Posted on 15 Jul 2014.
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 modelling in the GULF.
Vibrocomp is pleased to invite you to the lecture on noise mapping held by Dr. Bite Pálne at the University of Sharjah Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. The seminar is held on the 29th of April at 1230. For more information click here. Admission is FREE. If you wish to attend the lecture please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.