aircraft noise


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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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Being exposed to aircraft noise over long periods of time may increase the risk of high blood pressure, heart flutter and stroke, a new study finds.
But Heathrow claims various conditions will serve to reduce aircraft noise.
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 3, 2016-France, NASA partner to research effects of aircraft noise
However, due to the incessant growth of the global air traffic, aircraft noise pollution has gradually become a major public issue.
com)-- Historically, MWAA's noise monitors determined aircraft noise events by identifying noise levels that exceeded a defined "noise event threshold" for a minimum duration.
LETTER FROM THE PAST Stand up against aircraft noise I WAS shocked to read that the chairman of the District Valuation Panel Mr GE Jull assesses the nuisance of aircraft noise by the distance of the house from the airport runway.
Two 2013 studies involving millions of British residents living airports reported an association between exposure to aircraft noise and increased hospital admissions for cardiovascular diseases.
The scheme is part of Heathrow's pledge to explore innovative solutions for reducing the impact of aircraft noise on local communities.
Exposure to high levels of aircraft noise near busy airports has been linked to heart disease Exposure to high levels of aircraft noise near busy airports has been linked to a higher risk of heart disease and strokes in two separate studies from Britain and the United States.
PEOPLE living in the flight path of Belfast's George Best Airport claim they fear for their health after a new study linked aircraft noise to heart attacks and strokes.
9 ( ANI ): A new study has suggested that areas that have high levels of aircraft noise are likelier to have higher risk of hospital admissions and deaths from stroke, heart and circulatory disease.

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