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Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
is the pressure exerted upon any surface due to the exchange of momentum between the object and the electromagnetic field. This includes the momentum of light or electromagnetic radiation of any wavelength which is absorbed, reflected, or otherwise emitted (e.g. black body radiation) by matter on any scale (from macroscopic objects to dust particles to gas molecules). The forces generated by radiation pressure are generally too small to be noticed under everyday circumstances, however they are important in some physical processes. This particularly includes objects in outer space where it is usually the main force acting on objects besides gravity, and where the net effect of a tiny force may have a large cumulative effect over long periods of time. For example, had the effects of the sun's radiation pressure on the spacecraft of the Viking program
Viking program
been ignored, the spacecraft would have missed Mars orbit by about 15,000 kilometers.[1]. Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
from starlight is crucial in a number of astrophysical processes. The significance of radiation pressure increases rapidly at extremely high temperatures, and can sometimes dwarf the usual gas pressure, for instance in stellar interiors and thermonuclear weapons. Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
can equally well be accounted for by considering the momentum of a classical electromagnetic field or in terms of the momenta of photons, particles of light. The interaction of electromagnetic waves or photons with matter may involve an exchange of momentum. Due to the law of conservation of momentum, any change in the total momentum of the waves or photons must involve an equal and opposite change in the momentum of the matter it interacted with (Newton's third law of motion), as is illustrated in the accompanying figure for the case of light being perfectly reflected by a surface. This transfer of momentum is the general explanation for what we term radiation pressure.

Contents

1 Discovery 2 Theory

2.1 Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
from momentum of an electromagnetic wave 2.2 Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
from reflection 2.3 Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
by emission 2.4 Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
in terms of photons 2.5 Compression in a uniform radiation field

3 Solar radiation pressure

3.1 Pressures of absorption and reflection 3.2 Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
perturbations 3.3 Solar sails

4 Cosmic effects of radiation pressure

4.1 The early universe 4.2 Galaxy formation and evolution 4.3 Clouds of dust and gases 4.4 Clusters of stars 4.5 Star
Star
formation 4.6 Stellar planetary systems 4.7 Stellar interiors 4.8 Comets

5 Laser applications of radiation pressure 6 See also 7 References 8 Further reading

Discovery[edit] Johannes Kepler
Johannes Kepler
put forward the concept of radiation pressure back in 1619 to explain the observation that a tail of a comet always points away from the Sun.[2] The assertion that light, as electromagnetic radiation, has the property of momentum and thus exerts a pressure upon any surface it is exposed to was published by James Clerk Maxwell
James Clerk Maxwell
in 1862, and proven experimentally by Russian physicist Pyotr Lebedev in 1900[3] and by Ernest Fox Nichols
Ernest Fox Nichols
and Gordon Ferrie Hull in 1901.[4] The pressure is very feeble, but can be detected by allowing the radiation to fall upon a delicately poised vane of reflective metal in a Nichols radiometer (this should not be confused with the Crookes radiometer, whose characteristic motion is not caused by radiation pressure but by impacting gas molecules). Theory[edit] See also: Electromagnetic radiation
Electromagnetic radiation
and Speed of light Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
can be viewed as a consequence of the conservation of momentum given the momentum attributed to electromagnetic radiation. That momentum can be equally well calculated on the basis of electromagnetic theory or from the combined momenta of a stream of photons, giving identical results as is shown below. Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
from momentum of an electromagnetic wave[edit] Main article: Poynting vector According to Maxwell's theory of electromagnetism, an electromagnetic wave carries momentum, which will be transferred to an opaque surface it strikes. The energy flux (irradiance) of a plane wave is calculated using the Poynting vector
Poynting vector

S

=

E

×

H

displaystyle mathbf S =mathbf E times mathbf H

, whose magnitude we denote by S. S divided by the speed of light is the density of the linear momentum per unit area (pressure) of the electromagnetic field. That pressure is experienced as radiation pressure on the surface:

P

incident

=

⟨ S ⟩

c

=

I

f

c

displaystyle P_ text incident = frac langle Srangle c = frac I_ f c

where

P

displaystyle P

is pressure (usually in Pascals),

I

f

displaystyle I_ f

is the incident irradiance (usually in W/m2) and

c

displaystyle c

is the speed of light in vacuum. If the surface is planar at an angle α to the incident wave, the intensity across the surface will be geometrically reduced by the cosine of that angle and the component of the radiation force against the surface will also be reduced by the cosine of α, resulting in a pressure:

