Accession Number : AD0337776
Title : SMALL SCALE STUDIES OF REFRACTION OF UNDERWATER SHOCK WAVES
Descriptive Note : Summary rept.,
Corporate Author : NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIV DURHAM
Personal Author(s) : Hall, H.H. ; Clark, D.G. ; Barash, R.M.
Report Date : 1963
Pagination or Media Count : 17
Abstract : It has been found that, on the average, impulse was slightly more affected by refraction than was peak pressure, and that energy flux was substantially more affected. In a large majority of the cases, impulse and energy flux were reduced by refraction. This reduction was usually brought about by decreases in both pressures and cut-off times, but the pressure effect was by far the major influence. (Author)
Descriptors : (*SHOCK WAVES, REFRACTION), (*UNDERWATER SOUND, SEISMIC WAVES), UNDERWATER, PRESSURE, SOUND TRANSMISSION, UNDERWATER.
Subject Categories : Seismology
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE