2D model in near-field microwave temperature tomography with a scanning diffraction grating
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Equations have been derived to solve the inverse problem of reconstructing the Fourier expansion coefficients for the temperature of a medium as a function of coordinate along elementary layers. These coefficients are reconstructed from the known similar expansion coefficients for the thermal energy flux at the diffraction grating output as a function of the grating displacement along the medium surface. The grating is in the inhomogeneous wave zone.
KeywordsThermal Radiation Diffraction Order Elementary Layer Inhomogeneous Wave Heated Body
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