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Tables related to radiation emerging from a planetary atmosphere with Rayleigh scattering

Kinsell L. Coulson

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Published
**1960**
by University of California Press in Berkeley
.

Written in English

- Solar radiation.,
- Radiation.

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Rayleigh scattering. |

Statement | [by] Kinsell L. Coulson, Jitendra V. Dave [and] Zdenek Sekera. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QC911 .C82 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 548 p. |

Number of Pages | 548 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL5799900M |

LC Control Number | 60013021 |

OCLC/WorldCa | 2013980 |

"Radiative Transfer is the definitive work in the field. It provides workers and students in physics, nuclear physics, astrophysics, and atmospheric studies with the foundation for the analysis of stellar atmospheres, planetary illumination, and sky radiation. Though radiative transfer has been investigated chiefly as a phenomenon of astrophysics, in recent years it has attracted the. Theoretically derived values of the directional intensity of radiation emerging from both the top and the bottom of a Rayleigh scattering atmosphere are presented graphically. The model assumes a plane-parallel atmosphere illuminated by the sun, with either a completely absorbing planetary surface or Lambert ground reflection.

If you are a book buff and are looking for legal material to read, tables related to radiation emerging from a planetary atmosphere wit rayleigh scattering, public communication campaigns: volume 4, tchaikovsky Page 2/4. Download File PDF How To Combine Documents. Atmospheric molecules scatter the solar radiation producing a blue sky of diffuse polarized radiance Tables related to radiation emerging from a planetary atmosphere with rayleigh scattering. Deuze J.L., Breon F.M., Devaux C., Goloub P., Herman M., Lafrance B., Maignan F., Marchand A., Nadal F., Perry G., Tanre D. Remote sensing of aerosols.

The computations are based on Rayleigh's well-known scattering law. Data are given for eight different wavelengths from A to 10,A, as a function of altitude above the planetary surface. Fractional transmission of direct solar radiation is then computed for selected cases. Atmospheric Scattering •Mie Scattering –particles that have a mean diameter to 10 times the incident wavelength –examples: water vapor, smoke particles, fine dust –scattering intensity is proportional to l-4 to l0 (depending on particle diameter) •Clear atmosphere has both Rayleigh and Mie scattering. Their combined influence is.

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Tables related to radiation emerging from a planetary atmosphere with Rayleigh scattering [Coulson, Kinsell L] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tables related to radiation emerging from a planetary atmosphere with Rayleigh scatteringAuthor: Kinsell L Coulson. P. Sheppard, Tables Related to Radiation Emerging from a Planetary Atmosphere with Rayleigh Scattering K.

Coulson, J. Dave & Z. Sekera (8½ in. × 11 in., xii + pp., University of California Press, ), Geophysical Journal International, Volume 5, Issue 1, JuneP : P.

Sheppard. Tables related to radiation emerging from a planetary atmosphere with Rayleigh scattering. Berkeley, University of California Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Coulson, Kinsell L.

Tables related to radiation emerging from a planetary atmosphere with Rayleigh scattering. Berkeley, University of California Press, (OCoLC) Tables related to radiation emerging from a planetary atmosphere with Rayleigh scattering. By Kinsell L Coulson. Abstract. Mode of access: Internet Topics: Radiation, Solar radiation.

Author: Kinsell L Coulson. The scattering processes in the planetary atmosphere are described by the Rayleigh-Cabannes phase matrix.

The primary radiation field is generated by constant isotropic internal sources. The Author: Tõnu Viik. The vector equation of radiative transfer is solved both for conservative and non-conservative planetary atmospheres using the method of discrete ordinates.

The atmosphere, bounded by a Lambert bottom, is considered plane-parallel and homogeneous. The scattering in the atmosphere obeys the Rayleigh or Rayleigh-Cabannes law. The compiled package of FORTRAN codes allows us to find the Stokes. Dave, and Z. Sekera, T ables related to radiation emerging from a planetary atmosphere with Rayleigh scattering (University of California Press, Berk eley, ).

[6] V. Coulson, K. L., Dave, J. V., & Sekera, Z.Tables Related to Radiation Emerging From a Planetary Atmosphere With Rayleigh Scattering (Berkeley, CA: Univ. California Press) Google Scholar Fuller, F.

