Flyover and static tests to study flight velocity effects on jet noise of suppressed and unsuppressed plug nozzle configurations
- Chamberlin, R.
- Aug 1, 1973.
- Physical Description:
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- Two spoke-type suppressor plug nozzles and a basic plug nozzle were tested for noise and thrust performance. The nozzles were mounted on an underwing nacelle on an F-106B aircraft, and tests were made both statically and in flyovers at Mach 0.4 at an altitude of 91 meters (300 ft). The flight and static data were adjusted to common reference conditions so that direct comparisons could be made. The noise characteristics that these nozzles would have on a large multiengine aircraft at a 640-meter (2100-ft) sideline distance are also presented. Flight noise levels for all three nozzles were higher than static at comparable conditions; and a shift in the frequency spectra was seen from static to flight, indicating the presence of a forward velocity effect on the noise characteristics.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19730020003.
Accession ID: 73N28735.
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