2 edition of Sources, control, and effects of noise from aircraft propellers and rotors found in the catalog.
Sources, control, and effects of noise from aircraft propellers and rotors
John S Mixson
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||John S. Mixson, George C. Greene, and Thomas K. Dempsey|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 81971|
|Contributions||Greene, George C, Dempsey, Thomas K, Langley Research Center|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||22 p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
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NASA Open Rotor Noise Research Ed Envia NASA Glenn Research Center U.S.A. 14 thCEAS-ASC Workshop & 5 Scientific Workshop of X3-Noise Aeroacoustics of High-Speed Aircraft Propellers and Open Rotors Institute of Aviation, Warsaw, Poland October , A safe, quiet, easy to control, efficient, and compact aircraft configuration is enabled through the combination of multiple vertical lift rotors, tandem wings, and forward thrust propellers. The vertical lift rotors, in combination with a front and rear wing, permits a balancing of the center of lift with the center of gravity for both vertical and horizontal flight.
The objective of this report is to outline the development of noise standards applicable to light, propeller-driven aircraft. The new noise abatement standards required under the Noise Control Act of are discussed in regard to their impact on future aircraft designs and their economic effect on the general aviation industry. Aircraft noise is noise pollution produced by an aircraft or its components, whether on the ground while parked such as auxiliary power units, while taxiing, on run-up from propeller and jet exhaust, during take off, underneath and lateral to departure and arrival paths, over-flying while en route, or during landing.  A moving aircraft including the jet engine or propeller.
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Sources, control, and effects of noise from aircraft propellers and rotors Author: John S Mixson ; George C Greene ; Thomas K Dempsey ; Langley Research Center. Description of Propellers, Their Installation, and the Character of Noise Produced.
Propeller Noise Sources. Propeller Noise Measurements. Propeller Noise Propagation Effects. Prediction Methods and Comparison with Measurements. Methods of Controlling Propeller Noise. ReferencesCited by: 2. Recent NASA and NASA sponsored research on the prediction and control of propeller and rotor source noise, on the analysis and design of fuselage sidewall noise control treatments, and on the measurement and quantification of the response of passengers to aircraft noise is described.
Source noise predictions are compared with measurements for conventional low speed propellers. Source noise predictions are compared with measurements for conventional low-speed propellers, for new high speed propellers (propfans), and for a helicopter. Results from a light aircraft demonstration program are described, indicating that about 5-dB reduction of flyover noise can be obtained without significant performance : G.
Greene, T. Dempsey and J. Mixson. Source noise predictions are compared with measurements for conventional low-speed propellers, for new high speed propellers (propfans), and for a helicopter.
Results from a light aircraft demonstration program are described, indicating that about 5-dB reduction of flyover noise can be obtained without significant performance : J.
Mixson, G. Greene, T. Dempsey. Acoustic theory of the many-bladed contra-rotating propeller: the effects of sweep on noise enhancement and effects of noise from aircraft propellers and rotors book reduction Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol. Noise reduction of a Counter Rotating Open Rotor through a locked blade row.
Subsequently, methods of control of aircraft noise including insulation, aircraft and airport operating procedures, planning controls and aircraft design have been examined.
This source of noise pollution is increasing steadily during recent years and, especially close to international airports already constitutes a very serious problem.
Results of experimental measurements of the sound fields of 1/4-scale general aviation propellers are presented and experimental wake surveys and pressure signatures obtained are compared with theoretical predictions.
Experiments were performed primarily on a 1C propeller model mounted in front of a symmetric body in an anechoic wind tunnel, and. The present paper attempts to make a concise but comprehensive review of the problem of aircraft noise near airports, organizing the contents in four chapters.
Chapter 2 concerns the physics of sound generation and propagation, that is the noise sources associated with propulsion and aerodynamics that are responsible for aircraft noise.
of pilots to noise became an issue following the introduction of the fi rst powered aircraft by the Wright Brothers, and has been a prevalent problem ever since. Noise is produced by aircraft equipment powerplants, transmission systems, jet effl ux, propellers, rotors, hydraulic and electrical actuators.
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Noise from Propellers with Symmetrical Sections at Zero Blade Angle. NACA Tech. Note TN. industry to design low noise aircraft & rotorcraft (components) by modelling and measuring noise; military and civil operators and industry by optimising flight procedures. We have noise source modelling tools, e.g.
to predict propeller & jet noise, noise propagation based on ray acoustics, and models are being developed which focus on weather. An introduction to aircraft noise. ESDU Aircraft noise prediction A theoretically-based method for predicting static-to-flight effects on coaxial jet noise Section 8: Noise Estimation - Miscellaneous Sources.
Estimation of the maximum discrete frequency noise from isolated rotors and propellers. The propellers designed are more efficient than turbo-fans and their cruising speed (Mach –) is suitable for airliners, but the noise generated is tremendous (see the Antonov An and Tupolev Tu for examples of such a design).
Forces acting on a propeller. Forces acting on the blades of an aircraft propeller include the following. CHAPTER 6 AIRCRAFT NOISE ANALYSIS 6‐2 Spokane International Airport Master Plan (March ) The strength, or loudness, of a sound wave is measured using decibels on a logarithmic scale.
The range of audibility of a human ear is. The aviation environment is rife with sources of high-volume noise, including aircraft equipment power plants, jet efflux, propellers, rotors, pressurization systems and the aerodynamic.
The major source of the noise come from the rotor blade vortex interaction. By attaching spoiler in the helicopter main rotor blades and tail rotors reduce the noise and silence the operation. The spoiler is made of supple, resilient, and durable non-ferrous material, such as rubber, a rubber like material, plastic, rubber-impregnated with thin.
concept of propeller disk is often used to describe the rotational plane of the propeller, illustrated in Figure Undesirable propeller forces typically become worse with higher thrust levels and/or an increased angle of attack of the aircraft. All of the propeller effects will vary with the speed of the aircraft because at some high power.For analysis purposes there are some similarities between the marine propeller as a noise source and both air propellers and helicopter rotors.
A marine propeller can, for the purposes of noise prediction, be considered as a compact noise source since the product of the wave number times the radius is much less than unity.
There are many studies regarding small propeller aerodynamic performance for UAVs. 6,7,8. but fewer were found on noise. Wright.
9. introduced a universal form of the acoustic spectrum for rotating machines, including features found in low speed rotors. One dominating noise source especially for low speed rotors is the laminar boundary layer vortex.