Studies of aircraft noise perception
thesisposted on 28.07.2014, 11:09 by John B. Ollerhead
The author's long-standing interest in aircraft noise is reflected in a number of papers and reports on several aspects of the problem. These concern the basic noise generation mechanisms of aircraft propulsion systems (jets, rotors, propellers and fans), the subjective aspects of aircraft noise perception and the long-term community impact of noise near airports. This compilation brings together the results of eight particular studies which have been central to the author's work on aircraft noise perception and impact. Much of the content has been extracted directly from original technical reports in a sequence which reflects the logical development of the subject matter. Reference is made to related publications where appropriate although these are essentially abbreviated versions of the original reports.
- Aeronautical, Automotive, Chemical and Materials Engineering
- Aeronautical and Automotive Engineering