Awakening Effects of Simulated Sonic Booms and Subsonic Aircraft Noise
This, paper will briefly describe a simulator of sonic booms as the booms would be experienced in houses under the flight path of a supersonic aircraft. It will also describe research on the effects of these simulated booms upon sleeping humans.
KeywordsSleep Stage Aircraft Noise Awakening Effect Sonic Boom Stanford Research Institute
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