-temperature are investigated.
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Maxime Roger, Mathieu Galtier, Frédéric André, Agnès Delmas. Symbolic Monte Carlo methods: an analysis tool for the experimental identification of radiative properties at high-temperature. Eurotherm Seminar 110-Computational Thermal Radiation in Participating Media-VI, Apr 2018, Cascais, Portugal. ⟨hal-02013891⟩

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