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Correlations of helicopter noise levels with physical and performance characteristics

J. Steven Newman

Correlations of helicopter noise levels with physical and performance characteristics

a preliminary report

by J. Steven Newman

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Published by Dept. of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Environment and Energy, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Helicopters -- Noise,
  • Helicopters -- Handling characteristics

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsUnited States. Federal Aviation Administration. Office of Environment and Energy
    The Physical Object
    Pagination25 p. :
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14942776M

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Office of Environment and Energy.]. on the aerodynamic performance of the aircraft. Consequently, it should be expected that the aerodynamically-generated noise of helicopter rotors will also change in response to changes in the ambient conditions.

These effects need to be quantified and considered when applying acoustic data acquired in one ambient condition to other ambient Size: 8MB. continuous sound levels exceed 60 dB Helicopters are not continuous Lmax is conservative as most of the noise event is below the maximum sound level Conservative 15 dB Noise Level Reduction (NLR) Outside to inside 75 dB Lmax Contours Represents onset of indoor speech interference.

The aim of the study was to compare the level of noise emitted by the helicopter to the noise emitted by engines of similar power, design, and performance, but with a different number of main rotor blades, which are used in aviation in the Republic of Size: 1MB.

The numerical investigation on the assessment of noise prediction techniques described in Section 2 concerns the unsteady flight of a lightweight helicopter inspired by the BO The BO is a relatively small, multi-purpose helicopter built by formerly MBB (now Eurocopter), with an empty mass of about kg and a maximum gross mass of by: 6.

Multicollinearity and Regression Analysis. In regression analysis it is obvious to have a correlation between the response and predictor(s), but having correlation among predictors is something undesired.

The number of predictors included in the regression model depends on many factors among which, historical data, experience, : Jamal Daoud. Published data. The certification noise levels can be found in the noise type certificates, which can be downloaded for each aircraft.

type, e.g., from the European Aviation Safety Agency.4In general, the manufacturer certifies each aircraft type. for various maximum take-off masses MTOM and maximum landing masses : Ulf Michel.

Comparative helicopter noise analysis in static and in-°ight conditions D. Novak a, T. Bucak a and D. Miljkovic b a University of Zagreb, Vukeliceva 4, Zagreb, Croatia b HEP, Vukovar Zagreb, Croatia @ Acoustics 08 Paris Comparative helicopter noise analysis in static and in-ight conditions Doris Novak a, Tino Bucak a and Dubravko Miljkovic b a University of Zagreb, Vukeliceva 4, Zagreb, Croatia b HEP, Vukovar Zagreb, Croatia @ Acoustics 08 Paris Aircraft Noise Characteristics and Metrics A PARTNER Project 24 Report Shashikant Ramdas More PARTNER-COE July This work was conducted under PARTNER Projects 1, 2, and INMâ s databases contain information for a variety of helicopter types that include physical descriptions of aircraft, noise-power-distance (NPD) curves, standard arrival, departure, and level flight profiles, and for some helicopters, hover-in-ground-effect profiles, directivity profiles for each operating mode, and spectral class data for some helicopters.

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In the publications cited above, exposure to noise with known characteristics, such as duration and level, was related to hearing impairment. The effects of noise on performance. VTOL Methods. The noise produced by helicopters, also known as vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft, is quite different from that produced by CTOL vehicles.

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