The article discusses methods for solving applied problems of electrodynamics in the case of layered and vertically inhomogeneous media. Algorithms for the primary processing of GPR data are proposed. The readings of a georadar at a fixed observation point were investigated using the "selection" method. The analysis of the frequency response of the signal energy distribution by frequency components is carried out. A software implementation for determining the depth of objects and the relative permittivity of the subsurface medium is proposed. To solve this problem, a module for determining the depth and conductivity of subsurface objects is used. The computational part was carried out by the method of an approximate solution that is widespread in computational practice. As a result of the study, numerical methods have been developed for solving direct problems of electrodynamics.
|Affiliation of speaker||Karaganda Economic University of Kazpotrebsoyuz|
|Publication||IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science|