Hello all,

i don´t know haw can you get the values rtn, gtn and btn of the material

description "glass":

void glass id

0

0

3 rtn gtn btn

from some glass samples.

I have measured their transmittance values with a Spectrometer ( Varian -

Cary 5000) in the field 350 - 780 nm wavelenght and have calculate the

Transmittace.

Should I then calculate the transmissivity from the transmittance by

computing

tn = (sqrt(.8402528435+.0072522239*Tn*Tn)-.9166530661)/.0036261119/Tn ?

and, in this case, how can I get the values rtn, gtn and btn?

Thanks a lot,

Marina

Good question. Apply the formula you cite at each of three wavelengths:

Red: 700 nm

Green: 546 nm

Blue: 436 nm

-Greg

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From: marina aviles <[email protected]>

Date: March 11, 2009 4:12:27 AM PDT

Hello all,

i don´t know haw can you get the values rtn, gtn and btn of the material description "glass":

void glass id

0

3 rtn gtn btn

from some glass samples.

I have measured their transmittance values with a Spectrometer ( Varian - Cary 5000) in the field 350 - 780 nm wavelenght and have calculate the Transmittace.

Should I then calculate the transmissivity from the transmittance by computing

tn = (sqrt(.8402528435+.0072522239*Tn*Tn)-.9166530661)/.0036261119/Tn ?

and, in this case, how can I get the values rtn, gtn and btn?

Thanks a lot,

Marina