# Journal of Sound and Vibration

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 1 > 37-62

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 1 > 1-12

^{o}segmented circular array of 40 groups of four elements each is performed. The narrowest beam widths at normal incidence and other steering angles support the use of such an array for bathymetric applications. The half-power beam widths at different steering angles are...

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 1 > 151-164

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 1 > 79-96

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 1 > 131-149

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 1 > 13-36

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 1 > 109-129

^{0}-compatible finite elements are used to obtain the...

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 1 > 97-108

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 1 > 63-77

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 2 > 289-312

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 2 > 327-345

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 2 > 227-242

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 2 > 209-226

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 2 > 185-208

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 2 > 313-325

Journal of Sound and Vibration > 1995 > 179 > 2 > 347-357