• OpenAccess
  • Detective Method for Water Pollution Based on Millimeter Wave Radiant Characteristics  [ICMTT 2016]
  • DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2016.43013   PP.83 - 87
  • Author(s)
  • Beibei Li, Guangfeng Zhang, Guowei Lou, Luyan Zhou, Jing Liu
  • Aim at monitoring water pollution, especially the aquatic vegetation, the multilayer dielectric model based on incoherent method is established to analysis the brightness temperature of aquatic vegetation. A 3 mm radiometer is used to measure the radiant characteristics of water pollution. Compared to 3 layer dielectric model, the simulation result of multilayer dielectric model is in better accordance with the experimental data, which shows that the multilayer dielectric model can model aquatic vegetation’s radiant characteristics more precisely. This result shows that water has millimeter wave radiant characteristics of low brightness temperature, cold target compared to aquatic vegetation. Based on the study of water’s brightness temperatures and aquatic vegetation’s radiant characteristics, the radiant characteristics can be used to monitor aquatic vegetation.

  • Multilayer Dielectric Model, Millimeter Wave, Radiant Characteristic
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