P

incident

=

I

f

c

cos

2

⁡ α

displaystyle P_ text incident = frac I_ f c cos ^ 2 alpha

The momentum from the incident wave is in the same direction of that wave. But only the component of that momentum normal to the surface contributes to the pressure on the surface, as given above. The component of that force tangent to the surface is not called pressure.[5] Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
from reflection[edit] The above treatment for an incident wave accounts for the radiation pressure experienced by a black (totally absorbing) body. If the wave is specularly reflected, then the recoil due to the reflected wave will further contribute to the radiation pressure. In the case of a perfect reflector, this pressure will be identical to the pressure caused by the incident wave:

P

emitted

=

I

f

c

displaystyle P_ text emitted = frac I_ f c

thus doubling the net radiation pressure on the surface:

P

net

=

P

incident

+

P

emitted

= 2

I

f

c

displaystyle P_ text net =P_ text incident +P_ text emitted =2 frac I_ f c

For a partially reflective surface, the second term must be multiplied by the reflectivity, so that the increase is less than double. For a diffusely reflective surface, the details of the reflection and geometry must be taken into account, again resulting in an increased net radiation pressure of less than double. Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
by emission[edit] Just as a wave reflected from a body contributes to the net radiation pressure experienced, a body that emits radiation of its own (rather than reflected) obtains a radiation pressure again given by the irradiance of that emission in the direction normal to the surface Ie:

P

emitted

=

I

e

c

displaystyle P_ text emitted = frac I_ e c

The emission can be from black body radiation or any other radiative mechanism. Since all materials emit black body radiation (unless they are totally reflective or at absolute zero), this source for radiation pressure is ubiquitous but usually very tiny. However because black body radiation increases rapidly with temperature (according to the fourth power of temperature as given by the Stefan–Boltzmann law), radiation pressure due to the temperature of a very hot object (or due to incoming black body radiation from similarly hot surroundings) can become very significant. This becomes important in stellar interiors which are at millions of degrees. Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
in terms of photons[edit] See also: Photons
Photons
and Momentum Electromagnetic radiation
Electromagnetic radiation
can be viewed in terms of particles rather than waves; these particles are known as photons. Photons
Photons
do not have a rest-mass, however photons are never at rest (they move at the speed of light) and acquire a momentum nonetheless which is given by:

p =

h λ

=

E

p

c

,

displaystyle p= dfrac h lambda = frac E_ p c ,

where p is momentum, h is Planck's constant, λ is wavelength, and c is speed of light in vacuum. And Ep is the energy of a single photon given by:

E

p

= h ν =

h c

λ

displaystyle E_ p =hnu = frac hc lambda

The radiation pressure again can be seen as the transfer of each photon's momentum to the opaque surface, plus the momentum due to a (possible) recoil photon for a (partially) reflecting surface. Since an incident wave of irradiance If over an area A has a power of IfA, this implies a flux of If/Ep photons per second per unit area striking the surface. Combining this with the above expression for the momentum of a single photon, results in the same relationships between irradiance and radiation pressure described above using classical electromagnetics. And again, reflected or otherwise emitted photons will contribute to the net radiation pressure identically. Compression in a uniform radiation field[edit] Surfaces of a body in thermal equilibrium with its surroundings at a temperature T, will be surrounded by a uniform radiation field described by the Planck black body radiation law, and will experience a compressive pressure due to that impinging radiation, its reflection, and its own black body emission. From that it can be shown that the resulting pressure is equal to one third of the total radiant energy per unit volume in the surrounding space.[6][7][8][9] Quantitatively, this can be expressed as [10]

P

compress

=

u 3

=

4 σ

3 c

T

4

displaystyle P_ text compress = frac u 3 = frac 4sigma 3c T^ 4

where

σ

displaystyle sigma

is the Stefan–Boltzmann constant.

u

displaystyle u

is the radiation density per unit volume (usually in J·m−3) resulting from the temperature T (in kelvins) assuming thermal equilibrium. Solar radiation pressure[edit] Solar radiation pressure is due to the sun's radiation at closer distances, thus especially within the solar system. While it acts on all objects, its net effect is generally greater on smaller bodies since they have a larger ratio of surface area to mass. All spacecraft experience such a pressure except when they are behind the earth's shadow. Solar radiation pressure on objects near the earth may be calculated using the sun's irradiance at 1 AU, known as the solar constant, whose value is set at 1361 W/m2 as of 2011.[11] All stars have a spectral energy distribution that depends on their surface temperature. The distribution is approximately that of black-body radiation. This distribution must be taken into account when calculating the radiation pressure or identifying reflector materials for optimizing a solar sail for instance. Pressures of absorption and reflection[edit] Solar radiation pressure at the earth's distance from the sun, may be calculated by dividing the solar constant W (above) by the speed of light c. For an absorbing sheet facing the sun, this is simply[12]:

