By Lewis Larmore (auth.), A. F. Metherell, Lewis Larmore (eds.)
This quantity offers the court cases of the second one foreign Sym posium on Acoustical Holography, which was once held on the Douglas complicated learn Laboratories on 6 and seven March 1969, fifteen months after the 1st symposium. house was once restricted to approximately a hundred and ten seats, with representatives from 9 nations attending. those international locations integrated Canada, England, France, Japan, Mexico, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, and the U.S.. The symposium consisted of 21 formal papers. The 22nd, via Dr. U. Fehr, used to be now not learn, yet is integrated in those court cases. The manu script of the attention-grabbing paper on acoustic propagation in a turbulent medium which used to be learn via Dr. O. okay. Mawardi used to be now not acquired in time for booklet in those court cases, and we glance ahead to its e-book probably at a later date within the open literature. as well as the formal papers there have been 3 casual shows on the finish of the assembly that have been given through Dr. A. Lohmann, through L. A. Cram and ok. O. Rossiter, and through T. S. Graham, that are additionally integrated in those complaints. on the finish of the formal shows Dr. Lewis Larmore summarized the symposium and mentioned many of the highlights. For the symposium precis and a precis of those complaints the reader is pointed out bankruptcy 1.
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The constant kind and fruitful comments of Professor Paul Kirkpatrick over the last two decades, including his critical and objective scrutiny of this chapter, is indeed a privilege the author will always cherish. Thanks are also due to McDonnell Douglas Corp. for their support of the author as a consultant to their Advanced Research Laboratories. 22 H. M. A. EI-Sum REFERENCES I. A. F. Metherell, H. M. A. EI-Sum, and L. Larmore, editors, Acoustical Holography, Vol. I, Plenum Press, New York (1969).
EI-Sum, and L. ), Plenum Press, New York (1969), Chapter I. II. G. Wade, C. 1. Landry, and A. A. , Chapter 11, p. 163. 12. A. , Chapter 10. 13. B. P. Hilderbrand and K. A. Haines, Physics Letters 6:378 (1968); J. Opt. Soc. Am. 59: 1 (1969). 14. R. W. Dixon, Quantum Electron. QE-3 :85-93 (1967). Chapter 3 ON THE THEORY OF ACOUSTICAL IMAGING Osman K. Mawardi Case Western Reserre Universitr Ciereiand, Ohio . A generalized treatment for the mechanics of ray acoustics, in the intermediate wavelength regime, is systematically developed.
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Acoustical Holography: Volume 2 by Lewis Larmore (auth.), A. F. Metherell, Lewis Larmore (eds.)