Commercial aircraft flight deck noise criteria
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Commercial aircraft flight deck noise criteria final report by J. E. Mabry

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Published by The Service, National Technical Information Service [distributor in Washington, D.C, Springfield, Va .
Written in English


  • Aircraft cabins -- Noise.

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StatementJ.E. Mabry, B.M. Sullivan, R.A. Shields ; prepared for U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Systems Research & Development Service.
ContributionsSullivan, B. M., Shields, R. A., United States. Federal Aviation Administration. Systems Research and Development Service., Man-Acoustics and Noise, inc.
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Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
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Open LibraryOL15259810M

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on the flight deck. Ambient noise levels on flight decks and noise levels from crew headsets were therefore measured on a sample of aircraft including all types in the British Airways fleet. 0($(0(17 6 0$'(Measurements were made during scheduled flights within the UK and from the UK toContinental Europe, the USA and Canada. Throughout each. and 69% of the flight attendants reported providing the flight-deck crew with that safety information. For example, one pilot reported, “ A flight attendant came to the flightdeck to pass. A Test environment.. A Locations for measuring noise from an airplane in flight must be surrounded by relatively flat terrain having no excessive sound absorption characteristics such as might be caused by thick, matted, or tall grass, shrubs, or wooded obstructions that significantly influence the sound field from the airplane must exist within a conical space above the. The presence of an abnormal vibration or noise usually is cause for flight crew attention. Experience provides flight crews with the ability to judge the severity of the vibration, distinct signatures, and most important, the immediate history of the flight conditions (i.e., the conditions of flight before the event and the parameter changes.