WSU wins $750,000 NASA grant to reduce aircraft noise

 

From WSU Today:

"Wichita State University will lead a research effort with the University of Kansas, Kansas State University and three industry partners to develop a next-generation acoustic liner for aircraft engines in order to reduce impacts from aircraft noise and expand where planes may fly.

Bhisham Sharma, a WSU assistant professor of aerospace engineering, is the lead investigator on the research project, which is being funded with a $750,000 three-year research award from NASA. The research will be conducted in collaboration with Zhongquan Charlie Zheng at KU, Dong Lin at Kansas State, and ERG Materials and Aerospace Corp., Honeywell Aerospace and Spirit AeroSystems."

Read the full story at WSU Today.