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The Effect of the Exposed Aggregate Concrete Pavement on the Reducing Traffic Noise Emission
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The Effect of the Exposed Aggregate Concrete Pavement on the Reducing Traffic Noise Emission
Moon, Han-Young; Ha, Sang-Wook;
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 Abstract
Portland cement concrete (PCC) pavements are more durable and have superior surface friction compared to most dense-graded asphalt. However, data collected to date generally show PCC pavements to create more noise than asphaltic surfaces. Recent research has shown that some of the new concrete pavement textures are worthy of further examination. One of these, exposed aggregate surfaces, appear to provide better noise quality characteristics as well as good frictional characteristics and durability. In this paper, we considered the relationship between noise level and various textures of exposed aggregate concrete (EAC) pavement by tire impact noise measurement. As the results of that, it was suggested that optimum surface texture and manufacturing condition of EAC in order to reduce tire and pavement interaction noise. Conclusively, we would like to recommend optimum condition of EAC pavement at the respects of materials and treatment. Furthermore, Frequency spectrum as well as A-weighted noise level was also evaluated to analyze properties of noise between PCC and EAC.
 Keywords
A-weighted noise level;exposed aggregate concrete pavement;frequency spectrum;portland cement concrete pavement;tire impact noise measurement;
 Language
English
 Cited by
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한국콘크리트학회논문집, 2003. vol.15. 3, pp.504-511 crossref(new window)
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