Aviation Environmental Design Tool (AEDT)
AEDT is a software system that dynamically models aircraft performance in space and time to produce fuel burn, emissions and noise. Full flight gate-to-gate analyses are possible for study sizes ranging from a single flight at an airport to scenarios at the regional, national, and global levels. AEDT is currently used by the U.S. government to consider the interdependencies between aircraft-related fuel burn, noise and emissions.
In 2014, AEDT2b will also become the next generation aviation environmental consequence tool, replacing the current public-use aviation air quality and noise analysis tools such as the Integrated Noise Model (INM – single airport noise analysis) and the Emissions and Dispersion Modeling System (EDMS – single airport emissions analysis).
You can find information on obtaining AEDT, as well as links to AEDT documentation and FAA guidance, on the official website for AEDT at https://aedt.faa.gov/.