Aircraft noise has been become a prominent source of media headlines, a subject for green lobbies, and a concern for operators and decision-makers, particularly at a time when further airport expansion is made difficult by land planning and various environmental restrictions. This course will address these wider problems, but it will focus specifically on the engineering aspects of generation, propagation and mitigation of aircraft noise. This course deals with commercial airplanes powered by gas-turbine engines. Unique features of this course include multi-disciplinary analysis of aircraft noise: aerodynamics, propulsion, acoustics, outdoor sound propagation, flight physics, numerical optimisation, system engineering, certification and regulations, and stochastic analysis.
More information is on http://www.mace.manchester.ac.uk/study/cpd/short-courses/aircraft-noise/
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UK Acoustics Network are happy to support travel for early career researchers working in academia and in SMEs. Request support by filling a copy of the Request for UK Acoustics Network Travel Grant Form available on https://goo.gl/forms/WdzrechLgr9SmcwE2.