Acústica subacuática: Un breve panorama histórico a través de la Segunda Guerra Mundial

Autores/as

  • Thomas G. Muir The University of Texas at Austin image/svg+xml
  • David L. Bradley Pennsylvania State University image/svg+xml
  • Leonardo Treviño Arrambide
  • Daniela Alejandra Gutiérrez Dimas

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.29105/ingenierias23.88-2

Palabras clave:

Sociedad Americana de Acústica, sonar, detección submarina

Resumen

Este artículo presentan algunos de los aspectos más sobresalientes de la investigación y desarrollo de la acústica subacuática, así como reconoce el mérito de miembros de la Sociedad Americana de Acústica (Acoustics Society of America, ASA), quienes contribuyeron con su trabajo durante el período de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Los resultados de tal trabajo se convirtieron en logros científicos y de ingeniería que aparecen en literatura sobre acústica.

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Publicado

2020-07-12

Cómo citar

G. Muir, T., L. Bradley, D., Treviño Arrambide, L., & Gutiérrez Dimas, D. A. (2020). Acústica subacuática: Un breve panorama histórico a través de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Ingenierias, 23(88), 5–19. https://doi.org/10.29105/ingenierias23.88-2