PC-based propagation and sonar prediction models
Six acoustic models available for use on PC's are tested on a series of typical propagation situations from the North Atlantic and the Mediterranean. The model set includes both early US Navy models (ASTRAL, FACT, RAYMODE) and more recent European models (ALMOST, HODGSON, MOCASSIN). It is found that all models perform quite well on the selected set of test problems.
Jensen, Finn B.
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Ferla, Carlo M.; Jensen, Finn B. (NATO. SACLANTCEN, 1999/08)A set of AESS propagation-loss predictions has been generated for typical operational scenarios in both deep and shallow water, for two sonar frequencies (500 and 3500 Hz) and for several source-receiver combinations. ...
Jensen, Finn B.; Ferla, Carlo M.; Nielsen, Peter L.; Martinelli, Giovanna (NATO. SACLANTCEN, 2002/12)Today's minimum requirements for ocean acoustic models are to be able to simulate broadband signal transmissions in 2D varying environments with an acceptable computational effort. Standard
Nielsen, Peter L.; Jensen, Finn B. (NATO. SACLANTCEN, 2000/05)Three numerical acoustic models, a coupled normal-mode model (C-SNAP),