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Aero Acoustics Ltd
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Aeroacoustic research, development and consultancy
Aeroacoustic research, development and consultancy

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Craig Mead reviewed the book 'Computational Aeroacoustics: a Wave Number Approach by Chris Tam' for the August 2014 edition of The Aeronautical Journal. If you are interested you can read it here:
http://www.aerosociety.com/Assets/Docs/NAL/Book%20Reviews/AeroJournal_Aug2014.pdf
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Some great books for aeroacousticians:

Jet Aeroacoustics. Ed. G Raman. ISBN-13: 978-0906522691. A collection of key articles in the field of jet aeroacoustics which together provide a full and current perspective. It has a companion volume ‘Computational Aeroacoustics’ (ISBN-13: 978-0906522554).

Acoustics of Fluid Structure Interactions. M S Howe. ISBN-13: 978-0521054287. A great reference book giving analytical treatments and examples for many practical problems.

Aircraft Noise. M J T Smith. ISBN-10: 0521616999. Originally published in 1989 it is perhaps starting to show its age, despite an update in 2004. Nevertheless, this remains a great introduction to the practical application of aeroacoustics to the problem of aircraft noise.

Understanding Digital Signal Processing. R G Lyons. ISBN-13: 978-0137027415. Not an aeroacoustics book per se, but chances are you are going to need to understand signal processing at some point, and this book manages to be clearly and very accessible without compromising on the technical content.

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Craig Mead (Director Aero Acoustics Ltd) reviewed the book 'Aircraft Noise: Assessment, prediction and control' by O. Zaporozhets et al for the January edition of the Aeronautical Journal. If you are interested, you can read it here: http://aerosociety.com/Assets/Docs/NAL/Book%20Reviews/AeroJournal_Jan2013.pdf
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Bombardier CRJ900 with GE CF34 engines. When it entered service in 2003 this was the first production use of chevron nozzles for noise reduction.
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