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TVT, 2004, Volume 42, Issue 2, Pages 256–261 (Mi tvt1515)  

This article is cited in 1 scientific paper (total in 1 paper)

Thermophysical Properties of Materials

The spectral emissivity of an oxide film of zirconium for wavelengths of $530$ and $650$ nm in the temperature range from $1450$ to $1750$ K

V. Ya. Chekhovskoi, V. D. Tarasov, N. V. Grigor'eva

Institute of Extremal States Thermophysics, Scientific Association for High Temperatures, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow

Abstract: The pyrometer method is used to investigate the spectral emissivity of an oxide film of zirconium of a nonstoichiometric composition in the temperature range from $1450$ to $1750$ K for wavelengths of $530$ and $650$ nm. The obtained data are used to calculate the color temperature. The results relate to a tetragonal structure of zirconium oxide in the range from $1450$ to $1730$ K and to a mixture of tetragonal and cubic structures at $1745$ K. The sample to be investigated is heated in a high-frequency field of a multiturn cylindrical inductor in an air/argon mixture in a hermetically sealed volume with a volume content of air of $6.2%$. The oxide film thickness, estimated by the increment of the sample mass, ranges from $124$ to $613\mu$m. The estimated error of measurement of the coefficients of spectral emissivity is $10%$.

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High Temperature, 2004, 42:2, 252–258

UDC: 536.3:534.42:669.296
Received: 31.03.2003

Citation: V. Ya. Chekhovskoi, V. D. Tarasov, N. V. Grigor'eva, “The spectral emissivity of an oxide film of zirconium for wavelengths of $530$ and $650$ nm in the temperature range from $1450$ to $1750$ K”, TVT, 42:2 (2004), 256–261; High Temperature, 42:2 (2004), 252–258

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