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Atmospheric optical modeling, measurement, and simulation II

15-16 August, 2006, San Diego, California, USA
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SPIE , Bellingham, Wash
Meteorological optics -- Congresses, Optical radar -- Congresses, Atmosphere -- Remote sensing -- Congresses, Turbulence -- Congresses, Remote sensing -- Congr
StatementStephen M. Hammel, Anton Kohnle, chairs/editors ; sponsored and published by SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering.
SeriesProceedings of SPIE -- 6303, Proceedings of SPIE--the International Society for Optical Engineering -- v. 6303.
ContributionsDoss-Hammel, Stephen M., Kohnle, Anton., Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers.
LC ClassificationsQC974.5 .A846 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
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Open LibraryOL16274000M
ISBN 100819463825
ISBN 139780819463821
LC Control Number2007296036

Atmospheric Optical Modeling, Measurement, and Simulation II Editor(s): Stephen M. Hammel ; Anton Kohnle *This item is only available on the SPIE Digital Library.

Atmospheric optical modeling, measurement, and simulation II: August,San Diego, California, USA Author: Stephen M Doss-Hammel ; Anton Kohnle ; Society of Photo-optical Instrumentation Engineers. Atmospheric Optical Modeling, Measurement, and Simulation II Hammel, Stephen M.; Kohnle, Anton; Abstract.

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Bio-optical model describing the distribution of irradiance at the sea surface resulting from a point source imbedded in the ocean Appl. Optics. The model provides the ability to assess the relative importance of systems parameters such as the wavelength, laser quality, optical aperture and pointing accuracy in the presence of varying degrees of atmospheric turbulence (as described by the refractive index structure parameter Cn2).

Section II discusses various impairments in FSO followed by modelling of the atmosphere. In section III, Measurement communication link parameters are presented that are used for modelling and simulation in OptSim environment.

Section IV and V gives the results and conclusion, respectively. Atmospheric impairments and channel modelling. The model simulates four basic atmospheric properties: wind, pressure, temperature, and atmospheric water vapor.

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These pro. KEYWORDS: Data modeling, Signal attenuation, Aerosols, Wavelets, Receivers, Infrared radiation, Scintillation, Atmospheric propagation, Thermal modeling, Atmospheric modeling Read Abstract + The Rough Evaporation Duct Experiment (RED) assessed the effects of the air-sea boundary layer on microwave and infrared (IR) signal propagation near the.

– Modeling and simulation could take 80% of control analysis effort. • Model is a mathematical representations of a system – Models allow simulating and analyzing the system – Models are never exact • Modeling depends on your goal – A single system may have many models – Large ‘libraries’ of standard model templates exist.

It aims instead to (i) further articulate a contemporary view of measurement; (ii) show that, on that view, computer simulations can be embedded in measurement practices in such a way that simulation results constitute measurement outcomes; and (iii) examine in some detail the practice of atmospheric data assimilation as a concrete case study.

KEYWORDS: Data modeling, LIDAR, 3D modeling, Raman spectroscopy, Ocean optics, Turbulence, Meteorology, Atmospheric propagation, Atmospheric modeling, Atmospheric optics Read Abstract + The propagation of light through an atmospheric optical channel is modified by scattering effects that include extinction, bulk refraction, and optical turbulence.

The schematic diagram describing the methodology developed for the simulation of CWDL data availability and measurement range is given in Fig. criteria used for the acceptance or rejection of CWDL measurements are based on the carrier-to-noise ratio (CNR) value (representing the signal-to-noise ratio for a modulated signal) and on the CNR threshold that is set to accept or reject the.

Improving Atmospheric Turbulence Parameterization using Numerical Weather Prediction and Lidars; Ronald Phillips, University of Central Florida, United States The Physics and Modeling of an Optical Wave Propagating through Atmospheric Turbulence; Yoav Schechner, Technion Israel Institute of Technology, Israel Measuring Atmospheric Scattering in 3D.

The Mars Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (MRAMS) is closing in on two decades of use as a tool to investigate mesoscale and microscale circulations and dynamics in the atmosphere of Mars.

Over this period of time, there have been numerous improvements and additions to the model dynamical core, physical parameterizations, and framework. Silica aerogel has been known as a promising candidate for high performance transparent insulation material (TIM).

Optical transparency is a crucial metric for silica aerogels in many solar related applications. Both scattering and absorption can reduce the amount of light transmitted through an aerogel slab.

Due to multiple scattering, the transmittance deviates from the Beer-Lambert law. ] consists of the simulated filter pass bands and the optical path difference for each pixel, Michelson interferometer phase images, the Michelson phase step size described in section 4, the instrument, measurement and system parameters given in Tables 1 –4, the atmospheric radiance model described in section 5, and a radiometric model used.

The aim of this paper is to confirm the existence of atmospheric pressure dielectric controlled glow discharge and to describe its main behavior. Electrical measurements, short time exposure photographs, and numerical modeling were used to achieve this task.

Experimental observations and numerical simulation are in good agreement. Therefore, the analysis of the. The beam distribution of upward laser beam through sea surface is studied based on the geometrie optical theory, three dimension wave simulation and Monte Carlo simulation respectively.

Optical measurement of soot in atmospheric plumes from various sources is thus a vital, albeit challenging, scientific problem. For visible spectrum measurements of soot-laden atmospheric plumes, radiative transfer of ambient sky and sunlight into an optical detector is complicated by inscattering.

Students from Computer Simulation in Science, master students of applied and numerical mathematics but also students from atmospheric modeling.

Prerequisite: Analysis I-II Lineare Algebra I-II Numerik gewöhnlicher und partieller Differentialgleichungen: Abstract: In this lecture we will follow closely the book of Lauritzen et al. and discuss.

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point-spread function (PSF) modulated by both atmospheric turbulence and optical aberrations in the telescope and camera system. In this article, we present a full field-of-view simulation of the LSST images by modeling both the atmosphere and the system optics with the most current data for the telescope and camera specifications and the.

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