SONAR FOR PRACTISING ENGINEERS
|Author(s)||A. D. Waite|
|D O W N L O A D|
The main aim of Ashley Waite, the practicing engineer and author of this excellent and very useful volume, was to provide all other practicing engineers with the source of information that would help them to understand the fundamental working principles of sonars and also to let them develop the formulas and so-called rules of thumb for the design and performance analysis of subject equipment.
Having a remarkably long professional experience in design and operation of sonars, the author has managed to use this knowledge providing a good practical guidance and working solutions to the various problems most commonly encountered by the technicians and engineers involved in design and operation of the sonars as well as in the performance analysis. The content is arranged in three main parts covering the parameters of the equipment, sound propagation through the sea water and practical sonar systems.
The book is covering all important aspects of sonars and contains numerous useful working examples. The readers are not expected to have any serious knowledge of sonars because the way of explanation is very clear and easily understandable even to the beginners, with no math or physics background required. The end-chapter exercises provided with the correct solutions have been included for the self-assessment and tracking of the training process. The book will be an excellent addition to every engineer's library.
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