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In plasma sound reduction technology the internal hot gas plasma is used as the speaker element to create a phase inverted wave to interfere with the acoustic noise wave inside a jet engine. In September 2002 ASI Technology Corporation signed a contract with the University of Mississippi's National Center of Physical Acoustics ("NCPA") to perform the first phase of experimental work.

In 2003 the Ohio State University proposed a localized arc filament plasma actuator for noise mitigation and mixing enhancement in jet engines. The technique is told to reduce jet engine noise during takeoff and landing while not affecting the jet exhaust flow and thrust during cruising and thus improving fuel efficiency.






















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