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15.2 - The New CNOSSOS calculation method for environmental noise of road / railway / industrial noise The benefits of validating your aircraft noise model Trow James, Allmark Claire United Kingdom
15.2 - The New CNOSSOS calculation method for environmental noise of road / railway / industrial noise Conversion of Railway Source Description of CNOSSOS - EU to CNOSSOS - DE Möhler Ulrich, Huth Christine, Liepert Manfred Germany
15.2 - The New CNOSSOS calculation method for environmental noise of road / railway / industrial noise CNOSSOS and industrial noise Witte Rob Netherlands
15: Noise mapping Input data complexity in railway traffic noise modeling: Case Study of Railway line M604 Oštarije – Gospić – Knin – Split Ahac Saša, Ahac Maja, Dragčević Vesna, Lakušić Stjepan Croatia (Hrvatska)
15: Noise mapping Differences in noise modelling in Slovenia Cenček Špela, Markun Alenka Slovenia
15: Noise mapping ZONING OF URBAN AREAS TO HIGHLIGHT THE RISK LEVELS OF HEALTH VIOLATIONS INDUCED BY ENVIRONMENTAL MAN-CAUSED NOISE Koshurnikov Dmitrii Russian Federation
15: Noise mapping END-mapping building block environmental noise information in The Netherlands Lolkema Dorien, De Gruijter Dolf, Bergmans Dick Netherlands
15: Noise mapping Long-term noise monitoring and dynamic noise mapping Bite Pal, Silló Szabolcs Hungary
16.1 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration A Methodology for Assessing Ground Borne Noise and Vibration Transfer Functions “Tunnel wall-Soil surface” for Metropolitan Rail Networks using the TBM Muck Train as a linear source: Measurements Campaign in the extension of Athens Metro Line 3 towards Piraeus Zafiropoulou Vassiliki, Vogiatzis Konstantinos, Mouzakis Haralampos Greece
16.1 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration Numerical study of a buried periodic device for vibration protection Godinho Luís, Albino Carlos, Alves-Costa Pedro, Amado-Mendes Paulo, Soares Jr. Delfim Portugal
16.1 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration An assessment of the effectiveness of noise reduction systems on Dublin’s light rail system (Luas) Byrne Stephen Ireland
16.1 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration The effects on sleep of ground borne noise from trains in tunnels Smith Michael, Ögren Mikael, Ageborg Morsing Julia, Jerson Tomas, Persson Waye Kerstin Sweden
16.1 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration Psychoacoustic study on the acceptance of train passings after rail grinding Huth Christine, Eberlei Geske, Liepert Manfred, Kempinger Thomas Germany
16.2 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration: modelling and measurement Revision of the EN 15610 - Wheel roughness measurements Lutzenberger Stefan, Aubin Fabrice, Czolbe Christian, Eichenlaub Christoph , Jones Chris, Letourneaux Fabien, Stegemann Bert Germany
16.2 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration: modelling and measurement a Norwegian approach for planning and modeling optimization Aasen Trygve Norway
16.2 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration: modelling and measurement Demonstrator for rail vehicle pass-by events Pieren Reto, Lauper Demian, Heutschi Kurt Switzerland
16.2 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration: modelling and measurement The InterCity initiative – railway development in Norway Rasten Elin, Verstappen Ivonne Norway
16.2 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration: modelling and measurement Sound propagation and distribution around typical train carbody structures Fast Dennis, Kirchner Karl-Richard, Kohrs Torsten, Vallespin Alberto, Sapena Joan, Guiral Garcia Ainara, Martner Otto Germany
16.2 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration: modelling and measurement Towards the probabilistic acoustic assessment of structure borne sound of railway bridges Moschen Lukas, Fink Josef, Suppin Patrick, Achs Günther, Weiß Bernhard Austria
16.2 - Rail Traffic Noise and Vibration: modelling and measurement The effect of close proximity, low height noise barriers on railway noise Nieuwenhuizen Edwin, Yntema Nils Netherlands