Low-Frequency Active Array Calculations in a Shallow Channel
Scandrett, Clyde L.
Canright, David R.
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The acoustical performance of a submerged linear array of spherical shells in shallow water is examined by combining the T-Matrix method of solving for multiple acoustic interactions among separate bodies, with a model for the ocean as a _uid layer over a half-space of a distinct _uid. The system of source and re_ected waves is analyzed by standard approximate contour integration techniques, valid for the far _eld of the array. Calculations using the results show the e_ects of shallow water on array performance.
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