Jet Aeroacoustics

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Ganesh Raman
Multi-Science Publication, 2008 - Science - 568 pages
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An up-to-date survey of airplane noise, this single-volume reference thoroughly addresses the key problems facing aeronautical engineers. By tackling the most important aspects of jet aeroacoustics, including theories of jet noise, the design of jet noise facilities, and how jet noise is measured, this thoroughly researched analysis outlines a plan for first limiting the current distress being vocalized in issues of passenger cabin comfort and protests by those living near airports and later for finding an overall solution to jet noise.

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The source of Aerodynamic Noise
Aeroacoustics of supersonic jet issued from corrugated
Simulations of supersonic jet noise

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About the author (2008)

Ganesh Raman is an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the Illinois Institute of Technology, the editor of the International Journal of Aeroacoustics, and a former employee of NASA's Glenn Research Center, where he worked on jet aeroacoustics. He lives in Chicago.

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