Anatol D. Rozenberg

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We report laboratory measurements of nonlinear parasitic capillary waves generated by longer waves in a channel. The experiments are conducted for three frequencies of longer waves ~4, 5, and 6 Hz!, corresponding to wavelengths of approximately 11, 7, and 5 cm. For these wavelengths we apply a model developed recently by Fedorov and Melville @J. Fluid Mech.(More)
AbsfructLaboratory measurements of Ku-band scattering at grazing incidence are presented. This study was motivated by the need to understand the processes which significantly contribute to scattering at grazing incidence. A dual polarized (VV, HH) coherent pulsed Ku-band scatterometer with good temporal resolution (3 ns) was used to obtain Doppler spectra(More)
This study was stimulated by the need to identify the influence of breaking on the evolution on the short surface wave field, responsible for microwave scattering. Laboratory measurements of the fine space-time structure of short gravity-capillary waves and Ku-band scattering at grazing and moderate incidence by spilling and plunging breaking waves in a(More)
We report a hybrid solar cell based on single walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) interfaced with amorphous silicon (a-Si). The high quality carbon nanotube network was dry transferred onto intrinsic a-Si forming Schottky junction for metallic SWNT bundles and heterojunctions for semiconducting SWNT bundles. The nanotube chemical doping and a-Si surface(More)
Measurements of the fine space-time structure of short gravity-capillary waves in the presence of turbulence, as well as Ku-band scattering at grazing and moderate incidence from mechanically-generated waves in a wave channel are presented. This study was stimulated by the need to investigate the influence of nonlinear features of the scattering surface,(More)
Abstruct-Laboratory measurements of microwave scattering at grazing incidence from superposed wind and weakly nonlinear (AK<0.024) regular long waves are presented. This study is an extension of previous measurements with wind waves only. A dual polarized (VV, HH) coherent pulsed Ku-band (14 GHz) scatterometer witb temporal resolution of 3 ns was used to(More)
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