Sound scattering by spherical and elongated shelled bodies

@inproceedings{tanton2004SoundSB,
  title={Sound scattering by spherical and elongated shelled bodies},
  author={T. K. • tanton},
  year={2004}
}
  • T. K. • tanton
  • Published 2004
Describing the scattering of sound by elongated objects with high aspect ratios (ratio of length to diameter) usually involves great numerical difficulties. The recently developed eformed cylinder solution was shown to be increasingly accurate in the limit of very high aspect ratios ( •> 5:1 ) while requiring relatively low computation times and was applied to objects of constant composition [T. K. Stanton, "Sound scattering by cylinders of finite length. III. Deformed cylinders," J. Acoust… CONTINUE READING
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