Modeling the Response of Electromagnetic Induction Sensors to Inhomogeneous Magnetic Soils With Arbitrary Relief

@article{Druyts2009ModelingTR,
  title={Modeling the Response of Electromagnetic Induction Sensors to Inhomogeneous Magnetic Soils With Arbitrary Relief},
  author={Pascal Druyts and Yogadhish Das and Christophe Craeye and Marc Acheroy},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing},
  year={2009},
  volume={47},
  pages={2627-2638}
}
A general model to compute the response of an electromagnetic induction sensor to a magnetic soil, in both time and frequency domains, is developed. The model requires modest computational resources and can be applied to arbitrary soil inhomogeneities and relief, and to arbitrary sensor coil shapes, orientations, and positions. Central to the model is the concept of a head sensitivity map, which can be used to characterize the sensor head as a function of the shape, size, and position of the… CONTINUE READING

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