Theory of microinduction measurements

Weng Cho Chew, R. L. Kleinberg

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Abstract

The authors develop theoretical models for the microinduction sensor which make it possible to better understand the response of the sensor in a wide variety of circumstances. For example, the issues of resolution, depth of investigation, standoff, coil tilt, and effect of Maxwell-Wagner charge accumulation have been clarified. It is shown how the response of the sensor can be estimated with the Born approximation and the geometrical factor theory. The full-wave theory is also considered. In addition, the use of a microinduction sensor as a probe of vertically stratified media is considered.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages1729-1730
Number of pages2
StatePublished - Dec 1 1988
EventIGARSS'88 - Remote Sensing: Moving towards the 21st Century - Edinburgh, UK
Duration: Sep 12 1988Sep 16 1988

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OtherIGARSS'88 - Remote Sensing: Moving towards the 21st Century
CityEdinburgh, UK
Period9/12/889/16/88

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Chew, W. C., & Kleinberg, R. L. (1988). Theory of microinduction measurements. 1729-1730. Paper presented at IGARSS'88 - Remote Sensing: Moving towards the 21st Century, Edinburgh, UK, .

Theory of microinduction measurements. / Chew, Weng Cho; Kleinberg, R. L.

1988. 1729-1730 Paper presented at IGARSS'88 - Remote Sensing: Moving towards the 21st Century, Edinburgh, UK, .

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Chew, WC & Kleinberg, RL 1988, 'Theory of microinduction measurements', Paper presented at IGARSS'88 - Remote Sensing: Moving towards the 21st Century, Edinburgh, UK, 9/12/88 - 9/16/88 pp. 1729-1730.
Chew WC, Kleinberg RL. Theory of microinduction measurements. 1988. Paper presented at IGARSS'88 - Remote Sensing: Moving towards the 21st Century, Edinburgh, UK, .
Chew, Weng Cho ; Kleinberg, R. L. / Theory of microinduction measurements. Paper presented at IGARSS'88 - Remote Sensing: Moving towards the 21st Century, Edinburgh, UK, .2 p.
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