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By A. N. Barkhatov

The ebook is anxious with the appliance of modeling ideas and tactics to the research of sound propagation within the sea. The modeling procedure presents a way for learning the legislation governing the sound fields within the sea and in different, comparable media less than managed laboratory stipulations and will be utilized in underwater acoustics as a coroHary to box experiments. the tactic has an a variety of benefits, central of that are the relative simplicity and coffee fee of version exams through com­ parison with fuH-scale exams less than oceanic stipulations, the excessive accuracy of acoustical mea­ surements, first-class reproducibility of the dimension effects, and the potential of swiftly various the experimental stipulations, which, in contrast to the stipulations of box experiments, are below entire keep an eye on. For the modeling of sound propagation within the sea the latter is handled, looking on the matter to be solved, both as a volume-homogeneous medium or as a medium owning average and randomly-distributed inhomogeneities. We direct our basic realization within the e-book to the modeling of layered-inhomogeneous media, yet we additionally talk about separate difficulties touching on the research of sound propagation within the sea. it's verified in examples how modeling is hired to enquire the sound box within the ocean for yes regular vertical distributions of the rate of sound within the ocean.

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05 sec. If the motion of the re- * The gating system can be tuned in principle for the transmission of any des ired sound pulses, for example those reflected from the bottom. 6M 750 (a) IH (b) Fig. 11. Schematic of the detector circuit (a) and balanced circuit (b). ceiver along the tank is slow enough (say, 5 to 10 ern/sec) the voltage on the detector load has time to follow the amplitude variation of the received high-frequency pulse. The positive voltage taken from the detector load can also be transmitted to the cathode follower 13.

12). §7] SCANNING OF THE SOUND FIELD 27 With uniform displacement of the carriage and receiver along the tank the pulse amplitude varies on the oscilloscope screen 1. By tracing the variation of the investigated pulse it is possible to align the sighting arm 2 manually with the vertex of the pulse by means of the knob 3, which is mounted on the axis of the linear potentiometer 4 (if the pulse has a large width, its middle portion can be traced). The magnitude of the constant voltage taken from the· contacts a and b of the potentiometer in this case is proportional to the pulse amplitude on the oscilloscope screen.

Two sound channels will coexist, one near the surface and one at a deeper level. T he F ie 1 d in aSound C hanne 1. We now consider the sound field in surface and underwater sound channels under model conditions [10]. * The pulsewidth T is estimated by comparison with the width AT of a signal at the point of observation. The total width of the signal is equal to the difference between the arrival times at the observation point of the first and last pulses over the shortest and longest physical paths.

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