Model of Shipping Noise in the Deep Water: Directional Density and Spatial Coherence Functions

The shipping noise properties in the deep ocean are studied. Shipping noise exhibits the strong dual-horned directionality features in the flat-seabed ocean, and its directional density can be modeled by a Von Mises distribution. With the explicit expression for the directional density function, the spatial coherence functions of shipping noise are also derived, and the relative features are studied. The research result shows that the properties of shipping noise are different from the ambient noise of other sources, and it can be used for the sonar array design. The model is well matched with the experimental result, and it can be extended to the situations when the ambient noise exhibits the dual-horned structure.

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  • Accession Number: 01608263
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 16 2016 3:40PM