Sonars and underwater acoustics
Auteurs : Marage Jean–Paul, Mori Yvon
This book is a new and improved version of a previous work which was successful because of its approach to defining the essential basic knowledge required by someone working in the field of sonar - using a practical approach – combined with concrete examples of industrial applications. It brings together in a single volume a treatment of all the various problems which face designers and users of sonar systems.
The book covers a large, yet detailed array of the problems encountered in underwater acoustics as they are relevant to sonar applications. This ranges from the physical phenomena governing the environment and the corresponding sonar constraints, by way of techniques for the definition of transducers and antennas, to the associated types of signal processing. An underwater acoustic measurement approach is also detailed.
The scope of this book is unprecedented, and it is therefore of greater value to a student, researcher or engineer than many other works in this field, which are usually very specific. The book also provides technicians in the field with an introduction and a general survey of the problems that may be faced, and enables a wider public to gain a basic understanding of underwater acoustics and sonar.
Date de parution : 07-2010
Ouvrage de 640 p.
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