Aeroacoustic assessment of blended wing body configuration with low noise technologies
Francesco P. Adamo, Mattia Barbarino et al.download PDF
Abstract. An aeroacoustic assessment of promising novel aircraft concepts (BOLT and REBEL, two Blended wing bodies respectively with conventional and hybrid engines) devoted to fly in 2035-2050 scenario coupled with Low Noise Technologies (LNT) developed inside the framework of ARTEM project (H2020) has shown. The noise assessment of each noise source of the AAC (Advanced Air Concepts) has been provided including the attenuation due to the masking effects due to the fuselage. The results are then used for the noise impact on the ground, through a ray-tracing method and taking into account the installative effects, with a comparison with standard/similar aircraft. Finally, the noise assessment of a AAC&Standard fleet on a reference airport has been provided.
Aeroacoustics, Low Noise Technologies, BWB, Distributed Electric Propulsion, Regional Aircraft, Shielding Effect, Airport Noise, Footprint
Published online 2023/11/01, 4 pages
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Citation: Francesco P. Adamo, Mattia Barbarino et al., Aeroacoustic assessment of blended wing body configuration with low noise technologies, Materials Research Proceedings, Vol. 37, pp 2-5, 2023
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