Experiments to Determine Neighborhood Reactions to Light Airplanes With and Without External Noise Reduction
Description: "The work reported was part of a program of experimentation with external noise reduction on light airplanes. This particular study was in effect a byproduct survey conceived to utilize already available equipment and personnel to further the findings of the original research and to determine reactions in populated neighborhoods to light aircraft with and without noise-reduction equipment. The findings indicate that at the 10 sites within and about metropolitan Boston the degree of noise reduction previously found to be aerodynamically and structurally feasible did eliminate substantially all neighborhood objections to noise per se" (p. 1155).
Date: May 5, 1950
Creator: Elwell, Fred S.
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