4aSAb5. Analytical study of the acoustic scattering from a submerged stiffened cylindrical shell with two endplates.
Session: Thursday Morning, June 19
Author: Azriel Harari Location: Naval Undersea Warfare Ctr. Div. Newport, Newport, RI 02841-5047, firstname.lastname@example.org Author: Jeffrey E. Boisvert Location: Naval Undersea Warfare Ctr. Div. Newport, Newport, RI 02841-5047, email@example.com
A mathematical model is described for the sound scattering from a finite
cylindrical shell with two endplates submerged in a fluid, subjected to an
incident wave impinging on the shell from a source in an arbitrary direction.
The effect of structural damping and rib-stiffeners on the monostatic scattered
response of the structure is considered for a full range of incident wave angles
over the nondimensional frequency range ka=0.1--30.