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Addendum to: Comparison of Road Traffic Noise Prediction Models: CoRTN, TNM, NMPB, ASJ RTN

Addendum to: Comparison of Road Traffic Noise Prediction Models: CoRTN, TNM, NMPB, ASJ RTN Acoust Aust (2016) 44:415 DOI 10.1007/s40857-017-0078-7 ADDENDUM TO Addendum to: Comparison of Road Traffic Noise Prediction Models: CoRTN, TNM, NMPB, ASJ RTN SimondeLisle © Australian Acoustical Society 2017 Addendum to Acoustics Australia Technical Note was to investigate exceptional circumstances DOI 10.1007/s40857-016-0061-8 which may be at the boundary of the capability for CoRTN and to compare CoRTN predictions with measured values The author would like to add the following comment to the and with predictions from three other methodologies: TNM, original Technical Note. NMPB and ASJ RTN. It is only by better understanding For traffic noise prediction, the CoRTN method has been the limitations of each methodology that when faced with found to successfully predict the traffic noise in a large num- unusual situations, there is a better understanding of the lim- ber of situations in Australia and overseas. The intent of this itations of the resultant predicted noise levels. The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1007/s40857-016-0061-8. B Simon de Lisle simon.delisle@arup.com Arup Acoustics, Sydney, Australia http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Acoustics Australia Springer Journals

Addendum to: Comparison of Road Traffic Noise Prediction Models: CoRTN, TNM, NMPB, ASJ RTN

Acoustics Australia , Volume 44 (3) – Feb 1, 2017

Addendum to: Comparison of Road Traffic Noise Prediction Models: CoRTN, TNM, NMPB, ASJ RTN

Abstract

Acoust Aust (2016) 44:415 DOI 10.1007/s40857-017-0078-7 ADDENDUM TO Addendum to: Comparison of Road Traffic Noise Prediction Models: CoRTN, TNM, NMPB, ASJ RTN SimondeLisle © Australian Acoustical Society 2017 Addendum to Acoustics Australia Technical Note was to investigate exceptional circumstances DOI 10.1007/s40857-016-0061-8 which may be at the boundary of the capability for CoRTN and to compare CoRTN predictions with measured values The author would like to add the following...
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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2017 by Australian Acoustical Society
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Engineering; Engineering Acoustics; Acoustics; Noise Control
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0814-6039
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1839-2571
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10.1007/s40857-017-0078-7
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Abstract

Acoust Aust (2016) 44:415 DOI 10.1007/s40857-017-0078-7 ADDENDUM TO Addendum to: Comparison of Road Traffic Noise Prediction Models: CoRTN, TNM, NMPB, ASJ RTN SimondeLisle © Australian Acoustical Society 2017 Addendum to Acoustics Australia Technical Note was to investigate exceptional circumstances DOI 10.1007/s40857-016-0061-8 which may be at the boundary of the capability for CoRTN and to compare CoRTN predictions with measured values The author would like to add the following comment to the and with predictions from three other methodologies: TNM, original Technical Note. NMPB and ASJ RTN. It is only by better understanding For traffic noise prediction, the CoRTN method has been the limitations of each methodology that when faced with found to successfully predict the traffic noise in a large num- unusual situations, there is a better understanding of the lim- ber of situations in Australia and overseas. The intent of this itations of the resultant predicted noise levels. The online version of the original article can be found under doi:10.1007/s40857-016-0061-8. B Simon de Lisle simon.delisle@arup.com Arup Acoustics, Sydney, Australia

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Published: Feb 1, 2017

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