Adaptive Noise Reduction

Local intelligence-based impedance optimization. NASA’s Langley Research Center researchers have developed an adaptive noise reduction system that optimizes impedance in an aircraft engine. Aerospace and automotive engineers can take advantage of this innovative system that offers a superior approach to noise dampening. Advantages will be seen in improved noise reduction through all stages of the […]
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Local intelligence-based impedance optimization.

NASA’s Langley Research Center researchers have developed an adaptive noise reduction system that optimizes impedance in an aircraft engine. Aerospace and automotive engineers can take advantage of this innovative system that offers a superior approach to noise dampening. Advantages will be seen in improved noise reduction through all stages of the flight, including takeoff and landing. In addition, the system corrects and adapts to mechanical and chemical changes over the life of the engine liner. The technology employs a honeycomb design with a variable control backing that self-adjusts based on real-time aeroacoustics for maximum effectiveness. The technology can be readily incorporated into existing technologies and transitioned to the marketplace. NASA is seeking market insights on commercialization of this new adaptive noise reduction technology, and welcomes interest from potential producers, users, and licensees.

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Project Detail
Date:
November 9, 2016
Patent:
2017-15
Category:
Place of Invention:
Langley Research Center