Modeling range-dependent, high-frequency, shallow-water torpedo reverberation data
The high-frequency, forward bottom losses predicted by a lossy Rayleigh and a Biot poroelastic sediment model are substantially different. These differences will accumulate and become measurable in multiple bottom bounce scenarios. Torpedo reverberation data from a sandy, shallow-water Cape Cod site provides a suitable multipath environment to examine the differences between these sediment models.
SourceIn: High Frequency Seafloor Acoustics (SACLANTCEN Conference Proceedings CP-45), 1997, pp. 291-298
Keenan, Ruth Eta;
Aidala, Frank E.