A Fortran Program for the Class V Flextensional Underwater Acoustic Transducer.
NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIV RALEIGH DEPT OF MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING
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A mathematical model has been developed for the Class V flextensional underwater acoustic transducer. A computer program corresponding to this model, written in Fortran IV G level for the IBM 360-75, has been developed which can be used to give results for the transducer in a vacuum or in air. This program can also be run in conjunction with the program developed by Hess, which gives the pressures on an arbitrary body vibrating with a specified velocity distribution, to obtain the results of the transducer in an acoustical media. Author
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