TY: CONF
T1 - Experimental results of geometric and geoacosutic parameter estimation using a vector sensor array
A1 - Santos, P.
A1 - Felisberto, P.
A1 - Jesus, S. M.
A1 - Joćo, J.
N2 - The objective of this paper is to present an overview of the work developed at SiPLAB,
University of Algarve, with vector sensor data collected during Makai experiment 2005, in geometric and geoacoustic parameter estimation. During this experiment devoted to high frequency initiative, acoustic data were acquired by a four element vertical vector sensor array (VSA). A vector sensor is a directional sensor constituted by one omni directional pressure sensor and three velocity-meters, where both the acoustic pressure and the three particle velocity components are measured. The spatial filtering capabilities of the vector
sensors are used to estimate the direction of arrival (DOA) of low and high frequency
acoustic sources considering a single and a multiple sensor VSA. An inversion method
based on Bartlett estimator is used for three dimensional localization of ship?s noise where the noise source is estimated in range and depth taking into accounts the azimuth given by DOA. Moreover, this method is applied to seabed parameters estimation like sediment compressional speed, density and compressional attenuation, contributing to improve the resolution of these parameters.
UR - https://sapientia.ualg.pt/handle/10400.1/1629
Y1 - 2010
PB - Encontro de Tecnologia Acustica Submarina