Radiant-heat



noun, Thermodynamics.
1.
heat energy transmitted by electromagnetic waves in contrast to heat transmitted by conduction or convection.
noun
1.
heat transferred in the form of electromagnetic radiation rather than by conduction or convection; infrared radiation

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