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Any way to access "A Reduced-Noise Gas Flow Design Guide"?

Any way to access "A Reduced-Noise Gas Flow Design Guide"?

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Greetings from a newcomer.

Previous similar threads have not been productive, but I thought I'd have another go at seeing if anyone out there knows a way to access "A Reduced-Noise Gas Flow Design Guide", consisting of two parts [a written manual and a Microsoft Excel (Microsoft Corporation) workbook], which was developed for the NASA Glenn Research Center. Everything I have read about it indicates that it would be a useful resource 'expected to have wide application in industry' but it seems to have disappeared into the ether.

It would be a shame for something like this to be created then either disappear or only have restricted availability.

RE: Any way to access "A Reduced-Noise Gas Flow Design Guide"?

My thoughts are, if it did "disappear", it did so for a good reason. With all the junk that manages to hang around, only the really bad stuff manages to go away.

Technology is stealing American jobs. Stop H1-Bs for robots.

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