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Underwater electroacoustic transducers

a handbook for users and designers

by D. Stansfield

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Published by Bath University Press, Institute of Acoustics in Bath, St. Albans .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electroacoustic transducers -- Design and construction.,
  • Hydrophone.,
  • Piezoelectric transducers.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementD. Stansfield.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK5981 .S715 1990
    The Physical Object
    Pagination413 p. :
    Number of Pages413
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1635038M
    ISBN 100861970829, 1873082096
    LC Control Number91185890

    Get this from a library! Underwater electroacoustic transducers: a handbook for users and designers. [D Stansfield]. C.H. Sherman, “Underwater sound transducers–A review”, IEEE Trans. Sonics and Ultrasonics, SU, () CrossRef Google Scholar [30a] D. Stansfield, Underwater Electroacoustic Transducers, Ch. 5, Bath University Press, Bath, UK BA2 7AY () Google Scholar.

    The term tonpilz or "acoustic mushroom" may refer to a certain type of underwater electro-acoustic transducer. By sandwiching active (i.e. piezoelectric or magnetostrictive) materials between a light, stiff radiating head mass and a heavy tail mass, the transducer can effectively operate as either a projector (source) or a hydrophone (underwater acoustic receiver). Among the early achievements of the lab was a generalized theory of electroacoustic transducers, which led to the development of the first standard hydrophones, wide-band underwater .

      This book addresses the theory, development and design of electroacoustic transducers for underwater applications. It is more comprehensive than any existing book in this field. It includes the basics of the six major types of electroacoustic transducers and shows why piezoelectric ceramic transducers are the most suitable for underwater sound. An Overview of Electroacoustic Transducers By Donald P. Massa DPM Overview of Electroacoustic Transducers doc Introduction and Historical Overview The purpose of this article is to provide a brief overview of the very extensive topic of electroacoustic transducers. Transducers are devices that transform one form of energy into another.


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Underwater Electroacoustic Transducers: A Handbook For Users and Designers Paperback – May 1, by Dennis Stansfield (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Paperback "Please retry" $Cited by:   Underwater Electroacoustic Transducers is a practical handbook for users and designers of underwater transducers.

This book continues to be a primary authoritative text in the field since first published by the Bath University Press in It is now more than 25 years since the original edition of this book was written and much work, aimed at Author: Dennis Stansfield, Alan Elliott.

This book attempts to describe the principles and practical aspects involved in the design of underwater electroacoustic transducers. It aims to improve the user's understanding of the significance of the various characteristics which need to be defined in specifying his transducer requirement.4/5(1).

Underwater Electroacoustic Measurements [R. Bobber] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Underwater Electroacoustic Measurements It’s a very comprehensive treatment of underwater transducers and arrays and my first “go-to” book when searching for information. Ray Read more. Helpful.

Comment Report by: The subject of this book is the theory, development and design of electroacoustic transducers for underwater applications. It is more comprehensive than any existing book in this field.

It includes the basics of the six major types of electroacoustic transducers and shows why piezoelectric ceramic transducers are the most suitable for. DOI: /ad Corpus ID: Underwater electroacoustic measurements @inproceedings{BobberUnderwaterEM, title={Underwater electroacoustic.

This book is concerned with the theory, development and design of electroacoustic transducers for underwater applications, and is more comprehensive than any existing book in this field. It includes the basics of the six major types of electroacoustic transducers, with emphasis on the piezoelectric ceramic transducers that are currently most.

Underwater Electroacoustic Measurements. Robert J. Bobber. Page 8 - The directional response pattern of a transducer used for sound emission or reception is a description, Page - PM Morse and H. feshbach, Methods of Theoretical Physics (McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.

DEFENSE TECHNICAL INFORMATION CENTER John J. Kingman Road, Fort Belvoir, VA CAL-DTIC (). This improved and updated second edition covers the theory, development, and design of electro-acoustic transducers for underwater applications.

This highly regarded text discusses the basics of piezoelectric and magnetostrictive transducers that are currently being used as well as promising new designs. It presents the basic acoustics as well as the specific acoustics data needed.

This improved and updated second edition covers the theory, development, and design of electro-acoustic transducers for underwater applications. This highly regarded text discusses the basics of piezoelectric and magnetostrictive transducers that are currently being.

It includes the basics of the six major types of electroacoustic transducers and shows why piezoelectric ceramic transducers are the most suitable for underwater sound.

It presents the basic acoustic concepts and models needed in transducer and transducer array development, and discusses most currently used transducer designs.

Try the new Google Books. EBOOK FROM $ Get this book in print. Springer Shop He has over 40 years experience in underwater sound transducers and arrays.

holds seventeen patents on transducers and has presented or published over thirty papers on electroacoustic transducers. In he was elected Fellow of the Acoustical Society of 5/5(1).

This improved and updated second edition covers the theory, development, and design of electro-acoustic transducers for underwater applications. This highly regarded text discusses the basics of piezoelectric and magnetostrictive transducers that are currently being used as well as promising new designs.

It presents the basic acoustics as well Reviews: 1. underwater electroacoustic transducers and arrays as developed during the last of transducer and array performance. The book ends with an extensive Appen-dix containing several types of specific information that can be used in transducer analysis and design and with a Glossary of Terms.

Underwater Electroacoustic Transducers by D. Stansfield,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Electroacoustic transducers can be divided into electrodynamic and electrostatic transducers.

The most commonly used loudspeakers convert electrical energy to acoustical energy by electrodynamical means: driving an electromagnetic coil that activates a diaphragm.

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White, Double Mass Loaded High Power Piezoelectric Underwater Transducer. Patent 4, 26 Aug Google Scholar. R.S. Woollett, Effective coupling factor of single-degree-of-freedom transducers. Underwater Electroacoustic Transducers (Bath. Underwater Electroacoustic Transducers, Second Edition is a practical handbook for users and designers of underwater transducers with the book being updated to its second edition in The book continues to be an authoritative text in underwater transducer design and an excellent book.

The few previous monograph∕texts in the area of underwater electroacoustic transducers that did find their way through the government and industrial collaboration are worth mentioning and include: Electroacoustics, by Frederick Hunt (J. Wiley & Sons:pp. ), Introduction to Theory and Design of Sonar Transducers, by O.

Bryan Wilson. The first third of the book introduces the basics of sonar theory. The middle section of the book describes the applied technology of sonars. The final third of the book extends the discussions of earlier chapters, going into details of theory of non-linear acoustics, reflection and scattering, acoustic and elastic waves in solid media, marine.Transducers and Arrays for Underwater Sound Book Description: The most comprehensive book on electroacoustic transducers and arrays for underwater sound Includes transducer modeling techniques and transducer designs that are currently in use Includes discussion and analysis of array interaction and nonlinear effects in transducers Contains extensive data in figures and tables needed .