lect_151 - Computational Ocean Acoustics 13.853 Ray Tracing...

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COMPUTATIONAL OCEAN ACOUSTICS 13.853 Lecture 15 Computational Ocean Acoustics • Ray Tracing • Wavenumber Integration • Normal Modes • Parabolic Equation
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COMPUTATIONAL OCEAN ACOUSTICS 13.853 Lecture 15 Normal Modes • Modes for Range-Dependent Envir. – Coupled Modes (5.9) – One-way Coupled Modes – Adiabatic Modes – SEALAB Propagation Modeling Environment • Modes in 3-D Environments – Continuously coupled modes – Adiabatic Approximation – 3-D Propagation in 2-D Environments – General 3-D Modal Propagation Framework • SEALAB Passive and Active Sonar Simulator
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COMPUTATIONAL OCEAN ACOUSTICS 13.853 Lecture 15 Simulation and Stimulation of Sonar Signal Processing Frameworks Real Expt SEALAB SIM/STIM Data Collection Signal Processing Detection/ Classification Display Inversion Passive Tomography Modal Database Steering Vectors Environmental Database
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COMPUTATIONAL OCEAN ACOUSTICS 13.853 Lecture 15 SEALAB Graphical User Interface Filter Modeling Heuristics Data files - Scripts Legacy Codes Wave-theory Acoustic models Source/Receiver Dynamics
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This note was uploaded on 02/24/2012 for the course MECHANICAL 2.068 taught by Professor Henrikschmidt during the Spring '03 term at MIT.

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