The Acoustics ToolBox includes four acoustic models:
In addition, AT contains BOUNCE, which computes the reflection coefficient for
a layered medium and may be used to provide input to BELLHOP. A common input
structure has been used throughout so that only minor modifications are needed
to switch from one program to another.
All the models produce `shade' files that can be processed using a common set
of plotting routines to plot transmission loss vs. range or vs. range and depth.
Latest version of AT
with broadband version of SCOOTER, and additional
noise modeling tools and examples.
Acoustics Toolbox online:
Complete user's guide with technical descriptions of the mathematical
and numerical basis of the model.
AcTUP and Guide: A MATLAB menu driven user interface to 2005 release of the Acoustic Toolbox, with versions of the Range dependent Acoustic Model (RAMSGeo, RAMGeo).
for Computational Ocean Acoustics (JKPS)
Kraken for Python (zip file):
Python interface to Kraken and Bellhop. (Orlando Camargo Rodriguez )
Zip file that contains test
cases in python for the Acoustic Toolbox and provides components to read
and plot various files.(Orlando Camargo Rodriguez )
PyAT : A fairly developed Python interface to the acoustics toolbox, essentially translated from the Matlab interface to Python with added code to facilitate the use.
(Hunter Akins, UCSD)
build instructions using MSYS2
NOAA) and gfortran ( coming soon)