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How acoustics detected artillery in WWI

09:21 EDT 13 May 2019 | Science Blog

How acoustics detected artillery in WWIDuring World War I, William Lawrence Bragg led a team of engineers in the development of an acoustic method to locate enemy artillery, work that was so successful that it was soon used widely throughout the British army. The method, known as sound ranging, was also adopted by the U.S. Army when they joined the […]

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