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JAXA Visitor to the Aviation Systems Division
August 20, 2015

Dr. Hirokazu Ishii, Helicopter Section Leader, Aeronautical Technology Directorate, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) visited Ames on August 13, 2015. NASA and JAXA have a five-year (2014-2019) agreement to explore areas of mutual interest in Air Traffic Management. As part of the agreement, NASA is trying to assess JAXA noise modeling capability and possible use in developing efficient terminal area arrival and departure trajectories with minimal noise impact. Dr. Ishii met with Dr. Banavar Sridhar, Dr. Shon Grabbe and Ms. Sandy Lozito and discussed the differences between the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and JAXA noise models. NASA presented simplified noise models for use in the development of efficient aircraft arrival trajectories with minimal noise impact. Preliminary discussions were also held on the collection and distribution of common scenarios at a targeted airport (e.g., Baltimore-Washington International Airport, Maryland) for comparative evaluation of different noise models. (POC: Dr. Banavar Sridhar)



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