Hydrophone, Underwater acoustics -- Instruments
A design for a deep ocean hydrophone is proposed here. The hydrophone's sound sensing element is comprised of a capped end, piezoelectric cylinder. This sound sensing element is encased in an acoustic coupling fluid filled elastomeric boot. A small diameter tube communicates hydrostatic pressure from the coupling fluid to the interior of the sound sensing element for hydrostatic pressure compensation. The theoretical free field voltage sensitivity, the ratio of open circuit voltage to incident acoustic pressure, is predicted from mathematical model of the sound sensing element.
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Moslehy, Faissal A.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
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Hackathorn, Michael F., "The Design of a Deep Ocean Hydrophone" (1983). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 684.
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