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Solution of Noise-Vibration Problems of Urban Public Housing Adjacent to Railway
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 Title & Authors
Solution of Noise-Vibration Problems of Urban Public Housing Adjacent to Railway
Park, Jong-Bae; Jang, Yeon-Soo; Kim, Hyo-Jin;
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 Abstract
Constructing urban public housing built adjacent railway site has the noise and vibration problem coming from operation of trains. Thus, anti-vibration plans utilizing anti-vibration pads must be established to minimize the impact of train noise and vibration from the tunnels on the residents of the public housing. Under various difficulties and expectation from the citizens, many efforts were taken to satisfy the amenity requirements on noise and vibration for the residential area. As a results, it can be recognized that amenity standards can be satisfied. But great caution is required to prepare ourselves for various situations that might occur during construction, especially considering that the relevant railroads are still under operation.
 Keywords
Noise;Vibration;Railway site;Anti-vibration Measure;Noise Criteria;
 Language
English
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