P =

W c

≈ 4.5 ⋅

10

− 6

Pa

= 4.5 μ

Pa

displaystyle P= frac W c approx 4.5cdot 10^ -6 textsf Pa =4.5mu textsf Pa

This result is in the S.I.
S.I.
unit Pascals, equivalent to N/m2 (Newtons per square meter). For a sheet at an angle α to the sun, the effective area A of a sheet is reduced by a geometrical factor resulting in a force in the direction of the sunlight of:

F =

W c

( A cos ⁡ α )

displaystyle F= frac W c (Acos alpha )

To find the component of this force normal to the surface, another cosine factor must be applied resulting in a pressure P on the surface of:

P =

F A

=

W c

cos

2

⁡ α

displaystyle P= frac F A = frac W c cos ^ 2 alpha

Note, however, that in order to account for the net effect of solar radiation on a spacecraft for instance, one would need to consider the total force (in the direction away from the sun) given by the preceding equation, rather than just the component normal to the surface that we identify as "pressure". The solar constant is defined for the sun's radiation at the distance to the earth, also known as one astronomical unit (AU). Consequently at a distance of R astronomical units (R thus being dimensionless), applying the inverse square law, we would find:

P =

W

c

R

2

cos

2

⁡ α

displaystyle P= frac W cR^ 2 cos ^ 2 alpha

Finally, considering not an absorbing but a perfectly reflecting surface, the pressure is doubled due to the reflected wave, resulting in:

P = 2

W

c

R

2

cos

2

⁡ α

displaystyle P=2 frac W cR^ 2 cos ^ 2 alpha

Note that unlike the case of an absorbing material, the resulting force on a reflecting body is given exactly by this pressure acting normal to the surface, with the tangential forces from the incident and reflecting waves canceling each other. In practice, materials are neither totally reflecting nor totally absorbing, so the resulting force will be a weighted average of the forces calculated using these formulae.

Solar radiation pressure on perfect reflector at normal incidence (α=0)

Distance from sun Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
in μPa (μN/m2)