& Hyett, B.Calculations of Chandrasekhar's X- and Y-Functions and Their Analogs for Noncoherent Isotropic Scattering, NASA-TN-D. COULSON, J. DAVE and Z. SEKERA, Tables Related to Radiation Emerging from a Planetary Atmosphere with Rayleigh Scattering, University of California Press, Berkeley, Los Angeles ().

KAHLE, and Z. SEKERA, Scattering Functions for Rayleigh Atmospheres of Arbitrary Thickness, The RAND Corporation, Report No. RPR (November ). tioned, he published anothe bookr, Tables Related to Radiation Emerging from a Planetary Atmosphere with Rayleigh Scattering (wit Jh.

Dave and Z. Sekera in H)e also wrot ae biography of Sir David Brewster bes, t known to AMS reader fos r. Calculations have been performed for scattering in the incident plane from a Rayleigh scattering medium for various albedos and optical thicknesses.

Tables Related to Radiation Emerging from a Planetary Atmosphere with Rayleigh Scattering (University of Calif. Press, Berkeley, ).

This paper reviews scattering theory required for analysis of light reflected by planetary atmospheres. Section 1 defines the radiative quantities which are observed.

Section 2 demonstrates the dependence of single-scattered radiation on the physical properties of the scatterers. Section 3 describes several methods to compute the effects of multiple scattering on the reflected light.

[41] Coulson KL, Dave JV, Sekera Z. Tables related to radiation emerging from a planetary atmosphere with Rayleigh scattering.

Berkeley: University of California Press, [42] Wauben WMF, Hovenier JW. Polarized radiation of an atmosphere containing randomly-oriented spheroids. J Quant Spectrosc Radiat Transfer ; 47(6): An entirely rigorous method for the solution of the equations for radiative transfer based on the matrix operator theory is reviewed.

The advantages of the present method are: (1) all orders of the reflection and transmission matrices are calculated at once; (2) layers of any thickness may be combined, so that a realistic model of the atmosphere can be developed from any arbitrary number of.

Coulson, Kinsell L., Jitendra, V. Dave, and Zdenek, Sekera, Tables Related to Radiation Emerging from a Planetary Atmosphere with Rayleigh Scattering (Univ. Tables Related to Radiation Emerging from a Planetary Atmosphere with Rayleigh Scattering K. Coulson, J. Dave & Z. Sekera (8½ in.

× 11 in., xii + pp., University of California Press, ). Tables Related to Radiation Emerging from a Planetary Atmosphere with Rayleigh Scattering. University of California Press, Correction for the Coulson's et al. Rayleigh tables: Nataraj V., Li K.-F., and Young Y.I., Rayleigh scattering in planetary atmospheres: corrected tables through accurate computation of X and Y functions.

This last circumstance is especially useful for the evaluation of an atmosphere's aerosol content. In general, the radiation emerging from a scattering atmosphere is a simple consequence of the scattering of incident solar radiation by scatterers that are smaller than or comparable to the wavelength of the scattered radiation.

As shown in figuremost of the scattered light has the same frequency ν' as the incident light ν, and such scattering is known as Rayleigh scattering: ν' = ν. In fact, Rayleigh scattering is responsible for the brightness of the sky, as sunlight is scattered by individual molecules in the atmosphere.

There is no real difficulty in writing down the exact Rayleigh scattering series, and for the Earth's small atmosphere thickness T truncating this series can supply simple approximate formulae.

In contrast, for the equations of the continuous formulation, rather involved manipulation casts the exact solution in terms of infinite products, requiring, ultimately, numerical evaluation. The method of Chandrasekhar is used to compute the parameters that characterize the scattered light leaving the top of a Rayleigh atmosphere.

The atmosphere of this model lies above a smooth water surface, which reflects light according to Fresnel’s law. The combined atmosphere and water is called the Fresnel model. The results for the Fresnel model are compared with corresponding results.output for an aerosol-free atmosphere (Rayleigh scattering and absorption only) to the exact results of Coulson et al.

Tables Related to Radiation Emerging from a Planetary Atmosphere with Rayleigh Scattering. University of California Press, Berkeley.A complete quantitative solution, in the form of equations and tables of functions, is given for the problem of the magnitudes and polarizations of the directional and total fluxes of radiation emerging from the upper and lower boundaries of a plane-parallel Rayleigh atmosphere.