Turbines and the noise problem
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• Addressing members of the IRTE in Liverpool on Tuesday evening, Mr P. A. Phillips, a member of the British Leyland Corporation, spoke of the major part gas turbines could eventually play in heavy tran sport.
Gas turbines could be the answer to the increasing problem of vehicle noise and atmospheric pollution, said Mr Phillips. Exhaust fumes given off by the gas turbine powered vehicle would be mainly warm air. This would be within the limit of any future legislation governing atmospheric pollution.