Interface for Matlab Spectroscopy Calculations (RadISpeC) is a program that use
HITRAN/HITEMP data to generate Line-by-Line (LBL) spectra at a wanted spectral
resolution and environment. These data can be used with Discrete Transfer
Methods (DTM), Ray Tracing (RT) etc. solvers to estimate high precision
radiation in heated flow problems.
It was created
as a part of the article "Experimental and theoretical evaluation of
spectral radiative transfer in high-pressure flames" by Westly et. al.
from 2019 (under review by Journal atm). This article also show how well the program is at simulating heated
gas flows for CO2, H2O and CO compared to experimental results. The program
contain all setups that was used for the article to use free of charge, as long
as the program and article is cited.
have descriptions that explain how to use them and contain call methods. If a
more detailed description of theory is wanted, check the RadISpeC documentation
PDF inside the RadISpeC folder. This PDF also contain the same information as
the function descriptions.
The program work fully with the Matlab IDE for 2017b. (Checked with 2019b and updated)
If the user want to use the created GUI, the Matlab
version has to be 2017b or newer. This lies in the function UIFigure that is
used, which after an update from 2017a to 2017b made it uncompatible with older Matlab versions.
It is possible to request an ".exe" with a
standalone version of the program that use the GUI by contacting Anders Ivarsson from DTU MEK