Beginning with a review of the current need for identification of buried and surface unexplored ordnance such as mines, shells, bombs, this book then explains existing techniques for electromagnetic detection of such targets. A detailed treatment of target signatures (natural frequencies and related parameters) for identification and discrimination of false alarms is also given.
Table of Contents
Preface Contributors 1.Unexploded Ordinance(UXO): The Problem 2.An Overview of Electromagnetic Methods in Subsurface Detection 3.The SEM Representation if Scattering From Perfectly Conducting Targets in Simple Lossy Media 4.Concerning the Identification of Buried Dielectric Targets 5.Characteristic Resonance Identification Techniques for Buried Targets Seen by Ground Penetrating Radar 6.Low-Frequency Near-Field Magnetic Scattering From Highly, But Not Perfectly, Conducting Bodies 7.The Magnetic Polarizability Dyadic and Point Symmetry 8.Eddy Current Responses of Canonical Metallic Targets 9. The SEM Representation of Acoustic and Elastodynamic Scattering 10.Acoustic Singularity Identification 11. Detection, Localization, and Characterization of Static Magnetic Dipole Sources 12.Transient Synthetic Aperture Radar and the Extraction of Anisotropic and Natural Frequency Information Index