Jet planes noise, Noise control
Every advance in the transformation of heat energy into mechanical energy has involved a noise problem, and in general it increases with the power production. The jet airplane is a good example: the large-scale turbulence of the exhaust gases in the jet forms an unusually intense source of sound the control of which is quite difficult. The additionally generated fan noises add characteristic fan tones which are particularly noticeable on landing approaches. the human ear is the vulnerable receiver of these noises, and the problem becomes one of deciding how much jet engine noise reduction is required for the comfort or safety of the receiver, and then to devise ways to achieve it.
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Ventre, Gerald G.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
Environmental Systems Management
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Jet planes -- Noise, Noise control
Master, Harry David, "Suppression of Turbofan and Turbojet Engine Generated Noise" (1972). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 22.
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