International Conference in Shallow-Water Acoustics
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The International Conference in Shallow-Water Acoustics (known as SWAC '97) was successfully held in Beijing, China, from April 21 to 25, 1997. There were many participating countries. The conference consisted of invited and contributed papers on important topics of shallow-water acoustics. A major accomplishment is that SWAC '97 and the post-conference tour have led to a strong dialog with the Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Singaporean, Russian and Indian scientists. An international steering group workshop to investigate the scientific, engineering and logistic rationales that might form the basis for a collaborative international experiment in the seas of China is now in the planning.
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Zhou, J.X.; Rogers, P.H. (1997-09);Shallow water acoustics is currently a topic of great interest world-wide. Strong boundary interaction, multipath propagation and a complex and variable environment make it an extremely challenging field. An international ...
Report of the Office of Naval Research Phase II International Workshop on Shallow-Water Acoustics, Seattle, June 27, 1998 Denner, Warren W.; Chiu, Ching-Sang (Monterey, California. Naval Postgraduate School, 1998-09); NPS-OC-98-005PRUnder the sponsorship of the Office of Naval Research Ocean Acoustic Program, U.S. and Asian Pacific Rim scientists have initiated a joint effort to design and conduct an international experiment to study shallow water ...
Giraldo, F.X. (2001);The spectral element method for the two-dimensional shallow water equations on the sphere is presented. The equations are written in conservation form and the domains are discretized using quadrilateral elements obtained ...