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Frequency-time correlation of surface scattered underwater sound

by Michael Francis Loomis

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Published by Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, California .
Written in English

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    Sonar (sound navigation ranging) is a technique that uses sound propagation (usually underwater, as in submarine navigation) to navigate, communicate with or detect objects on or under the surface of the water, such as other vessels. Two types of technology share the name "sonar": passive sonar is essentially listening for the sound made by vessels; active sonar is emitting pulses of sounds. rough surface ⃗ are transferred to the mean surface by expending them in a power series in small parameter λ (thus the “small”). This is done for both pressure release and rigid bottom B.C.’s. Going through the math, we obtain simple form (s) for the scattered pressure, Eqs. and of B&L.

    ambient noise and of the multiply-scattered field from sources of opportunity. Quasi-stationary approximation (Godin, ) is used to quantify effects of the sea surface and the sound speed time-dependences on feasibility of inverting noise cross-correlations for parameters of the sound speed and, especially, current velocity fields. The maximum surface of our earth is covered by 70% of water. There are lots of uses of underwater environment like oceanographic monitoring, scientific exploration, disaster monitoring and also especially for oil/gas field exploration. It is difficult to use wired system underwater conditions.

    Abstract: Describes an experiment carried out to calibrate a very low frequency sound source in deep water using a method similar to that described by Carey et al. (). In the experiment, a cw sound signal was recorded as the uncalibrated source was towed past a vertical line array out to ranges of about 3 . Kirchhoff Approximation—Scattering of Sound Waves from a Rough Surface Coherent Field in the Kirchhoff Approximation Scattering Cross Section per Unit Area of Rough Surface Probability Distribution of a Scattered Field CHAPTER 22 REMOTE SENSING AND INVERSION TECHNIQUES


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Frequency-time correlation of surface scattered underwater sound by Michael Francis Loomis Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Correlation of the scattered sound Author: Michael Francis Loomis. Effects of underwater sound and surface ripples on scattered laser light Article (PDF Available) in Acoustical Physics 54(2) March with 60 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Journal of Sound and Vibration () 70(1), SOME ASPECTS OF THE SURFACE SCATTERING OF UNDERWATER SOUND C.

GAZANHES AND.T. LEANDRE Laboratoire de Mecanique et d'Acoustique, Centre National de la Recherche Scientiftque, Marseille Cedex 2, France (Received 26 Juneand in revised form 11 September ) The mechanism of a sound wave reflection by the sea surface Author: C. Gazanhes, J. Leandre.

A large laboratory “sea” has been used to measure the spatial and temporal correlation of forward‐scattered underwater sound and to interpret this behavior from the knowledge of the corresponding correlative properties of the statistically stationary time‐varying surface.

It is shown that the laboratory sea is a scaled replica of a low wind speed low‐fetch ocean surface (Kinsman) in Cited by:   The wind‐driven surface of a large anechoic tank was used to study the interfrequency correlation between the amplitude fluctuations of 32 specularly scattered harmonic frequency components from 5 to kHz.

The temporal variations of the scattered pressure show maxima and minima that depend on the sound frequency. We find that the interfrequency correlation of. The relationship between the bandwidth of a signal and the correlation of that signal with its ocean surface reflected arrival, a quantity we term frequency correlation, has been investigated experimentally and compared with two theories.

Decorrelation of wideband surface scattered signals is a direct consequence of time spread. The acoustic measurement utilized a very short pure tone signal. The fundamental parameter characterizing surface and volume scattering is the scattering scattering strength, S, is the ratio in dB between the intensity of the sound scattered by a unit surface (1 m 2) or by a unit volume (1 m 3), measured at a distance, 1 m, from the acoustic center of the scattering surface/volume, and the incident acoustic wave intensity.

The sea surface has a significant impact on the underwater acoustic propagation (UWA) channel since the sound field is scattered, particularly in rough sea conditions. In a situation where the sea.

A wind‐driven water surface possessing the gross characteristics of a simple sea (near‐Gaussian distribution of slopes and a ratio of the upwind‐downwind slope to the cross slope) has been studied acoustically by analyzing the specular scattering of a broad range of frequencies at normal incidence surface roughness √g = 4πσ cosθ/λ ranging from to ).

Scattering of plane wave from moving body underwater with finite impedance surface and frequency-time correlation moments of an acoustic field scattered by a rough water surface with large. sound from the sea surface may now be predicted with acceptable precision.

Figures 8 and 9 show the scattered pressure field at grazing angle of 30° for the Hz and Hz frequencies. 7. W RODERICK and B. CRON Journal of the Acoustical Society of Amer Frequency spectra of forward-scattered sound from the ocean surface.

WILLIAMS Eighty-second meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Denver, Colorado, October. Estimating ocean wind wave spectra by means of underwater sound. Deterministic structures in sound reflected by gravity waves, such as focused arrivals and Doppler shifts, have implications for underwater acoustics and sonar, and the performance of underwater acoustic communications systems.

A stationary phase analysis of the Helmholtz–Kirchhoff scattering integral yields the trajectory of focused arrivals and their relationship to the curvature of the.

To obtain an expression for the scattered field of the acoustic wave, we assume that the total sound field in the half-space z > 0 is equal to: (2) p (x, y, z) = p 0 (x, y, z) + p s (x, y, z) where p 0 is the acoustic field in the absence of surface roughness, and p s is the first-order scattered field.

The statistics of the scattered sound pressure can be predicted after the statistics of the rough surface have been specified. The first pragmatic step in predicting sound scatter is to define the surface roughness in terms of those concepts developed by the physical oceanographer and geophysicist that fit the needs of the ocean acoustician.

The deterministic scatter 1 of high-frequency sound from the ocean surface has relevance to a wide variety of topics in underwater acoustics, including modeling and predicting underwater sound.

This paper considers large scattered arrays for 3D underwater acoustic positioning and imaging, where the hydrophone sensors, in the array, form a network over the total area of interest.

A method where the Generalized Cross Correlation (GCC) function is projected over the volume is being used, and 3D images are formed. In this paper we determine the discretization of these images so that they. Underwater acoustics is the study of the propagation of sound in water and the interaction of the mechanical waves that constitute sound with the water, its contents and its boundaries.

The water may be in the ocean, a lake, a river or a l frequencies associated with underwater acoustics are between 10 Hz and 1 propagation of sound in the ocean at frequencies lower than dtic ad correlation study of the underwater diffraction pattern of a corrugated air-water interface item preview.

3) The incident wave front on the surface is a plane wave, 4) He estimated the scattering of sound at very short sound wavelengths relative to the rms roughness a (ka >i, where k = 2:A/%) by one procedure and the scattering at long wavelengths of sound, ka.

Specifically, in the two papers published one year later, in [2, 3], they used random intensities on the sample surface with white light illumination instead of laser speckle patterns to track motion and deformation, adopted a simple least-squares correlation (i.e.

sum-of-squared difference, SSD) that considered the homogenous linear.Ocean Acoustics: Theory and Experiment in Underwater Sound Ivan Tolstoy, Clarence Samuel Clay Snippet view - Ivan Tolstoy, Clarence Samuel Clay Snippet view -