Accession Number : AD0480891
Title : A MATHEMATICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF A CATENOIDAL HORN USED AS A COUPLING DEVICE FOR UNDERWATER ACOUSTIC TRANSDUCERS.
Descriptive Note : Master's thesis,
Corporate Author : NAVAL POSTGRADUATE SCHOOL MONTEREY CA
Personal Author(s) : Dykeman, Charles J.
Report Date : 1964
Pagination or Media Count : 87
Abstract : With the great demand for extending the ranges of active sonar on ships, analysis into lower frequency transmission and better power transfer is of great importance. Wave theory is used to analyze a steel horn and its effect on impedance, frequency response, and directivity of an electro-mechanical transducer. The horn was found to make the transducer a broader band device but only a small gain was observed in power output.
Descriptors : *SONAR PROJECTORS), (*ACOUSTIC HORNS, STEEL, ACOUSTIC IMPEDANCE, FREQUENCY, RESPONSE, SONAR BEACONS, ELECTROACOUSTIC TRANSDUCERS, PIEZOELECTRIC TRANSDUCERS, RESONANT FREQUENCY, THEORY, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, EQUATIONS, REFLECTION, POWER, EXPERIMENTAL DATA, UNDERWATER SOUND GENERATORS, SOUND TRANSMISSION, UNDERWATER SOUND SIGNALS, UNDERWATER SOUND, TRANSDUCERS.
Subject Categories : Acoustic Detection and Detectors
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE