Underwater Acoustic Modeling and Simulation examines the translation of our physical understanding of sound in the sea into mathematical models that can simulate acoustic propagation, noise and reverberation in the ocean. These models are used in a variety of research and operational applications to predict and diagnose the performance of complex sonar systems operating in the undersea environment. Previous editions of the book have provided invaluable guidance to sonar technologists, acoustical oceanographers and applied mathematicians in the selection and application of underwater acoustic models. Now that simulation is fast becoming an accurate, efficient and economical alternative to field-testing and at-sea training, this new edition will also provide useful guidance to systems engineers and operations analysts interested in simulating sonar performance. Guidelines for selecting and using available propagation, noise and reverberation models are highlighted. Specific examples of each type of model are discussed to illustrate model formulations, assumptions and algorithm efficiency. Instructive case studies demonstrate applications in sonar simulation.LePage, K. and Schmidt, H. (1994) Modeling of low-frequency transmission loss in the central Arctic.J. Acoust. Soc. Amer., 96 ... Amer., 46, 216a26. Leroy, C.C. and ... Ocean Data Syst., Inc. Love, R.H. (1975) Predictions of volume scattering strengths from biological trawl data.J. Acoust. Soc. ... Lukas, I.J., Hess, C.A. and Osborne, K.R. (1980a) ASERT/ASEPS version 4.1 FNOC usera#39;s manual. Ocean Dataanbsp;...
|Title||:||Underwater Acoustic Modelling and Simulation, Third Edition|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2003-12-08|