Olga K Voitsekhovskaya


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Olga K

SURNAME

Voitsekhovskaya

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2018-03 Validation of the Remote Method of Determining the Temperature and Concentration of High-temperature Water Vapor from the Reference Transmission Spectra in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2017-09 Application of the Method of Approximating Polynomials for the Determination of the Temperature and Concentration of Hot Carbon Dioxide from Its Transmission Spectrum in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2017-06 Analysis of Reliability of Spectral Water Vapor Line Parameters at High Temperatures in Spectroscopic Databases in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2013-11 Methodology of Laser Detection of Engine Exhaust Gases in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2013-09 Spectroscopic support of laser remote sensing of the sulfur dioxide gas in the jet of engine exhaust gases in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2013-03 The absorption of sulfur dioxide in the terahertz range at temperatures of 300–1200 K in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY PHYSICS BULLETIN
  • 2012-09 Calculation of the intensities of vibrational hydrogen sulfide transitions for remote sensing of high-temperature media in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2010-10 Determination of dunham coefficients and calculation of the energies of highly excited vibrational-rotational levels of the carbon monoxide molecule in the electronic ground state in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY PHYSICS BULLETIN
  • 2010-02 The influence of the microphysical parameters of atmospheric aerosol particles on IR radiation extinction in IZVESTIYA, ATMOSPHERIC AND OCEANIC PHYSICS
  • 2008-05 Determination of the hot gas concentration from the difference between contact and remote measurements of the temperature in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2007-06 Transmittance of a gaseous medium with allowance for the molecular absorption and aerosol scattering in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2006-09 Application of the Padé approximations to calculation of rotational energies of a triatomic linear molecule in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2005-06 Reconstruction of Gas Concentration Profiles Along the Path by Searching the Initial Moments of the Distribution in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2003-11 Calculation of the Radiating Characteristics of a Thermodynamically Nonuniform Gas Medium in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2001-08 Application of the Symmetric Top Approximation to Spectroscopy of High-Temperature Water Vapor in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2001-04 Investigation of the Spectral Characteristics of Heat Radiation of a Heated Gaseous Medium for Remote Determination of Its Temperature in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 2000-08 Information System for Calculating the Spectral Characteristics of Hot CO, CO2, and H2O Gases (Hotgas 2.0) in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 1999-06 Determination of spatial distribution of gas concentration in an inhomogeneous gas volume from integral characteristics of attenuation of laser radiation in RUSSIAN PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 1983-09 Determination of the dipole moment function of an ozone molecule on the basis of vibrational transition probabilities in SOVIET PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 1983-04 Determination of the third derivatives of the dipole moment function of CO2 in SOVIET PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 1982-05 Absorption coefficient in the wings of carbon dioxide bands in the 790–910-cm−1 spectrum range in SOVIET PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 1979-09 Quantitative analysis of the dipole-moment matrix element for molecules of symmetry C2V in SOVIET PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 1976-11 Determination of electrooptical parameters of a water vapor molecule in SOVIET PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 1972-07 Calculation of the spectral-line intensities of water vapor, taking into account the vibrational-rotational interaction in JOURNAL OF APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY
  • 1971-04 Transmission functions for the model representation of the spectra of atmospheric gases with a voigt line contour in SOVIET PHYSICS JOURNAL
  • 1968-05 Calculation of the transmission function of CO2 in the region 1–7 μ in SOVIET PHYSICS JOURNAL
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