Irradiance units

Pages 16 to 32 show spectral distribution curves for irradiance. There are many systems of units fo. Irradiance. The human eye perceives the intensity of light on a logarithmic scale, which means that energy. Irradiance, E, is the flux per unit area striking a surface. Occasionally, the flux per uni. While the units of solar insolation and solar irradiance are both a power density ( for solar insola. The units of spectral irradiance are in Wm<sup>-2</sup>µm<sup>-1</sup>. The Wm<sup>-2</sup> term is the power density at the wavelen.

Pages 16 to 32 show spectral distribution curves for irradiance. There are many systems of units fo. Irradiance. The human eye perceives the intensity of light on a logarithmic scale, which means that energy. Irradiance, E, is the flux per unit area striking a surface. Occasionally, the flux per uni. While the units of solar insolation and solar irradiance are both a power density ( for solar insola. The units of spectral irradiance are in Wm<sup>-2</sup>µm<sup>-1</sup>. The Wm<sup>-2</sup> term is the power density at the wavelen.
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Pages 16 to 32 show spectral distribution curves for irradiance. There are many systems of units fo. Irradiance. The human eye perceives the intensity of light on a logarithmic scale, which means that energy. Irradiance, E, is the flux per unit area striking a surface. Occasionally, the flux per uni. While the units of solar insolation and solar irradiance are both a power density ( for solar insola. The units of spectral irradiance are in Wm<sup>-2</sup>µm<sup>-1</sup>. The Wm<sup>-2</sup> term is the power density at the wavelen.

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