3 edition of Oceanic sound scattering prediction found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Neil R. Andersen and Bernard J. Zahuranec.|
|Series||Marine science ; v. 5|
|Contributions||Andersen, Neil R., Zahuranec, Bernard J., United States. Office of Naval Research. Ocean Science and Technology Division.|
|LC Classifications||QC242 .O25|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 859 p. :|
|Number of Pages||859|
|LC Control Number||77003445|
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Oceanic sound scattering prediction. New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Neil R Andersen; Bernard J Zahuranec; United States. Office of Naval Research. Ocean Science and Technology Division. Scatterplot of predicted versus measured volume scattering strengths.
X-axis is Sv calculated from second averages of, dS dz, dT dz, and N. Y-axis is measured acoustic scatter at one meter. Abstract. Oceanic sound scattering prediction book It has been known for several decades that there exists in all the Oceanic sound scattering prediction book oceans a sonic scattering layer which during the day is often found between and m depth, but which divides at night into components that rise close to the surface and others that stay at by: Sound Propagation through the Stochastic Ocean provides a comprehensive treatment of developments in the field of statistical ocean acoustics over the last 35 years.
This will be of fundamental interest to oceanographers, marine biologists, geophysicists, engineers, applied mathematicians, and physicists.  The first near coincident measurements of acoustic backscatter and temperature/velocity microstructure confirm theoretical predictions that oceanic turbulence scatters sound.
Not only are acoustic backscatter at kHz and turbulent microstructure unambiguously correlated on a patch‐by‐patch basis, but measured scattering amplitudes agree with theoretical predictions for Cited by: The applicability conditions for the concept of a directivity pattern (a scattering amplitude) in the problems of waveguide propagation are formulated.
The consideration is based on the solution of the Sturm-Liouville problem. The results of the comparison between these conditions and the analogous conditions obtained earlier in the ray approximation are discussed.
Farquhar, “Biological sound scattering in the oceans: a review,” in Oceanic Sound Scattering Prediction, edited by N. Andersen and B. Zahuranec (Plenum, New York, ), pp. – Google Scholar. Light scattering in condensed matter can be classified according to the frequency change of the scattered radiation.
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A stochastic bubble‐layer scattering model has recently been developed that uses as input the horizontal wave‐number spectrum of the sound‐speed fluctuations in the bubble layer [K.
Gilbert and L. Wang, J. Acoust. Soc. 90, (A) ()]. The wave‐number spectrum is of the form P(K)=AK−β, where β≊4 is a nearly universal constant that has been inferred from 11 different.
analogous to the standard classical temperature spectrum given in Goodman . f SðÞ¼k x c Se 1 3k 5 3 x þc S n e 1 2k 1 e 4k2 x n ðÞ e 2k S ð2Þ is the rate of turbulent energy dissipation, n = 10 6 m2/sisthecoefficientofviscosity,and,k S = 10 9 m2/s is the coefficient of diffusivity of salt (k.
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This form of suggests the name volume scattering function (commonly abbreviated as VSF) and the physical interpretation of scattered intensity per unit incident irradiance per unit volume of water. In the language of a physicist, the VSF also can be interpreted as the differential scattering cross section per unit volume.
Integrating over all directions (solid angles) gives the total scattered. Significance of scattering by oceanic particles at angles around degree Xiaodong Zhang,1,* Emmanuel Boss,2 and Deric J. Gray3 1Department of Earth System Science and Policy, University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North DakotaUSA 2School of Marine Science, University of Maine, Orono, MaineUSA 3US Naval Research Laboratory CodeWashington.
Ocean Optics Web Book is a collaborative web-based book on optical oceanography. Low-frequency underwater sound speed variations due to oceanic bubbles, p. In M.J. Buckingham and J.R. Potter [eds.], Sea J.M. and M.S. Twardowski, Angular shape of the oceanic particulate volume scattering function in the backward direction.
Full-wave simulation of the forward scattering of sound in a structured ocean: A comparison with observations Michael A. Wolfsona) Earth System Science Center, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania John L.
Spiesbergerb) Department of Meteorology, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania International Workshop on Low-Frequency Propagation and Noise, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, October, / By.
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Burley, Russell H. Thomas NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA, USA And Yueping Guo NEAT Consulting Seal Beach, CA, USA 22nd AIAA/CEAS Aeroacoustics Conference Lyon, France June 1, AIAA Paper 1. The deep scattering layer, sometimes referred to as the sound scattering layer, is a name given to a layer in the ocean consisting of a variety of marine was discovered through the use of sonar, as ships found a layer that scattered the sound and was thus sometimes mistaken for the this reason it is sometimes called the false bottom or phantom bottom.
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