Aircraft noise reduction technologies
Aircraft noise is attributed to airframe structure as well as to powerplant contributions. INASCO is actively involved in developing strategies for reducing noise levels emerging from both sources in order to ensure that the gains potentially obtained at powerplant level are not limited by a noise floor at airframe level.

By adopting a whole aircraft approach based on the latest developments in active / adaptive technologies, flow control techniques and advances in computational aero-acoustics applied to the major causes of noise at source, INASCO aims to continuously developing breakthrough noise reduction technologies to meet the ACARE goals.
Noise related publications

Vaicaitis, R., Bofilios, D.A. and Eisler, R., "Experimental Study of Noise Transmission into a General Aviation Aircraft," NASA CR-172357, June 1984.