Dear Patrick, sorry I should have added more explanation with my question. Alfred wrote to me that he is already making successful calculations, but would like reference radar simulation results to compare to.
Best wishes, Stefan > On 30. Jun 2018, at 12:28, Patrick Eriksson <patrick.eriks...@chalmers.se> > wrote: > > Dear Alfred, > > A short answer as I am on vacation. It seems that you should have contacted > us earlier. If I understand what you wrote correctly, the features you > discuss are at hand in the 2.3 development version. We have now both a single > scattering and a MC module for simulating radar observations. > > So why not take a look at the latest version and see if it meets your > demands. The main persons to contact are Ian Adams and me. > > Bye, > > Patrick > > Stefan Buehler <stefan.bueh...@uni-hamburg.de> skrev: (30 juni 2018 11:55:41 > CEST) > Dear all, > > is anyone familiar with this? > > Best wishes, > > Stefan > >> Begin forwarded message: >> >> From: "良亮" <xuliang1...@qq.com> >> Subject: 回复： ARTS user >> Date: 29. June 2018 at 13:15:48 CEST >> To: "stefan.buehler" <stefan.bueh...@uni-hamburg.de> >> >> Dear Mr. Buehler >> Thank you for your reply. >> >> Yes, i want a benchmark result which simulate the reflection of rain cloud >> or whatever that ARTS can handle. For passive radiation, the widely-used >> example is raining cloud box at 19.4 GHz(see: Microwave radiative transfer >> intercomparison study for 3-D dichroic media,2006), which i get the similar >> result by using modified program. My application is to simulation active >> radiation ,but hard to find a example like above. >> >> I use the latest version 2.2.64. I change the coordinate system to >> rectangular coordinate and use Monte Carlo function directly. Changing ARTS >> from linux to windows is not so hard. Only some c++ head file and file >> addressing is different. >> >> Yours sincerely >> Alfred xu >> >> >> ------------------ 原始邮件 ------------------ >> 发件人: "stefan.buehler"<stefan.bueh...@uni-hamburg.de>; >> 发送时间: 2018年6月29日(星期五) 下午5:47 >> 收件人: "良亮"<xuliang1...@qq.com>; >> 主题: Re: ARTS user >> >> Dear Alfred, >> >> nice to hear that you are using ARTS. >> >> Is it specific data from a specific paper that you want? >> >> Which version of ARTS have you used? Do you think your modifications may be >> useful for other (Windows) users? >> >> Best wishes, >> >> Stefan >> >> > On 29. Jun 2018, at 09:44, 良亮 <xuliang1...@qq.com> wrote: >> > >> > Dear Mr. Buehler >> > >> > I'm a student from South-east university in china. I have studied >> > ARTS for several months and done some changes to this software package. I >> > managed to run ARTS under Windows and added a transmitter as microwave >> > source to simulate the reflection. However, I found it is difficult to >> > prove the validity of reflective simulation because of the lack of example >> > and data from paper. Could you help me where can i get the data? >> > >> > Yours sincerely >> > Alfred xu >> >> > > > -- > Sent from my mobile by K-9 Mail.
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