Using VOXELS in ASAP for Modeling Fluorescence and Volume Scatter
Updated: Mar 04, 2015
Author(s): Breault Research Organization
This technical publication describes a powerful command, VOXELS, in the Advanced Systems Analysis Program (ASAP®) from Breault Research Organization (BRO). The VOXELS command in ASAP studies the flow of energy in an arbitrary volume in space. It expands our ability to model many optical effects that were previously inaccessible.
Energy flow is detected by either using three-dimensional (3D) elements, called voxels, or by multiple irradiance detectors along a selected axis. Which method is chosen depends on the user application and a clear understanding of how the VOXELS command works. This technical publication concentrates on the use of VOXELS for modeling fluorescence, and for studying the effects of another ASAP feature, volume scatter.
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