Our staff, of highly educated Engineers, supports a wide spectrum of customers all over the world. By continuous acoustic and development of our staff we will strengthen our position in Noise and Vibration Control.
Vibrocomp founder Bite Pálne dr. is a world known acoustic expert and was one of the pioneers in environmental noise and vibration control in the early 1970’s. She dedicates her life to acoustic research in all fields of environmental noise and vibration prediction and mitigation.
Vibrocomp co-founder Mr. Istvan Dombi, also world know expert in structural born noise and vibration modeling and mitigation. He dedicates his life to vibration control.
Vibrocomp ME recently conducted a research on local conditions that influence significantly the noise propagation. Meteorology, atmospheric absorption and ground attenuation typical for the Gulf States have been investigated and modelled. The research consisted of a number short and long term noise monitoring measurements, meteorological data collection and automatic traffic counting. Measurements were carried out at different road types in different built-up areas (free field also). Vibrocomp ME has equipment to carry out short term (1 day to 1 month) and long term (1 month to 1 year) noise measurements, meteorological and traffic data collection. The result is a database on factors influencing the noise propagation
This database is needed as input data for accurate (taking local conditions in account) noise modeling in the GULF.
Pal Bite, Maria Bite: Algorithm for accurate long term noise prediction to take long term meteorological affects in account 2011-2014
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi, Endre Fay: Noise measurement data correction according to the air humidity, Forum Acusticum, 2014, Krakow
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi: Research results of the meteorological data influencing the accuracy noise measurement results, Internoise 2013, Innsbruck
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi: AIP-DES conversion methodology and software research summary, Euronoise 2012, Prague
Pal Bite, Maria Bite:Complex national GIS database on noise measurements 2011-2012
Pal Bite, Maria Bite: Automatic conversion algorithms (AIP to DES) for efficient airport noise calculations input data 2009-2010
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi: REDUCTION OF THE STRUCTURAL NOISE OF AN OUTDOOR AIR CONDITIONER IN A RESIDENTIAL BUILDING, ICSV17 2010. Cairo Egypt
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi A.: Tan, The NOISE MAPPING ALGORITHMUS FOR ONE OF THE BIGGEST BLACK SEA PORT, THE PORT OF CONSTANTA IN ROMANIA, Inter Noise 2010 Lisbon, Portugal
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi: Noise mitigation planning in Eastern Europe , Inter Noise 2009 Ottawa, Canada
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi: STRUCTURAL NOISE LOAD FROM ELEVATORS IN RESIDENTIAL Buildings ICSV 16 2009 , Krakow, Poland
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi: Structural noise reduction in residential buildings, ICSV 15 2008 Daejeon, Korea
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi: Noise and vibration monitoring at the construction
of the Metro line Nr 4 in Budapest, Inter Noise 2007 ISTANBUL, TURKEY
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi: Noise protection of an open coast coal mine, Euronoise 2006, Vienna, Austria
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi: Noise and air pollution map of a Hungarian agglomeration with approximately 60.000 Inhabitants, BANM, Gotheborg Sweden
Pal Bite, Maria Bite, István Dombi: The Budapest Noise Mapping Project, ICSV12, Lisbon, Portugal
Maria Bite, István Dombi, Pal Bite: Strategic noise mapping experiences in Hungary, Proceedings of the Inter Noise, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Pal Bite,Maria Bite, István Dombi: The Budapest Noise Mapping Project - Noise Map of the city centre of Budapest, Forum Acusticum 2005, Budapest, Hungary
Pal Bite: Unexpectancy in environmental noise assessment, Forum Acusticum 2005, Budapest, Hungary, Co-author: Ian H Flindell, Fülöp Augusztinovicz
Maria Bite, István Dombi: Noise protection of the Palace of Arts in Budapest , Forum Acusticum 2005, Budapest, Hungary
Pal Bite, Maria Bite: Zusammenhang zwischen den Straßenverkehrslärmindizes – Umrechnung von LAeq und Lden, Zeitschrift für Lärmbekämpfung, 2004 Co-author: Maria Bite
Pal Bite: Comparison of A-frequency weighting and Loudness- Level weighting methods to assess environmental noise, Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics Spring Conference, Southampton. Co-author: Ian H Flindell
Pal Bite: Comparison of A-frequency weighting and Loudness- Level weighting methods to assess transport noise, Proceedings of the Inter Noise, Prague, Czech Republic. Co-author: Ian H Flindell
Maria Bite, István Dombi, Pal Bite: Evaluation of the effectiveness of noise mitigation measure for an Industrial plant based on noise mapping, Proceedings of the Inter Noise, Prague, Czech Republic
Maria Bite, Pal Bite: Noise mapping experiences – Budapest, 11th district, Hungarian Ministry of Environment and Water, Budapest, Hungary
Pal Bite: Assessing transport noise - a comparison of A-frequency weighting and loudness-level weighting methods, Acoustics Bulletin, Vol 29, No 4, July/August, 2004. Co-author: Ian H Flindell
Maria Bite, István Dombi, Pal Bite: A simplified method of noise mapping in accordance with EU directive 2002/49/EC, Proceedings Inter Noise, Jeju, South Korea.
Pal Bite: A study for different calculation methods for noise barrier top edge designs, Proceedings Forum Accusticum, Sevilla, Spain, NOI-06015 Co-author: Fülöp Augusztinovicz
Maria Bite, István Dombi, Pal Bite: Examination of noise effects. From traffic vibration at different phases of construction of a building that acoustically demands quality, Proceedings The 9th International Congress on Sound and Vibration, Orlando, Florida, USA.
Pal Bite: Evaluation and noise impact of car audio systems, Proceedings Inter Noise, The Hague, The Netherlands, p165 Co-author:Fülöp Augusztinovicz Maria Bite, István Dombi, Pal Bite: Traffic noise situation along Hungary’s main roads, Proceedings Inter Noise, The Hague, The Netherlands, p260.
Pal Bite: Evaluation and noise impact of car audio systems, Proceedings Czech-Polish-Hungarian Workshop on Network Theory and Digital Signal Processing, Budapest, Hungary. Co-author:Fülöp Augusztinovic