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TNO Bouw en Ondergrond (author), Ligterink, N.E. (author)
The demand for local and time-dependent emission predictions, in combination with new time-dependent modal-mass and mobile PEMS measurements induced major changes in the VERSIT+ emission model of TNO. The current version is the third, after the second major revision and has two major differences with the previous approach. First, an individual...
article 2009
Smit, R. (author), Smokers, R.T.M. (author), Rabé, E.L.M. (author)
The objective of VERSIT+ LD is to predict traffic stream emissions for light-duty vehicles in any particular traffic situation. With respect to hot running emissions, VERSIT+ LD consists of a set of statistical models for detailed vehicle categories that have been constructed using multiple linear regression analysis. The aim is to find...
article 2007
Dittrich, M.G. (author), van Beek, P.J.G. (author), TNO Industrie en Techniek (author)
Road traffic noise is one of the major environmental noise sources that is known to cause health problems. Despite existing noise reception items, the continuing growth of traffic causes higher levels than the lims allow. Consequently, excessive costs are incurred for noise barriers along roads and motorways. It's therefore essential to...
conference paper 2006