A new wind deflector which, when the top is dropped, cuts air flow inside the cabin by 30 per cent and also reduces aerodynamic noise
The unsteady flow field in the wake of the external rear view mirror of a typical production car is known to be a significant source of aerodynamic noise
,  and a contributor to the total drag force on the vehicle .
Seal noise generation is estimated by models and found that the sound transmission from the exterior to the interior through side-glass windows and seals as the primary aerodynamic noise
sources [8, 13].
The aircraft showed good stability, while low aerodynamic noise
at speed indicated an efficient wing design.
The main reasons for noise in the subway are: Road intersects (embranchments switches), turning on rail, electric motors, electric equipment, signals, locomotives, stopping and also aerodynamic noise
JAXA uses simulation technologies in a wide range of fields, including research into the fluidic, thermal, and structural characteristics of rocket engines and the aerodynamic noise
is a major impact, because now you can hear it.
25 ( ANI ): Researchers have claimed to have found how exactly owls achieve the acoustic stealth to effectively eliminate the aerodynamic noise
from their wings - allowing them to hunt and capture their prey in silence.
analysis techniques, a strategy for designing a monitor for intelligent industrial processing based on multi-agents, the effect of sunroofs and side windows on aerodynamic characteristics of a transit bus, aerodynamic noise
characteristics for the control valve of a steam turbine, safety research for face recognition based on image features and digital watermarking, and a route selection mechanism for the mobility of nodes in mobile ad hoc networks.
For many reasons, including the repetitive aerodynamic noise
he dismisses, residents of those areas will have an opinion to express.
However, Emerson's Noise Attenuation Technology is available on EZH Series regulators to reduce aerodynamic noise
generated by internal turbulence created by high pressure drop ratios.
It's called aerodynamic noise
and is caused by the blades being driven forcefully into slow or turbulent air.