From: email@example.com (doug wakefield) Organization: Express Access Online Communications, Greenbelt, MD USA Date: 03 Nov 95 04:23:15
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During discussions of identifying engiens by their sound, and more recently a discussion on rates of climb, the subject of noise reduction appeared. A very straightforward question that probably donesn't have a straightforward answer. Do the requirements for reduce noise compromise safety at all? Seems to me throtling back during a planes most vulnerable time can't help but increase risk if a problem suddenly appears. But I'm not a pilot.