This lesson covers the integral equation approach to radiative transfer in enclosures. It explains the radiosity method and how it is used to solve problems involving radiative transfer enclosures. The lesson also introduces the concept of the integral equation approach, which is not as popular as the matrix method due to its tedious nature. However, it is essential for studying gas radiation. The lesson further explains how to set up the problem and solve it using the integral equation approach. It also discusses the importance of the extinction coefficient in determining the mean free path of a photon. The lesson concludes by explaining how to estimate the intensity emission by the gas using Kirchhoff’s law.

- The radiosity method is commonly used to solve problems involving radiative transfer enclosures.
- The integral equation approach, though more tedious, is essential for studying gas radiation.
- The extinction coefficient is crucial in determining the mean free path of a photon.
- Kirchhoff’s law can be used to estimate the intensity emission by the gas.
- The integral equation approach can provide a complete analytic solution for radiosity, temperature, and other properties.

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