Dynamic scattering by cluster of small particles: local perturbation approach

F. G. Bass, V. V. Prosentsov

Abstract


The wave scattering by moving particles (dynamic scattering) is a well known physical problem routinely occurring in practice. For the particles which are much smaller than the incident wavelength, the static scattering problem can be solved by using the local perturbation method. In this paper we apply the local perturbation approach to the problem of the dynamic scattering by the cluster of small particles. We calculate the fields scattered by the cluster of moving particles. As an example, the scattered light field and its resonance frequency are calculated for moving
sphere in scalar approximation and in vector case.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/apr.v6n5p18

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