Electromagnetic waves -- Scattering, Laser beams -- Scattering, Laser speckle, Radiation -- Scattering
Lights is almost always detected by its interaction with matter. One of these interaction phenomena is the scattering of light by small particles. A model is developed that estimates the amount of energy that is scattered towards a detector from a beam given the locations of the source, detector and particle. This collection of particles is allowed to be very dense so that a photon scattered from the beam can be scattered several times before leaving the scattering medium. By considering the single-scatter component and multiple-scatter component separately, the model retains the characteristics of both types.
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Phillips, Ronald L.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Leblanc, Richard A., "A Model for Scattering in Dense Clouds" (1984). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4722.
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Phillips, Ronald L., 1942- [VIAF]