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Civil aircraft sonic boom regulation

United States Federal Aviation Administration

Civil aircraft sonic boom regulation

final environmental impact statement, FAA project.

by United States Federal Aviation Administration

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Published in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sonic boom

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTL574 S55 U5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination66p.
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18896586M

    Following World War II, the United States turned its attention to the civil aircraft industry. With a strong manufacturing foundation in place, the U.S. produced up to 50, air transport aircraft per year following the war. A greater variety of civil aircraft also began to emerge. Purchase Flight Performance of Fixed and Rotary Wing Aircraft - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN ,

    If the variance in UAM design proves too broad to be covered under existing regulations, FAA says it can write new standards. “USC (a section of federal code controlling aircraft noise and sonic boom) provides the opportunity for FAA to develop the necessary standards . But there was a huge roadblock. Worldwide, there is no standard for how loud a supersonic boom can be. Overland supersonic flight is banned in the United States and Europe, and if that can’t be changed, a supersonic commercial airplane is an economic non-starter. The only surviving supersonic project is the decade-old Aerion business jet.

    Luke AFB stands up new FA lightning II fighter squadron. Republic of Korea Air Force FA pilot takes first flight. 63rd FS continues to train. Lightning in the night. F touches down for the first time in South America. AF selects locations for next two Air National Guard F bases. Hill Fs train across Korean Peninsula. FAA/AM/09 - Behavioral, autonomic, and subjective reactions to low- and moderate-level sonic booms: A report of two experiments and a general evaluation of sonic boom startle effects. FAA/AM/10 - Multiple-task performance as a predictor of the potential of .


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Civil aircraft sonic boom regulation by United States Federal Aviation Administration Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sonic boom regulation: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Transportation and Aeronautics of the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce, House of Representatives, Ninety-second Congress, first session, on H.R.

and S. (and all identical or similar bills). The sonic boom generated by the Concorde and other early supersonic aircraft was very loud, and as a result the FAA banned flights in the United States from going faster than the speed of sound (Mach 1).

This ban should be rescinded and replaced with a noise standard. The FAA uses the term sonic boom to refer to a high-pressure air disturbance directed toward the ground by an aircraft flying supersonically and creating noise unacceptable to the public. Supersonic flight over land by civil aircraft is prohibited in the United States.

Sec. - Civil aircraft sonic boom. Sec. - Civil supersonic airplanes that do not comply with part Sec. - Civil supersonic airplanes: Noise limits. Since Marchsupersonic flight over land by civil aircraft has been prohibited by regulation in the United States.

The Concorde was the only civil supersonic airplane that offered service to the United States, and it is no longer in service. Interest in supersonic aircraft technology has not disappeared. So the U.S. wrote a bunch of regulations designed to "relieve and protect the public health and welfare from aircraft noise and sonic boom." It is primarily the FAA's responsibility in the U.S Author: Ray Hennessey.

A scramjet (supersonic combustion ramjet) is a variant of a ramjet airbreathing jet engine in which combustion takes place in supersonic in ramjets, a scramjet relies on high vehicle speed to compress the incoming air forcefully before combustion (hence ramjet), but whereas a ramjet decelerates the air to subsonic velocities before combustion, the airflow in a scramjet is supersonic.

That law required the development of “standards to measure aircraft noise and sonic boom” and “regulations to control and abate”—but, critically, not eliminate—those conditions. While developing these regulations, the FAA was directed to “consider whether the standard or regulation is economically reasonable, technologically.

because the sonic boom is loud and it annoys people. there are places across the us where speeds above Mach 1 are permitted. Due to concerns over sonic boom noise, the A2 would only fly hypersonically over the ocean or unpopulated areas.

When flying over populated regions, it would fly just under the speed of sound. At top speed, the A2 can fly from Australia to northern Europe in just five hours. One big concern with the A2 is passenger comfort. Supersonic Flight Integration [].

This case reviews the Challenge of Integrating Supersonic Flight into American is the collaborative work of Alexander Merker and Farida Ibrahim, graduate students enrolled in George Mason University's Transportation Policy, Operations, and Logistics Program at the time of writing.

The following casebook explores the key actors, policy challenges. The Federal Aviation Administration has recently issued a new sonic boom regulation which bans nearly all supersonic flight by civil aircraft over the United States and its territorial waters. The regulation, which became effective Approhibits the operation of civilian aircraft at speeds greater than March 1 without authorization.

Regulation; Minimum Speed for Safe Flight: Always: 14 CFR § Aircraft speed. Mach Always, except in compliance with 14 CFR § 91 Appendix B: Authorizations To Exceed Mach 1 (§) 14 CFR § Civil aircraft sonic boom.

KIAS: Holding Patterns ab ft. MSL: Aeronautical Information Manual Table 5–3–1: KIAS. Yes, a sonic boom produced at 60,' can be heard on the ground.

First of all, a sonic boom consist in a steep increase of air pressure, followed by a slow, linear decrease below the nominal ambient pressure, and again a steep increase back to the nominal pressure. It is therefore called N.

The Anti-Concorde Project, founded by environmental activist Richard Wiggs, challenged the idea of supersonic passenger transport, and curtailed Concorde's commercial prospects. When Concorde entered service inof the 74 options (non-binding orders, from 16 airlines) held at the time of the first flight, only those for the state airlines of Britain and France were taken up, so that only.

It provides critical data for aircraft certification, accident investigation, fleet management, flight regulations, and safety. This book presents an unrivalled range of advanced flight performance models for both transport and military aircraft, including the unconventional ends of the envelopes.

A third aircraft carrying state-of-the-art equipment had the mission of photographing the shock waves from the two jets at the moment of the “sonic boom”.

These photographs, published on March 5,had color added after the test to show the waves more clearly. Flight through the air—by insects, birds, or airplanes— requires sufficient power to overcome the forces of gravity and drag.

Since that first flight at Kitty Hawk inaviation has advanced at an astonishing rate to become a key component of developed economies and societies. Because of the. The operation of US military aircraft such as the Mach 3+ North American XB Valkyrie prototypes and Convair B Hustler strategic nuclear bomber had shown that sonic booms were quite capable of reaching the ground, and the experience from the Oklahoma City sonic boom tests led to the same environmental concerns that hindered the commercial Manufacturer: BAC (later BAe and BAE Systems).

In a June 18th letter to Sens. John Thune (R, SD) and Bill Nelson (D, FL) of the Senate Commerce Committee, a group of think tanks and a legal-action group requested that the Senate’s FAA reauthorization bill repeal the ban on operating supersonic civil aircraft over U.S.

territory and direct the FAA to develop a sonic boom noise standard, as. Although one way of reducing environmental impact is to reduce cruising speeds, Dassault Aviation is also exploring the feasibility of a supersonic business jet that would still meet future environmental standards, including noise, pollution and the sonic boom.

The HISAC High Speed Aircraft program is a first step in evaluating the feasibility.Project case files, Management project case files, Directives management case files, Office files of the chief of the Supply Management Branch, Records relating to sonic boom structural testing, Management survey files.

According to the EASA Part A Designation of applicable environmental protection requirements and certification specification (a) The applicable noise requirements for the issue of a TC for an aircraft are prescribed according to the provisions of Chapter 1 of An Volume I, Part II to the Chicago Convention and: ().

(b) The applicable emission requirements for the issue of a TC.