ATI April - May Acoustics & Sonar courses

March 24, 2015 - via Applied Technology Institute



Sonar Principles & ASW Analysis
This three-day course provides an excellent introduction to underwater sound and highlights how sonar principles are employed in ASW analyses. The course provides a solid understanding of the sonar equation and discusses in-depth propagation loss, target strength, reverberation, arrays, array gain, and detection of signals.

Physical insight and typical results are provided to help understand each term of the sonar equation. The instructors then show how the sonar equation can be used to perform ASW analysis and predict the performance of passive and active sonar systems. The course also reviews the rationale behind current weapons andsensor systems and discusses directions for research in response to the quieting of submarine signatures.

The course is valuable to engineers and scientists who are entering the field or as a review for employees who want a system level overview. The lectures provide the knowledge and perspective needed to understand recent developments in underwater acoustics and in ASW. A comprehensive set of notes and the textbook Principles of Underwater Sound will be provided to all attendees.
 
DATE: May 12-14, 2015
TIME: 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
LOCATION: Columbia, MD
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Sonar Systems Design

This 3-day course provides an overview of sonar systems design and highlights how sonar principles are employed in low frequency (LF), mid frequency (MF) and high frequency (HF) sonar applications. The course provides a solid understanding of the sonar equation and discusses in-depth propagation loss, target strength, reverberation, array gain, and detection of signals and their application to practical systems. Physical insight and typical results are provided to help understand each term of the sonar equation individually. The instructors then show how the sonar equation can be used to predict the performance of passive and active sonar systems. The course also reviews applications of passive and active sonar for ASW, including bistatics, for monitoring marine mammals and for high frequency detection, localization and imaging. The course is valuable to engineers and scientists who are entering the field or as a review for employees who want a system level overview. A comprehensive set of notes and the textbook Principles of Underwater Sound will be provided to all attendees. Students will also receive analysis tools that they can use to quickly assess systems performance in the ocean environment.

DATE: Jun 2-4 2015
TIME: 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
LOCATION: Newport, RI

To register call toll free 1-(888) 501-2100, locally (410) 956-8805, or click on this registration link

External link: http://www.aticourses.com/ATI_Space_Satellite_AerospaceEngineering_TechnicalTraining_Courses.pdf

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