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A Noise Prediction Method on the Movement Measuring Points at Measurement for Aircraft Noise
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 Title & Authors
A Noise Prediction Method on the Movement Measuring Points at Measurement for Aircraft Noise
Woo, Jeong Ha; Lee, Byung Chan;
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 Abstract
It is difficult to measure aircraft noise at many points, because the noise measurement is need to long time, 24 hours and consecutive 7 days, which results in high costs. As an alternative, movement measuring points are set to measure aircraft noise for less than 24 hours, and so it is needed to overcome the limitation of shorter measuring time. Thus, this study measured military aircraft noise on movement measuring points and conducted a comparative analysis on the data according to each measuring time. The data of measuring noise for 24 hours and less than 24 hours were compared to suggest appropriate measuring time on the movement measuring points. As a result of comparing data of measuring noise, an error was within 3 dB in case of measuring time of 3 hours, and an error was within 1 dB in case of 6 hours of measurement.
 Keywords
Aircraft Noise;Noise Prediction;Noise Measurement;WECPNL;
 Language
Korean
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