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Propfan noise propagation

Propfan noise propagation

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Published by Cornell University, Dept. of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Ithaca, N.Y, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Airplanes -- Noise.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlbert R. George, Ben Wel-C. Sim.
    Series[NASA contractor report] -- NASA-CR 192221., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-192221.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14703955M

      Rasmussen, On the effect of terrain profile on sound propagation outdoors, Journal of Sound and Vibration, Vol Issue 1, Pages 35–44, January Attenborougha, Review of ground effects on outdoor sound propagation from continuous broadband sources, Applied Acoustics, Vol Issue 4, Pages , NOISE CONTROL Outdoor Sound Propagation J. S. Lamancusa Penn State 7/20/ Review of Hemispherical Sound Propagation You should recall from Section 5, for a point source in a loss-less medium with no reflections, that the sound intensity is related to power and range by: 2 2 4 ().

    LOOMING LIKE AN ALIEN CRAFT ABOVE THE GENERAL ELECTRIC STAND at the Paris Air Show was an egg-shaped engine nacelle that had, mounted on its smaller end, two rows of scimitar-like propeller blades 12 feet in diameter. The GE people called this new prop-fan engine an UnDucted Fan, and it was the. En Route Noise Levels From Propfan Test Assessment Airplane By Donald P. Garber, Donald P. Garber, Jr. and William L. Willshire and William L. Willshire Abstract.

    Thermal Noise Amount of thermal noise to be found in a bandwidth of 1Hz in any device or conductor is: •N 0 = noise power density in watts per 1 Hz of bandwidth •k = Boltzmann's constant = x J/K •T = temperature, in kelvins (absolute temperature) N 0 =kT (W/Hz). Abstract. A method for predicting the noise field of a propfan operating at angle of attack to the oncoming flow is presented. The method takes advantage of the high-blade-count of the advanced propeller designs to provide an accurate and efficient formula for predicting their noise .


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Ben Wel-C., Sim and A. R., George, " A Survey of Propfan Noise Propagation at Cruise," To be presented at National Conference on Noise Control Engineering, Williamsburg, Virginia, May Ben Wel-C, Sim, " Propfan Noise Propagation," M.S.

thesis, Comell University, Note The following f'mal report is essentially the same as reference 1. The unconventional supersonic tip speed of advanced propellers has led to uncertainties about Propfan's noise acceptability and compliance with Federal Aviation Noise Regulation (FAR 36).

Overhead flight testing of the Propfan with an SR-7L blade during 's Propfan Test Assessment (PTA) Program have shown unexpectedly high far-field sound Author: Albert R.

George, Ben Wel-C. Sim. The en route noise test was designed to characterize propagation of propfan noise from cruise altitudes to the ground. In-flight measurements of propfan.

A study of Propfan far-field noise is carried out based on geometrical acoustics theory. The analysis traces the acoustic rays and ray tube areas carrying the acoustic disturbances to the far-field.

Sound attenuation due to nonlinear steepening, atmospheric absorption and turbulence scattering are also investigated. A comparison of our prediction methodology with. A propfan, also called an open rotor engine, or unducted fan (as opposed to a ducted fan), is a type of aircraft engine related in concept to both the turboprop and turbofan, but distinct from design is intended to offer the speed and performance of a turbofan, with the fuel economy of a turboprop.

A propfan is typically designed with a large number of short, highly. The en route noise test was designed to characterize propagation of propfan noise from cruise altitudes to the ground.

In-flight measurements of propfan source levels and directional patterns were made by a chase plane flying in formation with the propfan test assessment (PTA) airplane. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA The sources of noise are split into propulsive (§ ) and non-propulsive components (§ ).

We include a discussion of the APU noise as a separate item (§ ). The propeller-noise model (§ ) is discussed in isolation from airframe and engines. Chapter 17 deals with propagation effects. Chapter 18 deals with noise trajectories. Book.

Full-text available. low-frequency acoustic noise propagation characteristics of the Advanced Turboprop (propfan) Aircraft was conducted on April 3. The en route noise test was designed to characterize propagation of prop-sCan noise from cruise altitudes to the ground.

In-flight measurements of propfan source levels and directional patterns were made by a chase plane fly-ing in formation with the propfan test assessment (PTA) airplane. Ground. to study the propagation of propfan noise from cruise altitudes to the ground and to assess the annoy-ance caused y that noise.

The test was conducted at the White Sands Missile Range (WSMR) where background noise was lwo and considerable range support was ailableva for tracking the airplane and taking weather measurements. The test consisted. The propagation of the acoustic pressures from the noise sources is done through a number of additional sub-models, which include spherical spreading, Doppler effects, ground reflection, shear winds and temperature gradients through the atmosphere.

We present some fly-over noise. Journal of Sound and Vibration () (1), AN EXPERIMENTAL AND THEORETICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE PROPAGATION OF SOUND WAVES THROUGH A TURBULENT BOUNDARY LAYERt M.

SALIKUDDIN, C. TAM$ AND R. BURRIN Lockhead Aeronautical Systems Company, Georgia Division, Marietta, GeorgiaU.S.A. (Received 27 Juneand in revised form 17 May ) As the sound. Aircraft Noise traces the origins of this problem to the introduction of the jet engine into the airline fleet in the late s and describes the legal restrictions now placed on the industry.

It explains the derivation of the special noise units and assessment scales now used around the world; noise exposure modeling and forecasting; the major sources of aircraft noise and their. infrasound. Structural vibrations are now often included in acoustics.

Also the perception of sound is an area of acoustical research. In our present introduction we will limit ourselves to the original definition and to the propagation in fluids like air and water.

In such a case acoustics is a part of fluid dynamics. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA 1. Propeller and Propfan Noise - B.

Magliozzi, D.B. Hanson, and R.K. Amiet Introduction Description of Propellers Propeller Noise Characteristics Propeller Noise-Generating Mechanisms Prediction Methods for Propeller Harmonic Noise Prediction Methods for Propeller Broadband Noise Propagation Effects.

The underlying noise mechanisms have previously been described in literature but, to the authors’ knowledge, this is the first time that the individual contributions of front-rotor wake interaction, aft-rotor upstream influence, hub-endwall secondary flows, and front-rotor tip-vortices to interaction tone noise are dissected and quantified.

Heretofore, noise-reducing propfan designs have provided for installation of shrouds around the blades. A single propeller surrounded by such a shroud is denoted an advanced ducted propeller (ADP); a pair of counter-rotating propellers surrounded by such a shroud is denoted a counter-rotating integrated shrouded propeller (CRISP).

Aircraft Noise traces the origins of this problem to the introduction of the jet engine into the airline fleet in the late s and describes the legal restrictions now placed on the industry. It explains the derivation of the special noise units and assessment scales now used around the world; noise exposure modeling and forecasting; the major sources of aircraft noise .Jet engine - Jet engine - Turboprops, propfans, and unducted fan engines: The turboprop is the power plant that occupies the next band of flight speeds in the flight spectrum, from a Mach number of to The propulsor is a propeller with a somewhat higher discharge, or jet velocity, than that of the helicopter rotor to match the flight speed, and it has a proportionately .