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aircraft noise

[′er‚kraft ‚nȯiz]
(acoustics)
Effective sound output of the various sources of noise associated with aircraft operation, such as propeller and engine exhaust, jet noise, and sonic boom.
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Contribute to an improved integration of the European Aviation Noise Research Community through a network of National Focal Points covering all countries with such technical interest- Identify potential reinforcement of future projects partnership through extended international networking and dedicated processes to foster new collaborations and promote novel ideas.
The commission admitted: "The closure of Heathrow would eliminate aviation noise as a significant issue for a large population to the west of London, whereas the numbers of people newly affected by noise from an ITE airport would be small, particularly if it is located on the Isle of Grain.
Today, a major negative factor in aviation is aviation noise, and it is likely to intensify in the nearest future.
7) Regarding aviation noise in Canada, the assessment of the impact of air traffic noise is based on the Noise Exposure Forecast (NEF).
Ellis is noted within the industry for her expertise in aviation noise and emissions issues, having participated in the Congressional passage of the National Noise Policy for aircraft in the United States which was then accepted by the International Civil Aviation Administration, ICAO, for all participating nations.
The 31-year-old Parkgate Crescent resident added she has got used to the roaring aviation noise overhead but it does worry her how low the aeroplanes fly.
BULLETIN BOARD: PSSR) announced today that, together with its subcontractor Harris Miller Miller & Hanson (HMMH) -- one of the world's leading aviation noise consulting firms -- it has contracted to provide comprehensive noise management solutions to Nashville International Airport.
Reducing aviation noise is important to the efficient operation and expansion of the National Airspace System because community opposition to aviation noise is a major obstacle to airport and runway development.
The airport intends to raise 19 grounds for challenge, including aviation noise, sustainability and the airport's permitted development rights.
Based on its interpretation of the scientific literature, the Federal Interagency Committee on Aviation Noise (FICAN) noted in a 1992 report titled Federal Agency Review of Selected Airport Noise Analysis Issues that 12.
Already, the authority has converted hundreds of acres surrounding the airport that were previously considered ``incompatible'' with aviation noise - including schools, homes and churches - into compatible uses, according to a quarterly noise impact report.
It is a testament to the dedication of the all-volunteer Aviation Noise Abatement Committee, in cooperation with GOAA, to continually enhance its investments in aircraft noise and flight tracking monitoring.

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