A study of the influence of gravity waves in a water-filled waveguide.
Ebert, Rolf Herbert.
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A simple theory is developed which describes the fluctuation of a sound signal due to the influence of a standing gravity wave in a water-filled waveguide with idealized boundary conditions . The theory predicts a strong resonance of the fluctuation if the wave length of the surface wave is one-half of the acoustic wave length. The presence of this resonance is verified experimentally.
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