Further applications of the substitute-sources method
Conference contribution, 2004

A substitute-sources method (SSM) was developed and tested for sound propagation in a turbulent atmosphere, including upward refraction [1]. In the present paper a situation with turbulence and a non-flat terrain is studied. A comparison with the results from a parabolic equation method (PE) shows good agreement.

wedge

turbulence

barrier

coherence

sound propagation

calculations

Author

Jens Forssén

Vibroacoustics

Philippe Blanc-Benon

Proc. ICA, Kyoto, Japan (2004).

Subject Categories

Fluid Mechanics and Acoustics

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