RUMBLE in EASN's newletter

The RUMBLE project is presented in the European Aeronautics Science Network’s Newsletter. This newsletter is published in regular basis and is distributed to several thousands of researchers and scientists throughout Europe.

In the January 2018 issue, a RUMBLE related article was published presenting briefly the project, its objectives and moves towards their accomplishments.

 “The main objective of the project is to produce scientific evidence requested by national, European and international regulation authorities to determine the acceptable level of overland sonic booms and appropriate ways to comply with it. To this end, RUMBLE project aims to gather evidence needed to support new regulations. By combining scientific excellence, world-class research infrastructures and industrial leadership bearing the heritage of previous supersonic aircrafts, the project’s target is to develop and assess sonic boom predictive tools, study the human response to sonic boom and validate its findings utilizing wind-tunnel and actual flight tests. Except of promoting new regulations, RUMBLE will also pave the way for a future low boom flying demonstrator...”

For the entire article please visit the: January 2018 issue of the EASN Newsletter

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 769896.

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