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Mueller, W. (author), Steinle, S. (author), Pärkkä, J. (author), Parmes, E. (author), Liedes, H. (author), Kuijpers, E. (author), Pronk, A. (author), Sarigiannis, D. (author), Karakitsios, S. (author), Chapizanis, D. (author), Maggos, T. (author), Stamatelopoulou, A. (author), Wilkinson, P. (author), Milner, J. (author), Vardoulakis, S. (author), Loh, M. (author)
Background/Aim: The exposome includes urban greenspace, which may affect health via a complex set of pathways, including reducing exposure to particulate matter (PM) and noise. We assessed these pathways using indoor exposure monitoring data from the HEALS study in four European urban areas (Edinburgh, UK; Utrecht, Netherlands; Athens and...
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White, K. (author), Bronkhorst, A.W. (author), Meeter, M. (author)
Previous studies have shown that identifiability of sound sources influence noise annoyance levels. The aim of the present experiment was to additionally study the effects of actively performing a task versus a less active pastime on noise annoyance. This was done by asking participants to perform a task (task condition) or read a magazine of...
article 2018
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White, K. (author), Arntzen, M. (author), Walker, F. (author), Waiyaki, F.M. (author), Meeter, M. (author), Bronkhorst, A.W. (author)
During Continuous Descent Approaches (CDAs) aircraft glide towards the runway resulting in reduced noise and fuel usage. Here, we investigated whether such landings cause less noise annoyance than a regular stepwise approach. Both landing types were compared in a controlled laboratory setting with a Virtual Community Noise Simulator (VCNS),...
article 2017
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Botteldooren, D. (author), van Renterghem, T. (author), de Coensel, B. (author), Dekoninck, L. (author), Spruytte, V. (author), Makovec, A. (author), van der Eerden, F. (author), Wessels, P. (author), Basten, T. (author)
conference paper 2016
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White, K. (author), Arntzen, M. (author), Bronkhorst, A. (author), Meeter, M. (author)
Annoyance reactions to different types of landing procedures were addressed in a controlled laboratory setting using a Virtual Community Noise Simulator (VCNS) with a head mounted display.Participants, standing on a virtual countryside road, experienced four types of descentflyovers by an A330 aircraft: A regular descent flyoverat 2000ft and...
conference paper 2014
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de Kluizenaar, Y. (author), Gidlöf-Gunnarsson, A. (author), Botteldooren, D. (author), Bockstael, A. (author), Janssen, S.A. (author), Vos, H. (author), van den Berg, F. (author), Salomons, E.M. (author)
In urban areas, road traffrc noise is a dominant source of environmental noise and a major cause of noise annoyance and disturbed sleep. It has been hypothesized that respondents highly exposed to noise at multiple sides of their dwelling, may be expected to be worse off than respondents with the same exposure at the most exposed side, but also...
conference paper 2013
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de Kluizenaar, Y. (author), Janssen, S.A. (author), Vos, H. (author), Salomons, E.M. (author), Zhou, H. (author), van den Berg, F. (author)
Previous studies indicate that residents may benefit from a "quiet side" to their dwellings. The influence of the level of road traffic noise exposure at the least exposed side on road traffic noise annoyance was studied in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Road traffic noise exposure was assessed at the most and least exposed façade (Lden,most and...
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White, K. (author), Meeter, M. (author), Bronkhorst, A. (author)
In this study, effects on task performance and annoyance by aircraft and road traffic noise and attitudes towards these noise sources were addressed in a lab-setting. On day 1 of the study, participants performed a 3-back working memory task in silence and with noise samples played over a headphone at four different loudness levels. On day 2,...
conference paper 2012
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Salomons, E.M. (author), Berghauser Pont, M. (author)
Traffic noise in cities has serious effects on the inhabitants. Well-known effects are annoyance and sleep disturbance, but long-term health effects such as cardiovascular disease have also been related to traffic noise. The spatial distribution of traffic noise in a city is related to the distributions of traffic volume and urban density, and...
article 2012
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Buikema, E. (author), Vercammen, M. (author), van der Ploeg, F. (author), Granneman, J. (author), Vos, J. (author)
Recent issues concerning low frequency aircraft noise around airports (groundnoise) and a legal verdict about the application of low frequency noise criteria in the Netherlands have been the motivation to start a research commissioned by the Dutch Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment. One of the objectives is to investigate...
conference paper 2010
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Vos, J. (author), Houben, M.M.J. (author), Vercammen, M.L.S. (author)
About two decades ago, Vercammen proposed a rating procedure for low frequency sounds. To enable refinements of this procedure, the present study addressed a few spectral and temporal issues. The investigation was carried out in the laboratory with 56 subjects ranging between 20 and 60 years of age. To increase our insight into the spectral...
article 2010
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Kroesen, M. (author), Molin, E.J.E. (author), Miedema, H.M.E. (author), Vos, H. (author), Janssen, S.A. (author), van Wee, B. (author), TNO Bouw en ondergrond (author)
This study assesses the effects of aircraft noise on residential satisfaction, an important indicator of subjective well-being. A structural equation model is specified that estimates the relationships between objective variables, noise annoyance variables and residential satisfaction. Secondary data-analysis is used to estimate the model. The...
article 2010
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Vos, J. (author)
The annoyance caused by environmental sounds is only in part related to the noise dose. Nonacoustic factors have systematic effects on annoyance also. In the present literature study we explored what nonacoustic factors may be considered as potential tools to reduce the annoyance. Studies designed to test the effect of the nonacoustic factors in...
conference paper 2010
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Salomons, E.M. (author), Polinder, H. (author), Lohman, W. (author), