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eBook Environmental Noise Barriers: A Guide to their Acoustic and Visual Design ePub

by Colin English,Benz Kotzen

  • ISBN: 0419231803
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: Colin English,Benz Kotzen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CRC Press (May 12, 1999)
  • Pages: 184
  • ePub book: 1880 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1651 kb
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  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 584

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Environmental Noise Barriers is a unique one-stop reference for practitioners, whether acoustical engineers, landscape architects or manufacturers, and for highways departments in local and central authorities

Environmental Noise Barriers is a unique one-stop reference for practitioners, whether acoustical engineers, landscape architects or manufacturers, and for highways departments in local and central authorities.

Detailed consideration is given to materials, engineering, legal and environmental issues as well as the health and social impacts of noise barriers. The use of new materials, designs and design thinking are discussed

Benz Kotzen, Colin English. Colin English is a chartered acoustic engineer and past president of the Institute of Acoustics.

Benz Kotzen, Colin English. Environmental Noise Barriers is a unique one-stop reference for practitioners, whether acoustical engineers, landscape architects, or manufacturers, and for highways departments in local and central authorities. We provide complimentary e-inspection copies of primary textbooks to instructors considering our books for course adoption.

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2010, Benz Kotzen and others published Environmental Noise Barriers: A Guide to their . When designing the barrier, in addition to the acoustic requirements, aesthetic, urban and safety have been also considered and presented in the paper.

When designing the barrier, in addition to the acoustic requirements, aesthetic, urban and safety have been also considered and presented in the paper.

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Noise barriers have been built in the United States since the mid-twentieth century, when vehicular traffic burgeoned. I-680 in Milpitas, California was the first noise barrier. In the late 1960s, analytic acoustical technology emerged to mathematically evaluate the efficacy of a noise barrier design adjacent to a specific roadway. Benz Kotzen and Colin English (1999) Environmental Noise Barriers: A Guide to Their Acoustic and Visual Design, Published by Taylor & Francis, ISBN 0-419-23180-3, 165 pages. John Shadely, Acoustical analysis of the New Jersey Turnpike widening project between Raritan and East Brunswick, Bolt Beranek and Newman, 1973.

Items related to Environmental Noise Barriers: A Guide to their Acoustic. A useful book that should improve your knowledge of barrier noise control. It has the potential to inspire, to encourage you to develop barriers that are both effective and attractive. Benz Kotzen; Colin English Environmental Noise Barriers: A Guide to their Acoustic and Visual Design. ISBN 13: 9780419231806. Environmental Noise Barriers: A Guide to their Acoustic and Visual Design. Even if you don't have time to read the text, you will gain many ideas merely by looking at the pictures. Graham Custard, Noise Engineering Journal.

Contributor(s): English, Colin (Colin . 26 c. SBN: 0419231803. Subject(s): Noise barriers - Design and construction Traffic noiseDDC classification: 62. 3. Material type: BookPublisher: London : New York : E & FN Spon, c1999Description: xviii, 165 p. : ill. (some co. ; 26 c. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Noise pollution generated by transport is acknowledged to be a major environmental problem. This book examines both the acoustic and landscape issues affecting the design of barriers. By addressing the needs of the whole design team, it provides expert guidance on good practice and highlights the pitfalls of poor design. Detailed consideration is given to materials, engineering, legal and environmental issues as well as the health and social impacts of noise barriers. Environmental Noise Barriers is a unique one-step reference for practitioners, be they acoustic engineers, landscape architects or manufacturers and for highways departments in local and central authorities.* illustrates the wide variety of design solutions for different acoustic and landscape situations in several European countries* contains a generous range of full colour photographs* provides information on manufacturers, products and services.

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Dilkree Dilkree
This is really a good book, which contains a lot of good pictures. In this book, the explaination is easy to understand.
kolos kolos
The book has up-to-date information on barriers with clear explanation and good pictures.