0.20 AU 227

0.39 AU (Mercury) 60.6

0.72 AU (Venus) 17.4

1.00 AU (Earth) 9.08

1.52 AU (Mars) 3.91

3.00 AU (Typical asteroid) 1.01

5.20 AU (Jupiter) 0.34

Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
perturbations[edit] See also: Yarkovsky effect, YORP effect, and Poynting–Robertson effect Solar radiation pressure is a source of orbital perturbations. It significantly affects the orbits and trajectories of small bodies including all spacecraft. Solar radiation pressure affects bodies throughout much of the Solar System. Small bodies are more affected than large because of their lower mass relative to their surface area. Spacecraft are affected along with natural bodies (comets, asteroids, dust grains, gas molecules). The radiation pressure results in forces and torques on the bodies that can change their translational and rotational motions. Translational changes affect the orbits of the bodies. Rotational rates may increase or decrease. Loosely aggregated bodies may break apart under high rotation rates. Dust grains can either leave the Solar System or spiral into the Sun. A whole body is typically composed of numerous surfaces that have different orientations on the body. The facets may be flat or curved. They will have different areas. They may have optical properties differing from other aspects. At any particular time, some facets will be exposed to the Sun
Sun
and some will be in shadow. Each surface exposed to the Sun
Sun
will be reflecting, absorbing, and emitting radiation. Facets in shadow will be emitting radiation. The summation of pressures across all of the facets will define the net force and torque on the body. These can be calculated using the equations in the preceding sections.[5][12] The Yarkovsky effect
Yarkovsky effect
affects the translation of a small body. It results from a face leaving solar exposure being at a higher temperature than a face approaching solar exposure. The radiation emitted from the warmer face will be more intense than that of the opposite face, resulting in a net force on the body that will affect its motion. The YORP effect
YORP effect
is a collection of effects expanding upon the earlier concept of the Yarkovsky effect, but of a similar nature. It affects the spin properties of bodies. The Poynting–Robertson effect
Poynting–Robertson effect
applies to grain-size particles. From the perspective of a grain of dust circling the Sun, the Sun's radiation appears to be coming from a slightly forward direction (aberration of light). Therefore, the absorption of this radiation leads to a force with a component against the direction of movement. (The angle of aberration is tiny since the radiation is moving at the speed of light while the dust grain is moving many orders of magnitude slower than that.) The result is a gradual spiral of dust grains into the Sun. Over long periods of time, this effect cleans out much of the dust in the Solar System. While rather small in comparison to other forces, the radiation pressure force is inexorable. Over long periods of time, the net effect of the force is substantial. Such feeble pressures can produce marked effects upon minute particles like gas ions and electrons, and are essential in the theory of electron emission from the Sun, of cometary material, and so on. Because the ratio of surface area to volume (and thus mass) increases with decreasing particle size, dusty (micrometre-size) particles are susceptible to radiation pressure even in the outer solar system. For example, the evolution of the outer rings of Saturn is significantly influenced by radiation pressure. As a consequence of light pressure, Einstein[13] in 1909 predicted the existence of "radiation friction" which would oppose the movement of matter. He wrote, “radiation will exert pressure on both sides of the plate. The forces of pressure exerted on the two sides are equal if the plate is at rest. However, if it is in motion, more radiation will be reflected on the surface that is ahead during the motion (front surface) than on the back surface. The backward acting force of pressure exerted on the front surface is thus larger than the force of pressure acting on the back. Hence, as the resultant of the two forces, there remains a force that counteracts the motion of the plate and that increases with the velocity of the plate. We will call this resultant 'radiation friction' in brief.” Solar sails[edit] Main article: Solar sail Solar sailing, an experimental method of spacecraft propulsion, uses radiation pressure from the Sun
Sun
as a motive force. The idea of interplanetary travel by light was mentioned by Jules Verne
Jules Verne
in From the Earth to the Moon. A sail reflects about 90% of the incident radiation. The 10% that is absorbed is radiated away from both surfaces, with the proportion emitted from the unlit surface depending on the thermal conductivity of the sail. A sail has curvature, surface irregularities, and other minor factors that affect its performance. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has successfully unfurled a solar sail in space which has already succeeded in propelling its payload with the IKAROS
IKAROS
project. Cosmic effects of radiation pressure[edit] Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
has had a major effect on the development of the cosmos, from the birth of the universe to ongoing formation of stars and shaping of clouds of dust and gasses on a wide range of scales. The early universe[edit] The photon epoch is a phase when the energy of the universe was dominated by photons, between 10 seconds and 380,000 years after the Big Bang. Galaxy formation and evolution[edit] The process of galaxy formation and evolution began early in the history of the cosmos. Observations of the early universe strongly suggest that objects grew from bottom-up (i.e., smaller objects merging to form larger ones). As stars are thereby formed and become sources of electromagnetic radiation, radiation pressure from the stars becomes a factor in the dynamics of remaining circumstellar material. Clouds of dust and gases[edit]

The Pillars of Creation clouds within the Eagle Nebula
Eagle Nebula
shaped by radiation pressure and stellar winds.

The gravitational compression of clouds of dust and gases is strongly influenced by radiation pressure, especially when the condensations lead to star births. The larger young stars forming within the compressed clouds emit intense levels of radiation that shift the clouds, causing either dispersion or condensations in nearby regions, which influences birth rates in those nearby regions. Clusters of stars[edit] Stars predominantly form in regions of large clouds of dust and gases, giving rise to star clusters. Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
from the member stars eventually disperses the clouds, which can have a profound effect on the evolution of the cluster. Many open clusters are inherently unstable, with a small enough mass that the escape velocity of the system is lower than the average velocity of the constituent stars. These clusters will rapidly disperse within a few million years. In many cases, the stripping away of the gas from which the cluster formed by the radiation pressure of the hot young stars reduces the cluster mass enough to allow rapid dispersal. Star
Star
formation[edit] Star formation
Star formation
is the process by which dense regions within molecular clouds in interstellar space collapse to form stars. As a branch of astronomy, star formation includes the study of the interstellar medium and giant molecular clouds (GMC) as precursors to the star formation process, and the study of protostars and young stellar objects as its immediate products. Star formation
Star formation
theory, as well as accounting for the formation of a single star, must also account for the statistics of binary stars and the initial mass function. Stellar planetary systems[edit]

A protoplanetary disk with a cleared central region (artist's conception).

