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Impact of Soil Structure on Microwave Volume Scattering Evaluated by a Two-Dimensional Numerical Model
Soil volumetric structure is an important parameter for tillage operation. The aim of this paper is to assess whether volume characteristics can be inferred from radar measurements. A 2-D numericalExpand
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Three-Dimensional Numerical Modeling of a Capacitance Probe: Application to Measurement Interpretation
In this study, a three-dimensional model represents a capacitance probe measurement. It is based on Laplace's equation, which is solved using the Finite Element Method. A three-dimensional model canExpand
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Three-Dimensional Numerical Modeling of a Capacitance Probe
In this study, a three-dimensional model represents a capacitance probe measurement. It is based on Laplace's equation, which is solved using the Finite Element Method. A three-dimensional model canExpand
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Application of the Parallel Computing Technology to a Wave Front Model Using the Finite Element Method
The Time Domain Reflectometry probe is a new technique applied to moisture measurement. It is a wave guide stuck in the ground. The wave crosses a variable electric properties medium. We develop aExpand
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Comparative study of a stalagmite sample by stratigraphy, laser induced fluorescence spectroscopy, EPR spectrometry and reflectance imaging
Abstract In the last few years, it has been shown that multi-proxy data are recorded in speleothems and that these secondary deposits can be used to retrieve records of environmental evolution inExpand
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Numerical Model of Complex Porous Media
In complex porous media we often notice a percolation phenomenon [KIR 71] [GRI 89]. Usually these media present discontinuous characteristics and a random space distribution [LET 00] [BIR 95]. ThereExpand
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Electromagnetic wave propagation in polarizable wet media : application to a TDR probe
The time domain reflectometry (TDR) probe is a technique applied to soil moisture measurement. This probe is a waveguide composed of two or three parallel metallic rods inserted in the ground,Expand
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Simulation of a Compressible Flow by the Finite Element Method Using a General Parallel Computing Approach
We have developed a coherent set of techniques for parallel computing. We have used the Finite Element Method associated with the C++ Object-Oriented Programming with only one database. A techniqueExpand
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A Numerical Tool for Transmission Lines
The electric line numerical study is usually made through a harmonic approach with the impedance concept based on the Finite Difference discretization in both the time and space domains. TheseExpand
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Modeling of Electromagnetic Waves in Media with Dirac Distribution of Electric Properties
  • A. Chambarel, H. Bolvin
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • International Conference on Computational Science
  • 22 May 2005
We develop a new numerical approach of the electromagnetic wave propagation in a complex media model. We use a new Finite Element Method for space discretization and a finite difference method inExpand