Proceedings Technical Workshop: Hydrodynamic Design and Evaluation of Cable-Towed Sonar Systems, 23 - 27 January 1967. Held at the U.S. Navy Electronics Laboratory San Diego, California.
NAVY ELECTRONICS LAB SAN DIEGO CALIF
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The Technical Workshop on the Hydrodynamic Design and Evaluation of Cable-Towed Sonar Systems represents the third in a series of seminars on the subject of Hydromechanics. The first two gatherings were formally known respectively as the Tripartite Conference on Hydrodynamics of Ship-Towed, Cable-Body Systems, held in May 1958 at the David Taylor Model Basin, and the Tripartite Seminar on the Hydromechanics of High Speed Towing held in October 1965 at the Naval Research Establishment, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. The Workshop, although related to the two previous seminars, differed in two respects this year. Representatives from Great Britain were not in attendance hence deletion of tripartite title, and selected contractors were invited to report on work being performed under present Navy contracts apropos of the aims of the meeting. The purpose of the workshop was to provide a meeting place among specialists involved in the towed-sonar program for informal discussion on the following subjects towed system dynamics towed body hydrodynamics faired towline hydrodynamics and towed system evaluation.
- Acoustic Detection and Detectors
- Fluid Mechanics