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The study of electromagnetic scattering by nonspherical dielectric particles is performed for estimation of rain radar measurements. The shape of the particle is based on Pruppacher model and dipole moments and Mie theory are used to find radar cross section of the elliptic drops.
Phonology represents an important part of the English language; however, in the course of English language acquisition, it is rarely treated with proper attention. Connected speech is one of the aspects essential for successful communication, which comprises effective auditory perception and speech production. In this paper I explored phonemic assimilation,… (More)
Snow is the most common type of solid precipitation; therefore considerable interest is the development of remote sensing methods for studying the characteristics of snow by solving the inverse problems which based on a detailed study of such precipitation properties. The radar cross sections (RCS) of few snow types in resonant wave band are demonstrated… (More)
The calculations of scattering characteristics of polydisperse medium with ellipsoidal raindrops are considered. The novelty of the approach used is that differential radar cross section (DRCS) of ellipsoidal drops have been calculated in the framework of the Pruppacher model in the case of double-frequency sounding. The DRCS is studied in details at 8 mm,… (More)
The results of comparative calculations of radar cross section of polydisperse medium with ellipsoidal drops and Pruppacher-Pitter drops are described in paper. The data are obtained for dipole scattering, by spherical drop approximation of equivalent volume and rigorous calculation on the base of method of moments for both kinds of drops.