551.521 Simulation of atmospheric parameters of two-dimensional fields in problems of laser remote sensing
The objective of this research is to examine the problem of simulating two-dimensional fields of atmospheric backscattering aerosol coefficient and speed of atmospheric wind. The problem is essential for mathematical simulation of laser remote sensing systems and laser location systems. For wind correlation lidar we selected optimal simulation parameters with regard to simulation time and conformity of atmospheric field parameters and their statistical characteristics with set-up statistical characteristics. The findings of the research illustrate that for small sized atmospheric irregularities it is more effective to use the forming filter method, but for large sized atmospheric irregularities the spectral method is the most effective simulation method.
Ivanov S., Gorodnichev V., Belov M., Mikhaylovskaya M. Simulation of atmospheric parameters of two-dimensional fields in problems of laser remote sensing. Маthematical Modeling and Coтputational Methods, 2015, №4 (8), pp. 110-121