hydroacoustics


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hydroacoustics

(ˌhaɪdrəʊəˈkuːstɪks)
n
(General Physics) (functioning as singular) physics the study of sound travelling through water
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2013), and a combination of hydroacoustics and observations from an ROV (Demer, 2012) as well as by using an ROV, towed stereo-camera sled, and catch composition from a bottom trawl (Jones et al.
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A host of interactive presentations by underwater survey specialists were also conducted on topics ranging from hydroacoustics, geoacoustics, multibeams, sub-bottom profilers, HPR and oPAP to underwater cameras.
A host of interactive presentations by underwater survey specialists will also be conducted on topics ranging from hydroacoustics, geoacoustics, multibeams, sub-bottom profilers, HPR and [micro]PAP to underwater cameras.
Senior Scientist, Noise Control and Hydroacoustics Division
An upgrade of this process includes hydroacoustics, cavitation, recirculation and virtual cyclone (AO-HAC), which has been installed in 10 U.
The effect of SCUBA divers on fish density and target strength estimates from stationary dual-beam hydroacoustics.
Specific emphasis will be on stealth, hydrodynamics, hydroacoustics and propulsion designs to permit technology insertion into current and future submarines.
The studies will highlight progress made in seismology, hydroacoustics, infrasound and radionuclides monitoring," with the results to be published in August 2009.
It is noteworthy for the future development of Chinese antisubmarine warfare that hydroacoustics has been called a "key point" technology for state investment.