## radiant energy, $$Q$$

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The total energy emitted, transferred or received as radiation in a defined period of time ($$Q=\int Q_{\lambda } \ \mathrm{d}\lambda$$). It is the product of radiant power, $$P$$, and time, $$t$$: $$Q=P\ t$$ when the radiant power is constant over the time considered.
Sources:
Green Book,2nd ed., p. 30 (https://www.cintegrado.com.br/site/documentos/green_book_2ed.pdf)
ISO, 31-5 (http://www.iso.org/iso/catalogue_detail.htm?csnumber=3635)
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