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Some methodic additions to the solution of the inverse problem for the reconstruction of the parameters of the disperse structure of mixed smokes

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The dynamics of the polarization and microstructural characteristics of smoke aerosols is considered based on spectronephelometric measurements. The practice of the solution of inverse problems of aerosol scattering from spectronephelometric data has shown that in order to reconstruct the disperse structure of mixed smokes, a more detailed determination of the refractive index of particles than in pyrolysis smokes is necessary. For the adequate reconstruction of the size spectrum of mixed smokes, the data on the complex refractive index should be refined at least for two adjacent intervals of the size scale with an intermediate boundary in a particle radius from 200 to 400 nm. Estimates show that the values of the real and imaginary parts of the refractive index vary depending on the size range of the smoke particles.

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Original Russian Text © R.F. Rakhimov, E.V. Makienko, 2010, published in Optica Atmosfery i Okeana.

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Rakhimov, R.F., Makienko, E.V. Some methodic additions to the solution of the inverse problem for the reconstruction of the parameters of the disperse structure of mixed smokes. Atmos Ocean Opt 23, 259–265 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1024856010040032

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Keywords

  • Pyrolysis
  • Smoke
  • Inverse Problem
  • Particle Size Range
  • Complex Refractive Index