Tweaks for speed and adaptability
dBSea 1.3.11 is out and can be downloaded now.
the Basic version has also got an upgrade, and you don't need a license for that one.
So what has changed?
The nerdy stuff:
- You can now adjust the dBSeaModes oversampling to suit the detail in your scenario.
- The soundspeed profile interpolation is more robust regardless of input.
- More efficient use of multicore when present.
- Rendering of the results in the graphics window are now even faster.
The big difference:
The new thresholds from NOAA are now incorporated into dBSea, so you can evaluate those 24 hour SELcumulative levels properly. If you're using dBSea for impulsive sounds, we've included those thresholds too.
And don't forget to have a look at the new example scenarios on the download page
(If you do not have a full version of dBSea, use dBSea Basic to view them)
|Screenshots of some of the examples you can find on dbsea.co.uk/download|