The Application of Studies of Marine Sediment Dynamics
Possible applications of acoustical properties to present investigations of soil and sea-bottom sediment dynamics are presented. Conclusions are rather pessimistic concerning application of relationships between the acoustics and mechanics of marine sediments. Engineering progress will probably come from an improvement of soil concepts and testing methods.
KeywordsClay Entropy Porosity Attenuation Explosive
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