jet noise

jet noise

The noise generated externally to a jet engine in the turbulent jet exhaust.
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The Federal Aviation Administration on Monday said there's no need to prepare a new environmental study of an interim runway rotation meant to distribute nighttime jet noise at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago.
In the past, jet engine noise was predominantly due to jet noise and fan noise.
UPS AND DINS: Pair will move in after jet noise is blocked out
Comfy Dreamer bed, bathroom with a good shower, I could see planes landing from the window with a little jet noise, but nothing obtrusive.
Despite the proximity to the terminal, we heard no jet noise - but there were great runway views for us plane geeks.
We work in a potentially dangerous environment of jet noise, explosives, and severe weather conditions; it's up to each one of us to make it a safer place for all of us.
Despite their remoteness, however, many of these places are affected by jet noise.
Stone's new method (STN2JET) is used for coaxial jet noise prediction, which takes into account of the suppression by chevron nozzle [34].
He denied he had a vendetta against the RAF because his plans for luxury holiday lodges nearby did not get off the ground, allegedly because of jet noise.
He denied that he had a vendetta against the RAF because his plans for luxury holiday lodges nearby did not get off the ground, allegedly because of jet noise. Jones said he supported the military and wanted the RAF to move flight paths for the benefit of children at a private nursery near his home.
The team's speciality is a measurement technique that can resolve the rapidly evolving turbulent flow eddies that contribute most intensely to supersonic jet noise of the type generally found in military-style engines, and predicted for use in future commercial supersonic transport aircraft.