An introduction to the sonar equations with applications (revised)
Coppens, Alan B.
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This report provides an introduction to the SONAR equations for those interested in inderwater sound as applied to ASW but lacking either the mathematical background or the time for a more rigorous presentation. While thiss material should be supplemented by lectures or a study guide, we have attempted to design the material so that it is reasonably self-explanatory, communicating many of the essential concepts without requiring extensive verbal amplificatioin. The unusual format has been deliberately chosen to facilitate these goals, and our experiences in prersenting these materials have seemed to justify this choice. It is assumed that the reader has some familiarity with trigonometric functions and either has or will develop with the aid of the appendix the facility of handling scientific notation and logarithmic operations.
NPS Report NumberNPS-61-79-006
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