Assessment, Prediction and Control
Published May 13th 2011 by CRC Press – 420 pages
Aircraft noise has adverse impacts on passengers, airport staff and people living near airports, it thus limits the capacity of regional and international airports throughout the world. Reducing perceived noise of aircraft involves reduction of noise at source, along the propagation path and at the receiver.
Effective noise control demands highly skilled and knowledgeable engineers. This book is for them. It shows you how accurate and reliable information about aircraft noise levels can be gained by calculations using appropriate generation and propagation models, or by measurements with effective monitoring systems. It also explains how to allow for atmospheric conditions, natural and artificial topography as well as detailing necessary measurement techniques.
This book is striking as an in-depth compilation of the vast knowledge gained by the two lead authors.
—Noise Control Engineering Journal
1. A Review of the Aircraft Noise Problem 2. Main Sources of Aircraft Noise 3. Environmental Factors in Noise Propagation 4. Methods of Aircraft Noise Calculation 5. Influence of the Operational Factors on Aircraft Noise Characteristics 6. Methods of the Aircraft Noise Reduction 7. Monitoring of Aircraft Noise
Oleksandr Zaporozhets and Vadim Tokarev are Professors at the National Aviation University of the Ukraine. They were awarded a silver medal for achieving success in the development of a national economy of the USSR in 1987.
Keith Attenborough is Research Professor in Acoustics at the Open University, Education Manager of the (UK) Institute of Acoustics, and former Editor-in-Chief of Applied Acoustics. In 1996 he received the Rayleigh gold medal from the Institute of Acoustics and is an Honorary Fellow of the Institute of Acoustics and a Fellow of the Acoustical Society of America.