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Siberian scientists intend to develop a material to reduce the noise made during aircraft landing

Scientists from the Siberian Aeronautical Research Institute named after S.A. Chaplygin (SibNIA) develop a composite material capable of reducing the noise made during landing of an aircraft to a level of so called 'neighbourhood noise', i.e. to no more than 80 decibels. Such a technology is now being tested in the US, but Russian aircraft construction industry does not yet have such a material, said Alexei Ser’eznov, the academic director of SibNIA.
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«We are talking about so-called adaptable or additive composite materials, which, without violating the integrity of a wing, will be able to create dome-shaped trailing-edge flaps and wing slats, and therefore to reduce aircraft landing noise to a level of a 'neighbourhood noise', not exceeding 80 decibels,» he said.

Ser’eznov explained that during landing of an aircraft, there are gaps between trailing-edge flaps, through which air penetrates at high speed and creates a strong noise. The new material will help to make such a wing, in which there will be no crevices between the flaps, and hence the noise level will be reduced by several times. Ser’eznov also clarified that such a material might be used in a real aircraft as early as next year.

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