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The low-frequency radiation and scattering of sound from bubbly mixtures near the sea surface

Abstract:
The radiation and scattering from micro-bubble clouds with volume fractions greater than .01% are described with a theoretical model and measured data. In the low frequency limit the radiation and scattering of sound was determined to be monopole in the free field. The natural frequency of the cloud is predicted by a modified Minnaert equation. The measured back scatter target strength was found to be consistent with theoretical expectations.

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Division:
MPLS Division
Department:
Department of Engineering Science
Oxford college:
Harris Manchester College
Publisher:
European Commission Publisher's website
Pages:
3035-3036
Publication date:
1995
Acceptance date:
1994-06-01
Pubs id:
pubs:968693
URN:
uri:fd80993b-855c-4b3a-8c49-43cd71b756d0
UUID:
uuid:fd80993b-855c-4b3a-8c49-43cd71b756d0
Local pid:
pubs:968693
ISBN:
978-9282680001
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