High-frequency bistatic scattering: comparison of tank and sea experiments

P Blondel, NG Pace, GJ Heald, R Brothers

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Abstract

Bistatic scattering geometries are increasingly used in oceanographic exploration, in particular for Rapid-Environmental Assessment. Scattering models are numerous, but have not been benchmarked due to the scarcity of bistatic experiments. We present here results from tank experiments conducted using the facilities at the University of Bath, with different types of seabed. They are compared with results from recent sea trials conducted with SACLANTCEN on a sandy rippled seabed, and with results from multi-geometry, multi-frequency simulations.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAcoustical Oceanography
EditorsTG Leighton, GJ Heald, HW Griffiths, G Griffiths
PublisherInstitute of Acoustics
Pages276--282
Number of pages7
Volume23
Publication statusPublished - 2001

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    Blondel, P., Pace, NG., Heald, GJ., & Brothers, R. (2001). High-frequency bistatic scattering: comparison of tank and sea experiments. In TG. Leighton, GJ. Heald, HW. Griffiths, & G. Griffiths (Eds.), Acoustical Oceanography (Vol. 23, pp. 276--282). Institute of Acoustics.