Lightning-Inverse Reconstruction by Remote Sensing and Numerical-Field Synthesis


An inverse remote-sensing procedure is presented for reconstructing the spatial waveform of the lightning return stroke current throughout a numerical-field synthesis procedure, based on working regularization methods. The approach uses as input data the acquisition of time-domain recordings of the electric and/or magnetic field generated by the lightning current, at various locations on the ground and converts these signals into harmonics by Fourier decomposition. This combination between the proposed solving procedures and harmonic filtering yields numerical results that are in good agreement with the testing functions.


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