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At 25Hz, the wavelength is nearly equal to the sediment thickness. At the lower frequencies, basement interaction is no longer negligible and the erroneous inputs show their effects. A series of S A F A R I runs were made to determine the degree of influence of the semi-infinite concrete basement at the four frequencies of interest. These additional runs were m a d e without the concrete basement. Instead, the bottom was modeled as a semi-infinite epoxy basement. The resulting transmission loss contour showed a negligible variation of the field at 25 and 30Hz, a somewhat poorer propagation at 20Hz, and a totally different field at 15Hz.
X^ j=l j=l ;=1 ^=1 where (28) ^')=2AXn, ;=i A = -;'wag(Z)/^ 18 S. /I. L. CZegg and J. M. R^ey The acoustic field is then obtained as before by writing the field in the form (29) ^=Ax n'^y)' i J ^ — ^ ^ - n^^/)' i J -—^—^*; U=i J-^-=. ^y where the angle of incidence onto each surface is n o w taken as die angle from the source displaced by x,/-" rather than the actual source position. This leads to an expression for the acoustic field which is identical to (21) but with -V replaced by the magnitude of the reflection coefficient and the source images shifted by x/-')=(x/-",y/^,0).
Acci^f. &3C. , 95, pp 2437-2440, 1994 Acoustic Interactions with Submerged Elastic Structures, Part III, pp. 31-54 edited by A. Guran, A. D e Hoop, D. Guicking and F. on and Control of Systems Series B/ Vo^. ) World Scientific Publishing Company M O D E L I N G O F S O U N D PROPAGATION O V E R A SHEAR-SUPPORTING SEDIMENT LAYER A N D SUBSTRATE J U A N I. , D C 20064 A series of model tank measurements carried out by Glegg et al. at Florida Atlantic University (FAU) has furnished data for range-independent and for downslope sound propagation over consolidated bottom sediments simulating the ocean floor.
Acoustic interactions with submerged elastic structures. : Part III, Acoustic propagation and scattering, wavelets, and time frequency analysis a Herbert Überall festschrift volume by Hans A Bethe; A Guran; Herbert Überall; et al