New case study on how to reduce aircraft noise

Reducing aircraft noise is and will continue to be a key driver for the aviation industry. Increasingly stringent noise regulations aim at limiting noise levels generated by aircraft and perceived both by passengers and residents near airports. EU’s ACARE (Advisory Council for Aviation Research in Europe) is aiming to reduce noise emission of flying aircraft by 65% in 2050 relative to the capabilities of typical new aircraft in 2000.

This case study describes how ProLB is used by major aviation manufacturers to accurately predict and analyze far-field landing gear noise.

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