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The influence of ocean waves in shallow water problems

AuthorsKormann, Jean ; Ranz Guerra, Carlos ; Fernández, Alejandro
KeywordsOcean waves
Underwater acoustics
Shallow water case
Acoustic propagation
Numerical models
Issue DateAug-2005
PublisherScientific Society for Optics, Acoustics, Motion Picture and Theater Technology (Hungary)
CitationProceedings of ForumAcusticum 2005 Budapest. HYD: Hydroacoustics ; 629-0
AbstractIn this paper we present the influence of ocean waves in shallow water scenarios which have geometric dimensions of about several times the acoustic wavelength. Typically, this concerns coastal zones. It is well known that ocean waves are a source of scattering, have dispersive behaviour, and that at low frequencies are a source of noise. We will base our work on measurements realized in shallow water conditions, an attempt to model ocean waves and include them in existing codes of acoustic propagation using finite difference schemes. Additionally, we will compare the differences between measurements and prediction models and try to discuss the reliability of the models for the Shallow water case.
Description5 pages.-- Communication presented at ForumAcusticum 2005 Budapest: "Acoustics: Science and Technology for Knowledge Based Society and Healthy Environment" (Aug 29-Sep 2, 2005).
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