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Environmental Noise Issues Associated with Gas Turbine Powered Military Vehicles

RTO-MP-AVT-158

The demand on speed, performance, precision and control of modern fighter aircrafts keeps on increasing and will continue to increase in the future as well. Beyond any doubt environmental (airports, carrier decks, control towers, neighbourhood) impact of noise is a growing concern. Noise regulatory actions are impacting the manner in which military can base, train, and operate its forces. Consequently a collective international interdisciplinary effort is required to present and discuss the current state and near- and -far term developments in environmental noise research applicable to high performance combat air vehicles. The Specialists Meeting will focus on the magnitude of the problem, noise reduction at the source and through operational measures, modelling and metrics that affect the operation of combat air vehicles. Specialists with background in 8 topics cover a broad range of important issues for managing the noise issues of high power military jets. The topics: Source Noise Reduction and Control, Aeroacoustics, Measurement Techniques & Diagnostics, Outdoor Measurements, Noise Propagation and Impact Prediction, Perception, Operational Mitigation, and Human Protection. In addition, a panel discussion is organised to discuss what needs that has to be addressed, what direction should NATO countries go and what will it take to get there in terms of investments. In this way immediate steps can be taken to tackle the noise issues from all relevant perspectives. A road map to the way ahead will be the outcome of the Specialists Meeting.

Published10/2/2008
STOAuthorExternalMultiple
STOPublicationTypeMeeting Proceedings RDP
Publication_ReferenceRTO-MP-AVT-158
DOI10.14339/RTO-MP-AVT-158
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STOPublisherRTO
AccessNATO Unclassified
STOKeywordsnoise; standards; regulatory; modeling; measurement; gte; technology; military gas turbine powered vehicles

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Programme Committee10/2/2008Open Access
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Noise Issues Associated with Gas Turbine Powered Military Vehicles10/2/2008Open Access
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Colorless Distributed Combustion (CDC) for Gas Turbine Application10/2/2008Open Access
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Combusion Control and Its Effect on Jet Plume10/2/2008Open Access
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Laser-Based Diagnostics for Noise Research10/2/2008Open Access
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Noise Suppression of a Supersonic Model Twin Jet Nacelle10/2/2008Open Access
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Noise Mitigation in Supersonic Jets using Plasma Actuators10/2/2008Open Access
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High Speed Jet Noise Mitigation Using Microjet Injection10/2/2008Open Access
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Noise Reduction for Gas Turbine Powered Military Vehicles10/2/2008Open Access
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CFD Studies Supporting the Design, Testing and Evaluation of Noise Reduction Concepts for Military Aircraft10/2/2008Open Access
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An Overview of Canadian CAEWG Noise Research10/2/2008Open Access
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Advances in Aircraft Source Noise Characterization10/2/2008Open Access
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The Use of Detailed Wind Measurements for More Accurate Noise Predictions10/2/2008Open Access
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Aircraft Noise Simulation Modelling for Propagation and Impact Prediction10/2/2008Open Access
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Recent Developments in Aircraft Flyover Noise Simulation at NASA Langley Research Center10/2/2008Open Access
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Marine Gas Turbine - Evaluating and Abating its Acoustic Impact10/2/2008Open Access
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Noise-Induced Hearing Loss in Military Environments, and the Current Science and Technology in Hearing Preservation and Restoration10/2/2008Open Access
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Development of Ebselen, a Glutathione Peroxidase Mimic for the Prevention and Treatment of Noise Induced Hearing Loss10/2/2008Open Access

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