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ill-posed linear inverse problem

Thursday, September 7, 2017 - 4:35pm - 5:10pm
Marylesa Howard (National Security Technologies, LLC)
In dynamic material experiments where metal surfaces receive an extreme shock loading, it is often of interest to understand the size distribution of particles ejected from its surface. Mie scattering theory, a closed-form solution to Maxwell’s equations under assumptions such as spherical particles, suggests we can determine the ejecta size distribution by relating it to measured laser light scattered off the particles and collected at different angles.
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