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Ocean acoustical ray-tracing

Ocean acoustical ray-tracing

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Published by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ray (Computer program),
  • Sound -- Speed.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James B. Bowlin ... [et al.].
    SeriesWHOI -- 93-10., WHOI (Series) -- 93-10.
    ContributionsBowlin, James B., Duda, Timothy F., Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination50 p. :
    Number of Pages50
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18009705M

      This last question is very important for atmosphere and ocean remote sensing where acoustic ray tracing has to be performed to know how acoustic waves propagate and from what kind of target an acoustic signal comes.   Chapter Seven Acoustical Oceanography Introduction Characteristics of Sound in the Sea The Acoustic Wave Equation The Speed of Sound Mechanical Properties of Acoustic Waves A Simple Solution to the Wave Equation Ray Tracing and the Eikonal Equation Propagation Loss Reflection and Scattering from Ocean SurfacesBook Edition: 1.

    An integrated friendly-user interactive ocean application package has been developed for computation of eigenrays for a given source - receiver configuration and subsurface and bottom environmental conditions utilizing the ray theory in MATLAB to study the Ocean Acoustic Propagation Characteristics (OAPS).   Using room acoustic modeling software HGC Engineering demonstrates the paths and reflections of three speakers' voices within a uniquely shaped synagogue space. Ray tracing is .

    In physics, ray tracing is a method for calculating the path of waves or particles through a system with regions of varying propagation velocity, absorption characteristics, and reflecting these circumstances, wavefronts may bend, change direction, or reflect off surfaces, complicating analysis. Ray tracing solves the problem by repeatedly advancing idealized narrow beams called. Ray tracing dielectrics •Like a simple mirror surface, use recursive ray tracing •But we need two rays –One reflects off the surface (same as mirror ray) –The other crosses the surface (computed using Snell’s law) •Doesn’t always exist (total internal reflection) •Splitting into two File Size: 2MB.


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A new computer program for accurate calculation of acoustic ray paths through a range-varing ocean sound channel has been written. It is based on creating a model of the speed of sound in the.

Ocean Acoustical Ray-Tracing Software RAY A new computer program for accurate calculation of acoustic ray paths through a range-varying ocean sound channel has been written.

It is based on creating a model of the speed of sound in the ocean, consistent with input data, that produces the smoothest possible by: This is a comprehensive and accessible textbook on ocean acoustics and acoustical oceanography.

Chapters provide the basic tools of ocean acoustics. The following fifteen chapters are written by many of the world's most successful ocean researchers, and describe Ocean acoustical ray-tracing book research developments.

This is an invaluable textbook for students in 5/5(1). A new computer program for accurate calculation of acoustic ray paths through a range-varing ocean sound channel has been written.

It is based on creating a model of the speed of sound in the ocean, consistent with input data, that produces the smoothest possible wavefronts. This scheme eliminates "false caustics" from the wavefront.

HARPO A 3D ray-tracing program for acoustic waves in the ocean (R.M. Jones, J.P. Riley, and T.M. Georges, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) HWT_3D_mm Huygens Wavefront Tracing in 3D for moving media (New September ) (Nikolay Zabotin, Oleg Ocean acoustical ray-tracing book.

Godin, and Liudmila Ye. Zabotina, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration). *I AD-A 5- III IiWHOI IJI 0 Woods Hole 2 Oceanographic Institution I I Ocean Acoustical Ray-Tracing * Software RAY by James B.

Bowlin dtD TI John L. Spiesberger MAR Get this from a library. HARPO: a versatile three-dimensional Hamiltonian ray-tracing program for acoustic waves in an ocean with irregular bottom. [R Michael Jones; J P Riley; T M Georges; Wave Propagation Laboratory.].

Although numerous ray tracing codes are available, none satisfy all of the present requirements of long-range ocean acoustic tomography.

Ocean acoustic tomography is described by Munk, Worcester, and Wunsch (). What is required for long-range tomography is a fast, accurate, and flexible code. The requirement of flexibility necessi. The method of Gaussian beam tracing has recently received a great deal of attention in the seismological community.

In comparison to standard ray tracing, the method has the advantage of being free of certain ray‐tracing artifacts such as perfect shadows and infinitely high energy at caustics. It also obviates the need for eigenray by: Ray Tracing: The Rest Of Your Life (Ray Tracing Minibooks Book 3) Peter Shirley.

out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ # Ray Tracing from the Ground Up Kevin Suffern. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ # Digital Representation Of The Real World Marcus A Magnor. This chapter discusses initial and boundary conditions in propagation models.

A number of propagation models such as ray tracing, normal mode theory, or the fast-field program can be used to generate the starting field. However, for many applications, it is sufficient to approximate the initial field by a.

We use a Hamiltonian ray‐tracing program called HARPO to compute the refraction by continuous three‐dimensional ocean models and display the results in Author: T. Georges, R.

Jones, J. Riley. Ocean waveguides, rough surfaces, barriers, escarpments, and seamounts 9. Scatter and transmission at ocean surfaces Part II. Studies of the Near Surface Ocean: Acoustical studies of the upper ocean boundary layer David M.

Farmer Using underwater sound to measure raindrop size distribution Jeffrey A. Nystuen Part III. Bio-Acoustical Price Range: £ - £ Acoustic waves which travel long distances in the ocean in the form of ducted propagation with less attenuation relative to other forms of energy, are used in a large number of applications in the ocean (Urick,R.J, ); for example, submarine signaling and detection, precise bathymetric measurements, sub-bottom profiling, fish finding etc.

Tomographers map mesoscale ocean structure by inverting acoustic travel-time measurements through networks of underwater paths. To know where to deploy sen Simulating ocean acoustic tomography measurements with Hamiltonian ray tracing - IEEE Journals & MagazineCited by: Ray tracing is, by definition, frequency independent and therefore the ray trajectories through the water column are valid for all frequencies.

Frequency dependency is introduced by reflections from the sea surface and the bottom, including loss associated with absorption and diffuse scattering of a rough ocean and bottom by: 4. Ocean acoustic tomography takes advantage of the fact that measurable acoustic properties such as travel-time, phase or even the full-field are related to the temperature and current velocity of the ocean.

The derivation of the temperature and current velocity profiles from the sound field measurements is the main goal of ocean acoustic tomography. Part three of a four part animation on the subject of room acoustics.

For more, see my book, Architectural Acoustics Illustrated (November ). The book. Ray tracing may be used to calculate the path of sound through the ocean up to very large distances, incorporating the effects of the SOFAR channel, as well as reflections and refractions off the ocean surface and bottom.

Acoustical Laboratory, The Technical University of Norway, Trondheim, Norway (Received 22 November ) The distribution of early reflected sound over the audience areas in concert halls is investigated, especially with respect to the shape of halls.

The study is based on geometrical acoustics, using a ray tracing technique. Ocean acoustic tomography is a technique used to measure temperatures and currents over large regions of the ocean. On ocean basin scales, this technique is also known as acoustic thermometry.

The technique relies on precisely measuring the time it takes sound signals to travel between two instruments, one an acoustic source and one a receiver, separated by ranges of – km. If the."Acoustic Sensing Techniques for the Shallow Water Environment: Inversion Methods and Experiments" ed. by Andrea Caiti, N.

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