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The 1995 NASA High-Speed Research Program Sonic Boom WorkshopThe High-Speed Research Program and NASA Langley Research Center sponsored the NASA High-Speed Research Program Sonic Boom Workshop on September 12-13, 1995. The workshop was designed to bring together NASAs scientists and engineers and their counterparts in industry, other Government agencies, and academia working together in the sonic boom element of NASAs High-Speed Research Program. Specific objectives of this workshop were to (1) report the progress and status of research in sonic boom propagation, acceptability, and design; (2) promote and disseminate this technology within the appropriate technical communities; (3) help promote synergy among the scientists working in the Program; and (4) identify technology pacing the development of viable reduced-boom High-Speed Civil Transport concepts. The Workshop included these sessions: Session 1 - Sonic Boom Propagation (Theoretical); Session 2 - Sonic Boom Propagation (Experimental); and Session 3 - Acceptability Studies - Human and Animal.
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Document Type
Conference Proceedings
Baize, Daniel G.
(NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA United States)
Date Acquired
August 17, 2013
Publication Date
July 1, 1996
Publication Information
Publication: 1995 NASA High-Speed Research Program Sonic Boom Workshop. Volume 1
Subject Category
Aeronautics (General)
Report/Patent Number
NAS 1.55:3335-Vol-1
Meeting Information
NASA High-Speed Research Program Sonic Boom Workshop(Hampton, VA)
Funding Number(s)
PROJECT: RTOP 537-07-21-21
Distribution Limits
Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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