Richard E. Hayden

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Richard E. Hayden (b. March 23, 1946) is a specialist in acoustics. He earned a BS from Norwich University and an MS from Purdue University, after which he joined Bolt, Beranek, and Newman, where he embarked on a research program in the acoustics of flow/surface interactions.[1] He won the Wright Brothers Medal in 1973 for a paper entitled Fundamental Aspects of Noise Reduction From Powered Lift Devices.[2]

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  1. ^ Gregory, J. (1980) Who's Who in Engineering, 4th ed., American Association of Engineering Societies.
  2. ^ Hayden, R.E. (1973) Fundamental Aspects of Noise Reduction From Powered Lift Devices, Society of Automotive Engineers paper number 730376.