Pavel Petrov
Pavel Petrov
Head of laboratory, V.I. Il`ichev Pacific Oceanological Institute
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Monitoring the acoustic field of seismic survey pulses in the near-coastal zone
AN Rutenko, DI Borovoi, VA Gritsenko, PS Petrov, VG Ushchipovskii, ...
Acoustical Physics 58 (3), 326-338, 2012
An explicit analytical solution for sound propagation in a three-dimensional penetrable wedge with small apex angle
PS Petrov, F Sturm
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 139 (3), 1343-1352, 2016
Wave chaos in a randomly inhomogeneous waveguide: spectral analysis of the finite-range evolution operator
DV Makarov, LE Kon'kov, MY Uleysky, PS Petrov
Physical Review E 87 (1), 012911, 2013
A method for single-hydrophone geoacoustic inversion based on the modal group velocities estimation: Application to a waveguide with inhomogeneous bottom relief
PS Petrov
Proceedings of the International Conference Days on Diffraction 2014, 186-191, 2014
A direct multiple-scale approach to the parabolic equation method
MY Trofimov, PS Petrov, AD Zakharenko
Wave Motion 50 (3), 586-595, 2013
Analytical Lie-algebraic solution of a 3D sound propagation problem in the ocean
PS Petrov, SV Prants, TN Petrova
Physics Letters A 381 (23), 1921-1925, 2017
Asymptotic solution for the problem of sound propagation in a sea with an underwater canyon
PS Petrov, TN Petrova
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 136 (4), EL281-EL287, 2014
Transparent boundary conditions for iterative high-order parabolic equations
PS Petrov, M Ehrhardt
Journal of Computational Physics 313, 144-158, 2016
Mode parabolic equations for the modeling of sound propagation in 3D-varying shallow water waveguides
PS Petrov, MY Trofimov, AD Zakharenko
2012 Proceedings of the International Conference Days on Diffraction, 197-202, 2012
The wave equation with viscoelastic attenuation and its application in problems of shallow-sea acoustics
PS Petrov, AD Zakharenko, MY Trofimov
Acoustical Physics 58 (6), 700-707, 2012
Mode parabolic equations for the modeling of three-dimensional sound propagation effects in shallow water
PS Petrov, MY Trofimov, AD Zakharenko
11th European Conference on Underwater Acoustics 2012, ECUA 2012, 1150-1157, 2012
Modeling of Pulse Signals in 3D Propagation Problems of Deep-Water Acoustics Based on the Modified Maslov’s Canonical Operator
PS Petrov, SA Sergeev, AA Tolchennikov
Russian Journal of Mathematical Physics 25 (1), 102-112, 2018
Algorithm of reconstruction of the sound speed profile in a shallow-water geoacoustic waveguide from modal dispersion data
OS Zaikin, PS Petrov
Optoelectronics, Instrumentation and Data Processing 52 (3), 259-265, 2016
On the method of source images for the wedge problem solution in ocean acoustics: Some corrections and appendices
J Tang, PS Petrov, S Piao, SB Kozitskiy
Acoustical Physics 64 (2), 225-236, 2018
Influence of Oceanic Synoptic Eddies on the Duration of Modal Acoustic Pulses
DV Makarov, LE Kon’kov, PS Petrov
Radiophysics and Quantum Electronics 59 (7), 576-591, 2016
A nonstationary form of the range refraction parabolic equation and its application as an artificial boundary condition for the wave equation in a waveguide
PS Petrov, MY Trofimov
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 85 (3), 34001, 2009
Three-dimensional model benchmarking for cross-slope wedge propagation
OC Rodríguez, F Sturm, P Petrov, M Porter
Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics 173EAA 30 (1), 070004, 2017
Wide-angle parabolic approximations for the nonlinear Helmholtz equation in the Kerr media
PS Petrov, DV Makarov, M Ehrhardt
EPL (Europhysics Letters) 116 (2), 24004, 2016
Asymptotic solution for the problem of sound propagation in a shallow sea with the bathymetry described by a parametric quadratic function
PN Petrov, PS Petrov
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 146 (3), 1946-1955, 2019
Application of iterative hill climbing to the sound speed profile inversion in underwater acoustics
O Zaikin, P Petrov
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 173 (1), 012022, 2017
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