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Document Type: Report
Title: On some aspects of the noise propagation from supersonic aircraft
Authors: Lilley, G. M.
Westley, R.
Yates, A. H.
Busing, J. R.
Issue Date: Feb-1953
Abstract: The noise problem associated with an aircraft flying at supersonic speeds is shown to depend primarily on the shock wave pattern formed by the aircraft. The noise intensity received by a ground observer from a supersonic aircraft flying at high as well as low altitudes, is shown to be high although it is of a transient nature. Continues…
URI: http://dspace.lib.cranfield.ac.uk/handle/1826/7569
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