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Adding thermal and granularity effects to the effective density fluid model
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(a) The frequency dependence of the sound speed in a sand sediment (normalized by the sound speed in water), using parameters given in the text, compared to SAX99 data: EDFM (black), EDFM with thermal conductivity (green), and EDFM with thermal conductivity and doublet mechanics (red). (b) The frequency dependence of the attenuation, using parameters given in text, in a sand sediment compared with SAX99 data: EDFM (black), EDFM with thermal conductivity (green), and EDFM with thermal conductivity and multiple scattering (red). (c) The frequency dependence of the sound speed in a sand sediment compared to data of Ref. : EDFM with thermal conductivity and doublet mechanics using parameters given in the text (red curve) and result of changing the permeability from the value in the text to (black curve). (d) The frequency dependence of the attenuation in a sand sediment compared to data of Ref. : EDFM with thermal conductivity and multiple scattering using parameters given in text (red curve) and result of changing the permeability from the value in the text to (black curve).

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Abstract

Previously, an effective density fluid model (EDFM) was developed by the author [J. Acoust. Soc. Am. , 2276–2281 (2001)] for unconsolidated granular sediments and applied to sand. The model is a simplification of the full Biot porous media model. Here two additional effects are added to the EDFM model: heat transfer between the liquid and solid at low frequencies and the granularity of the medium at high frequencies. The frequency range studied is 100 Hz–1 MHz. The analytical sound speed and attenuation expressions obtained have no free parameters. The resulting model is compared to ocean data.

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