Re: Engine noise

Date:         07 Jan 97 07:20:21 
From:         jamesr@u.washington.edu (James Rymsza)
Organization: University of Washington, Seattle
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In article <airliners.1997.111@ohare.Chicago.COM>,
Darren Rhodes <D.P.Rhodes@lboro.ac.uk> wrote:
>On 27 Dec 96 13:32:25 , "Robert M. Sherry" <sherryr@a.cs.okstate.edu>
>wrote:
>
>heard between a stage 2 and a stage 3 is probably because the stage 2
>aircraft was lighter and hence climbed faster away from you.
>

What about landing aircraft?  Is the noise generated from landing aircraft
used to determine classification as stage 2 or stage 3?  Can an aircraft
be stage 2 on accent and stage 3 on decent?

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