Nonlinear Acoustics in Underwater and Biomedical Applications: Array Performance Degradation and Time Reversal Invariance

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  title={Nonlinear Acoustics in Underwater and Biomedical Applications: Array Performance Degradation and Time Reversal Invariance},
  author={Ibrahim M. Hallaj and Robert P. Porter},
  year={1999}
}
Nonlinear Acoustics in Underwater and Biomedical Applications: Array Performance Degradation and Time Reversal Invariance by Ibrahim M. Hallaj Chair of Supervisory Committee Professor Robert P. Porter Electrical Engineering This dissertation describes a model for acoustic propagation in inhomogeneous fluids, and explores the focusing by arrays onto targets under various conditions. The work explores the use of arrays, in particular the time reversal array, for underwater and biomedical… CONTINUE READING

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