Modeling of Sonar Transducers and Arrays
by George Benthien, Stephen Hobbs
Number of pages: 227
Tutorial describing some of the mathematical tools used in the modeling of Sonar transducers and arrays. Topics include The Acoustic Wave Equation, Acoustic Array Interactions, The Helmholtz and Kirchhoff Integral Equations, Infinite Element Methods, The Wave Envelope Method, Doubly Asymptotic Methods, T-Matrix Methods, The Finite Element Method (structural, fluid, piezoelectric, and magnetostrictive ), Simple Variational Approximations, and Structure-Acoustic Coupling.
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