Specular reflection on B-17G propellers
Here is an example of Specular reflection on two starboard and one port engine on the B-17G.
Specular reflection is the mirror-like reflection of light (or of other kinds of wave) from a surface, in which light from a single incoming direction (a ray) is reflected into a single outgoing direction. Such behavior is described by the law of reflection, which states that the direction of incoming light (the incident ray), and the direction of outgoing light reflected (the reflected ray) make the same angle with respect to the surface normal, thus the angle of incidence equals the angle of reflection (θi = θr in the figure), and that the incident, normal, and reflected directions are coplanar.
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