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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Senator Kirsten Gillibrand called on Steve Dickson, President Trumps nominee to serve as the next administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), to commit to addressing the problem of overhead aircraft noise in New York.
And in terms of aircraft noise, the aircraft is the quietest in its class both internally for passengers, and externally, by a significant margin," said John Slattery, President and CEO, Embraer Commercial Aviation.
The new aircraft noise information should be available through a new website (which should be available in the next few months) that can be customised to show information on flights and noise relevant to a resident's local area.
ONCC represents 43 communities and 22 school districts dedicated to reducing aircraft noise and is the only inter-governmental agency dedicated to reducing aircraft noise in the communities around O'Hare International Airport.
Not only air pollution negatively impacts on health, but also car, train and aircraft noise increases the risk for cardiovascular diseases and diabetes, as previous research has demonstrated.
Noise from aircraft at night is suggested to be limited to less than 40dB, as higher levels of aircraft noise are associated with adverse effects on sleep.
The guidance provides recommendations on average noise exposure for road traffic noise, railway noise, aircraft noise and wind turbine noise.
Summary: New Delhi [India], June 30 (ANI): The Delhi International Airport Limited (DIAL) has set up a noise complaint cell for hospitals and residences around the airport to control aircraft noise.
However, residents have complained that this concentration of flight paths has meant those people still impacted by aircraft noise from Heathrow are "far worse off", compared with 2014.
The move follows studies that showed aircraft noise levels heard at night by residents in some areas exceeded safe levels approved by the World Health Organisation.
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.
Among a set of factors that impact the aircraft noise perception is the number of flights--a number of aircraft noise events.

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