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Aviation and the Environment: FAA’s and NASA’s R&D Plans for Noise Reduction are Aligned but the Prospects of Achieving Noise Reduction Goals are Uncertain
Reducing aviation noise is important to the effici

 
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By Gerald L. Dillingham (au)
Year: 2008
Pages: 27
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1437903193

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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 FAA and NASA have the primary fed. responsibility for R&D on aviation noise. FAA focuses on the impacts of aviation noise on communities, while NASA focuses on noise at its source -- aircraft engines and airframes. Both FAA and NASA have set noise reduction goals. This report addresses: (1) FAA’s and NASA’s R&D plans for addressing aviation noise and the extent to which they are aligned; and (2) FAA’s and NASA’s noise reduction goals and the likelihood that these goals will be achieved. Charts and tables.

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