NASA Glenn's Contributions to Aircraft Engine Noise Research

@inproceedings{Huff2013NASAGC,
  title={NASA Glenn's Contributions to Aircraft Engine Noise Research},
  author={Dennis L. Huff},
  year={2013}
}
AbstractThis paper reviews all engine noise research conducted at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Glenn Research Center over the last 70 years. The review includes a historical perspective of the center and the facilities used to conduct the research. Major NASA noise research programs are highlighted, showing their impact on the industry and on the development of aircraft noise reduction technology. Noise reduction trends are discussed, and future aircraft concepts are… CONTINUE READING

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