Information System for Calculating the Spectral Characteristics of Hot CO, CO2, and H2O Gases (Hotgas 2.0) View Full Text


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DATE

2000-08

AUTHORS

O. K. Voitsekhovskaya, A. A. Peshkov, M. M. Tarasenko, T. Yu. Sheludyakov

ABSTRACT

The information system HOTGAS 2.0 is described which allows the parameters of vibrational-rotational lines of CO, CO2, and H2O molecules to be calculated in the spectral range 0–10000 cm−1 and in the temperature range 250–3000 K. A user-friendly system interface allows the data to be displayed in text and graphic formats and has all the advantages of programs written in the Windows 95 environment. The system HOTGAS 2.0 can be used to calculate the absorption coefficients of individual gases and gaseous mixtures for the optically thin layer model. More... »

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652-659

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