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Detection and Target-Strength Measurements of Buried Objects Using a Seismo-Acoustic Sonar
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Sidescan and multibeam sonar systems present the seabed backscatter amplitude or intensity from a series of pings as a raster image. These data have various characteristics and may be supported by associated data such as detailed bathymetry. Specialized sonar systems and software suites are available for image-based seabed classification. Acoustics. Трансформация структуры поверхности мрамора под влиянием ударной волны Щербаков И.П., Ветт.
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This thesis describes the results of field experiments in which seismo-acoustic interface (Rayleigh) waves were employed to detect and measure the target strength of mine-like test objects buried. Buy Detection and Target-Strength Measurements of Buried Objects Using a Seismo-Acoustic Sonar Reprint Edition by Patrick W Hall (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Patrick W Hall. The detection by sonar of difficult targets (including centimetre-scale plastic objects and optical fibres) buried in saturated sediment level of noise, reverberation and clutter in the received signal, the detection of resonances, the beam properties, the target strength and scattering cross-section, which in turn are influenced by the Cited by: 9.
Further, even a high grazing angle sonar approach is vastly limited by the coverage rate dictated by the finite water depth, making the detection and classification of buried objects using low.
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Acoustics of natural environment. Hydroacoustics. Passive, broadband suppression of radiation of low-frequency sound Oleg A. Godin, Alexander B. Baynes J. ()] has continued with examination of the target strengths of buried test targets as well as targets of interest, and has also examined detection and confirmatory classification of these, all using arrays of seismic sources and receivers as well as.
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Fusion of Local Statistical Parameters for Buried Underwater Mine Detection in Sonar Imaging. NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) Maussang, F.; Rombaut, M.; Chanussot.On the other hand, in working with higher acoustic frequencies, a better image resolution would allow detection and classification of small, shallow buried objects such as anti-personnel land mines,41 which is a major humanitarian issue that has attracted the interest of U.N.
and the highly industrialized countries in North America and Europe.Masking sound 44 dBA was produced using centralized pink noise generator and ceiling loudspeakers. The spectrum reminded ventilation noise.
Initial background noise level was 36 dBA. Acoustic measurements showed that masking sound reduced the radius of distraction rD from 15 m to 7 m, i.e.
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