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  The aim of this document is to • Discuss new and existing methods for determining the influence of road surfaces on road traffic noise emission • Point out the restrictions and special considerations that result from the application in urban surroundings • Provide a guideline for measuring the noise emission characteristics of urban road surfaces to the partners in SILENCE and for future use
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29.12.2009 Haider, Manfred tyrosafe relevant
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created: Ferenc Rajcsanyi, 12.05.2009 12:17:00
last modified: Ferenc Rajcsanyi, 11.06.2009 17:23:00