Motorway noise modelling based on perpendicular propagation analysis of traffic noise

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Title Motorway noise modelling based on perpendicular propagation analysis of traffic noise
Author Tansatcha, M.; Pamanikabud, P.; Brown, Lex; Affum, Joseph Kwame
Journal Name Applied Acoustics
Year Published 2005
Place of publication Amsterdam
Publisher Elsevier
Abstract A model for motorway traffic noise has been obtained from measurements along the Bangkok–Chonburi motorway. The model’s parameters include traffic volume and combination, the average spot speed of each type of vehicle and the physical conditions of the motorway in terms of right-of-way width, number of lanes, lane width, shoulder width, and median width for both of the main carriageways and frontage roads. The noise level that is generated by each type of vehicle has been analyzed according to the propagation in the direction perpendicular to the center line of motorway’s carriageway. The total traffic noise is then analyzed from traffic volume of all vehicle types on both sides of carriageways and frontage roads. The basic noise levels used in the motorway traffic noise model are modified according to the effective ground effect along the propagation path. The final result of this study is that a motorway traffic noise model based on the perpendicular propagation analysis technique performs well in a statistical goodness-of-fit test against the field data, and therefore, can be used effectively in traffic noise prediction for related or similar motorway projects.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
Alternative URI
Volume 66
Issue Number 10
Page from 1135
Page to 1150
ISSN 0003-682X
Date Accessioned 2006-05-02
Date Available 2015-02-10T04:40:23Z
Language en_US
Research Centre Urban Research Program
Faculty Faculty of Environmental Sciences
Subject PRE2009-Architecture and Urban Environment
Publication Type Journal Articles (Refereed Article)
Publication Type Code c1

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