Verifying and validating the multi-static capability in ODIN using the advancing multistatic operational capabilities problem A 1.2.2

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Authors
  1. Beech, T.J.
  2. Glister, J.F.
  3. Thistle, J.A.
Corporate Authors
Defence Research and Development Canada, Centre for Operational Research and Analysis, Ottawa ON (CAN);TTCP Subcommittee on Non-Atomic Military Research and Development
Abstract
The objective of this report is to document the effort of the Canadian Forces Maritime Warfare Centre (CFMWC) Defence Research Development Canada (DRDC) Centre for Operational Research and Analysis (CORA) and the CFMWC Maritime Modelling Simulation Cell (MMSC) to verify and validate (V&V) the recent upgrade to ODIN. The multistatic capability upgrade to ODIN was complete (including bug fixes) for the release of ODIN v.3.2.4 in November 2015. This study was conducted using results from the Advancing Multistatic Operational Capabilities (AMOC) Problem A 1.2.2 as defined in the Technical Cooperation Program (TTCP) Maritime Systems Group (MAR) Technical Panel 9 (TP9) report by Grimmett et al in 2012 [1]. The results of this study are presented in a series of transmission loss, reverberation and signal excess curves using notional data throughout this report.
Keywords
modeling and simulation;ODIN;multistatics;acoustics;reverberation;transmission loss
Report Number
DRDC-RDDC-2016-P039 — External Literature
Date of publication
11 May 2016
Number of Pages
33
DSTKIM No
CA042504
CANDIS No
803703
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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