Development of model and methodology for ground-borne noise in road and railway projects
The aim of the project is, within the framework of a Ph.D. education, to develop a design methodology for structure-borne noise that correspond to the one available for air-borne noise, so that the Swedish Transport Administration can make design procurement for structural-borne noise in a similar way as for air-borne noise, and thus increases the possibility of obtaining more uniform and correct results. In order to develop a methodology a calculation model must also be established, why the project also include this. This does not mean that the model is fixed but it can and should, if necessary, be updated in line with new experiences, knowledge and solutions even after this project has been completed. The project will also offer a platform for new structure-born noise-related research.
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Associate Professor in Applied Acoustics, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Applied Acoustics, Vibroacoustics
Patrik Höstmad is Associate Professor in Applied Acoustics. The research includes various aspects of sound and vibration, e.g. vehicle acoustics, environmental noise and urban planning, ground...
PhD student, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Applied Acoustics, Vibroacoustics
Fatemeh is a doctoral student in the Division of Applied Acoustics, research group Vibroacoustics, at Chalmers. She focuses on ground borne noise and vibration induced from train passing through...
Professor, Architecture and Civil Engineering, Applied Acoustics, Vibroacoustics
Jens is professor at the Division of Applied Acoustics, research group Vibroacoustics, at Chalmers. His area of research is outdoor sound propagation. The research deals mainly with physical...
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