A Verification Method of Thermo- infrared Remote Sensing Temperature Retrieval Algorithm with a CFD Model

A Verification Method of Thermo- infrared Remote Sensing Temperature Retrieval Algorithm with a CFD Model

Yong Zhang1,*, Zhiqiang Yao1, Yingbao Yang2, Leqin Zhang1, Xin Pan2
1College of Natural Resources and Environment, Chizhou University, No.199 Muzhi Road,Chizhou 247000, China
2School of Earth Science and Engineering, Hohai University, 8 Buddha CityWest Road, Nanjing 210098,China

American Journal of Geographical Research and Reviews

Due to the thermal infrared remote sensing inversion of surface corresponds to the surface temperature of the image pixels is planar, the inversion algorithm of authentication, rarely considering the reference temperature data and inversion of surface temperature on like yuan scale problems.ENVI – met based on the CFD model to simulate the nanjing jiangning district land surface temperature, and by the methods of measurement of analog temperature verification, proved ENVI – met the error of the model to simulate the surface temperature of 0.6 0C, meet the verification accuracy of temperature inversion algorithm.Using ENVI – met model of Landsat8 data.

Keywords: land surface temperature; CFD; ENVI-met; cross validation

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Yong Zhang,Zhiqiang Yao,Yingbao Yang,Leqin Zhang,Xin Pan. A Verification Method of Thermo – infrared Remote Sensing Temperature Retrieval Algorithm with a CFD Model. American Journal of Geographical Research and Reviews, 2018; 1:9. DOI:10.28933/ajgrr-2018-03-2801


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