Strong permittivity fluctuation theory of random media: Part I: nonspherical scatterers
The strong permittivity fluctuation theory is applied to investigate the electromagnetic wave propagation in inhomogeneous media embedded with randomly positioned and randomly oriented nonspherical scatterers. Both bilocal approximation and low-frequency approximation are used to derive the random medium effective permittivities for the full space case. An isotropic model of random media is obtained due to the chosen geometry of scatterers as well as due to the chosen equal correlation lengths in two space directions. Using the given stochastic model, a first moment of random electromagnetic field can be directly computed. For the purposes of effective computation of permittivities, a FORTRAN 77 program is developed and approved. The developed random medium model was applied with success in sea ice investigation of its dielectric properties.
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