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DOPPLER FEATURES FROM WIND TURBINE SCATTERING IN THE PRESENCE OF GROUND

By A. Naqvi, N. Whitelonis, and H. Ling

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Abstract:
We study the Doppler features of electromagnetic scattering from a wind turbine with rotating blades in the presence of ground. Image theory in conjunction with a shooting-and-bouncing ray code, Ahilo, is used to carry out the dynamic signature simulation. The observed features in the simulation are corroborated with laboratory measurements. In addition, the Doppler features from a wind turbine in the presence of a moving ground is simulated and analyzed.

Citation:
A. Naqvi, N. Whitelonis, and H. Ling, "Doppler Features from Wind Turbine Scattering in the Presence of Ground," Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters, Vol. 35, 1-10, 2012.
doi:10.2528/PIERL12081004

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