International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 6, Issue 10, Part F (2020)
Scattering of the transmitted light by randomly rough dielectric surface
Results can be formulated in terms of the photometric scattering indicatrix, what allows their direct application to the transport theory (TT) problem as the more general boundary conditions. In addition, equations (6) and (9) in combination can be used in TT as an alternative to the well-known Henyey- Greenstein scattering indicatrix. As to the basic question formulated at the beginning of this paper about the scattering of transmitted into a dielectric medium radiation, the calculations have shown that, in the general case of a normal illumination, a light beam having passed through a randomly rough interface retains, to a high degree, its initial direction, while the angular divergence of the transmitted beam is not very high.
How to cite this article:
Vikash Raj. Scattering of the transmitted light by randomly rough dielectric surface. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(10):354-357.