Development and implementation of the areawide Dynamic ROad traffic NoisE (DRONE) simulator
Bhaskar, Ashish, Chung, Edward, & Kuwahara, Masao (2007) Development and implementation of the areawide Dynamic ROad traffic NoisE (DRONE) simulator. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, 12(5), pp. 371-378.
This paper discusses the areawide Dynamic ROad traffic NoisE (DRONE) simulator, and its implementation as a tool for noise abatement policy evaluation. DRONE involves integrating a road traffic noise estimation model with a traffic simulator to estimate road traffic noise in urban networks. An integrated traffic simulation-noise estimation model provides an interface for direct input of traffic flow properties from simulation model to noise estimation model that in turn estimates the noise on a spatial and temporal scale. The output from DRONE is linked with a geographical information system for visual representation of noise levels in the form of noise contour maps.
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