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This paper deals with the scattering problem of a layer where many spherical lossy particles of high dielectric constant are randomly distributed. A radiative transfer equation is used to calculate the scattering cross section of the layer. Four different multiple scattering methods are applied to determine the coefficients of the equation. The scattering cross sections of the four methods are compared by changing the incident angle and polarization of incident waves and the layer thickness. The comparison shows that the scattering cross section fairly depends on the multiple scattering methods and that we need to use an appropriate multiple scattering method for a scattering problem when using a radiative transfer equation.

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- IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics Vol.E83-C No.12 pp.1803-1808

- Publication Date
- 2000/12/25

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- Type of Manuscript
- Special Section PAPER (Special Issue on Problems of Random Scattering and Electromagnetic Wave Sensing)

- Category
- Scattering and Propagation in Random Media

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Tsuyoshi MATSUOKA, Mitsuo TATEIBA, "Comparison of Scattered Power from a Layer with Randomly Distributed Lossy Spheres of High Dielectric Constant by Using Radiative Transfer Theory" in IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Electronics,
vol. E83-C, no. 12, pp. 1803-1808, December 2000, doi: .

Abstract: This paper deals with the scattering problem of a layer where many spherical lossy particles of high dielectric constant are randomly distributed. A radiative transfer equation is used to calculate the scattering cross section of the layer. Four different multiple scattering methods are applied to determine the coefficients of the equation. The scattering cross sections of the four methods are compared by changing the incident angle and polarization of incident waves and the layer thickness. The comparison shows that the scattering cross section fairly depends on the multiple scattering methods and that we need to use an appropriate multiple scattering method for a scattering problem when using a radiative transfer equation.

URL: https://global.ieice.org/en_transactions/electronics/10.1587/e83-c_12_1803/_p

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