||Noise Exposure of Civil Aircarrier Airplanes Through the Year 2000. Volume II: Appendices A through F.
Bartel, Carroll ;
Sutherland, Louis C. ;
||Wyle Labs./Wyle Research, Arlington, VA.;Environmental Protection Agency, Arlington, VA. Office of Noise Abatement and Control.
||WR-78-11; EPA-68-01-3514; EPA/550/9-79/313-B;
Aircraft noise ;
Noise reduction ;
Noise pollution ;
Jet aircraft noise ;
Supersonic aircraft ;
Noise levels ;
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This report presents results of an estimate of the national exposure to aircarrier aircraft noise through the year 2000. The forecast was carried out to show the effect of two types of noise abatement options. The first consisted of modifications to FAR Part 36 proposed to the Federal Aviation Administration (Notice 76-22) by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency which would establish lower noise limits for newly designed aircraft in the years 1980 and 1985. The second type consisted of alternative power cutback procedures (FAA AC 91-39 and two variations of ALPA/Northwest Airlines procedure) coupled with minor variations on approach procedures.