Services - Software | Module: One-Particle T-Matrix Formalism

Overview

This module based on the One-Particle Single T-Matrix formalism* offers the following calculations capabilities:

 

  • Far-Field Orientation and Polarization average calculations of independent ensembles of  axi-symmetric particles.

 

  • Far-Field calculations of independent ensembles of  axi-symmetric particles with fixed orientation.

 

  • Near-Field Orientation and Polarization average calculations of a single axi-symmetric particle.

 

  • Near-Field calculations of and single axi-symmetric particles with fixed orientation.

 

It can be used appart or in combination with other modules to conduct more complex studies and especially:

 

  • The Quasi Crystalline Approximation (QCA)  module.

  • The interference Approximations (ITA) module.

  • The N-FLUX  module.



EXAMPLE 2

Near-Field Calculation: fixed orientation

Dielectric spheres with eccentric and concentric spherical inclusions

"Local field intensity in aggregates illuminatedby diffuse light: T matrix approach"

J.C.Auger B.Stout

Applied Optics, Vol. 47, No. 16  (2008)

EXAMPLE 1

Far-FIeld Calculation: fixed orientation

Dielectric axi-symmetric capsule

"Angularly resolved light scattering from aerosolized spores: observations and calculation"

J.-C. Auger, K. B. Aptowicz, R. G. Pinnick, Yong.Le Pan and R. K. Chang

Optics Letters 32(23) 2007

EXAMPLE 3

Orientation average scattering efficiency

Dielectric sphere containing an eccentric spherical inclusion

"Optical properties of an eccentrically located pigment within an air bubble"

J.C.Auger, Ruben G. Barrera, B.Stout

Progress in Organic Coatings 49, pp. 74-83 (2004)

"Scattering properties of rutile pigments located eccentrically within microvoids"

J.C.Auger B.Stout R.G.Barrera F.Curiel

JQSRT 70, pp 675-695 (2001)

EXAMPLE 4

Far-Field Calculation: polarization an orientation averages

Fe2O3 dielectric sphroidal particles optical properties in the Visible Range