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An overview of recent laboratory measurements on dispersion and attenuation in bubbly liquids, and scattering from artificial bubble clouds

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Effective medium (EM) models are commonly used to describe the acoustics of bubbly liquids. Regarding linear sound propagation, this approach has been successful for low void fractions and broad bubble size distributions, at frequencies away from the individual bubble resonance frequency (IBRF). For narrow size distributions at frequencies near IBRF, previously reported sound speed and attenuation measurements are not well-described by EM models. Due to high attenuation in the medium and the ...

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University of Oxford
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MPLS
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Engineering Science
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Harris Manchester College
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Host title:
Boundary Influences in High Frequency, Shallow Water Acoustics
Publication date:
2005-01-01
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959467
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0861971337
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2019-01-14

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