Planetary systems are generally believed to form as part of the same process that results in star formation. A protoplanetary disk forms by gravitational collapse of a molecular cloud, called a solar nebula, and then evolves into a planetary system by collisions and gravitational capture. Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
can clear a region in the immediate vicinity of the star. As the formation process continues, radiation pressure continues to play a role in affecting the distribution of matter. In particular, dust and grains can spiral into the star or escape the stellar system under the action of radiation pressure. Stellar interiors[edit] In stellar interiors the temperatures are very high. Stellar models predict a temperature of 15 MK in the center of the Sun, and at the cores of supergiant stars the temperature may exceed 1 GK. As the radiation pressure scales as the fourth power of the temperature, it becomes important at these high temperatures. In the Sun, radiation pressure is still quite small when compared to the gas pressure. In the heaviest non-degenerate stars, radiation pressure is the dominant pressure component.[14] Comets[edit]

Comet
Comet
Hale–Bopp (C/1995 O1). Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
and solar wind effects on the dust and gas tails are clearly seen.

Solar radiation pressure strongly affects comet tails. Solar heating causes gases to be released from the comet nucleus, which also carry away dust grains. Radiation pressure
Radiation pressure
and solar wind then drive the dust and gases away from the Sun's direction. The gases form a generally straight tail, while slower moving dust particles create a broader, curving tail. Laser applications of radiation pressure[edit] Laser cooling
Laser cooling
is applied to cooling materials very close to absolute zero. Atoms traveling towards a laser light source perceive a doppler effect tuned to the absorption frequency of the target element. The radiation pressure on the atom slows movement in a particular direction until the Doppler effect
Doppler effect
moves out of the frequency range of the element, causing an overall cooling effect. Large lasers operating in space have been suggested as a means of propelling sail craft in beam-powered propulsion. The reflection of a laser pulse from the surface of an elastic solid gives rise to various types of elastic waves that propagate inside the solid. The weakest waves are generally those that are generated by the radiation pressure acting during the reflection of the light. Recently, such light-pressure-induced elastic waves were observed inside an ultrahigh-reflectivity dielectric mirror.[15] These waves are the most basic fingerprint of a light-solid matter interaction on the macroscopic scale. See also[edit]

Physics portal Astronomy
Astronomy
portal Space portal Star
Star
portal

Light absorption Photons Poynting–Robertson effect Poynting vector Solar constant Solar sail Sunlight Wave-particle duality Yarkovsky effect YORP effect

References[edit]

^ Eugene Hecht, "Optics", 4th edition ^ Johannes Kepler
Johannes Kepler
(1619). De Cometis Libelli Tres.  ^ P. Lebedev, 1901, "Untersuchungen über die Druckkräfte des Lichtes", Annalen der Physik, 1901 ^ Nichols, E.F & Hull, G.F. (1903) The Pressure
Pressure
due to Radiation, The Astrophysical
Astrophysical
Journal,Vol.17 No.5, p.315-351 ^ a b Wright, Jerome L. (1992), Space Sailing, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers  ^ Shankar R., Principles of Quantum Mechanics, 2nd edition. ^ Carroll, Bradley W. & Dale A. Ostlie, An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics, 2nd edition. ^ Jackson, John David, (1999) Classical Electrodynamics. ^ Kardar, Mehran. "Statistical Physics of Particles". ^ Planck's law ^ Kopp, G.; Lean, J. L. (2011). "A new, lower value of total solar irradiance: Evidence and climate significance". Geophysical Research Letters 38.  ^ a b Georgevic, R. M. (1973) "The Solar Radiation Pressure
Pressure
Forces and Torques Model", The Journal of the Astronautical Sciences, Vol. 27, No. 1, Jan–Feb. First known publication describing how solar radiation pressure creates forces and torques that affect spacecraft. ^ Einstein, A. (1909). On the development of our views concerning the nature and constitution of radiation. Translated in: The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, vol. 2 (Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1989). Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. p. 391.  ^ Dale A. Ostlie and Bradley W. Carroll, An Introduction to Modern Astrophysics (2nd edition), page 341, Pearson, San Francisco, 2007 ^ T. Požar and J. Možina (2013), Measurement of elastic waves induced by the reflection of light. Physical Review Letters 111 (18), 185501

Further reading[edit]

Demir, Dilek,"A table-top demonstration of radiation pressure",2011, Diplomathesis, E-Theses univie (http://othes.univie.ac.at/16381/) R. Shankar, "Principles of Quantum Mechanics", 2nd

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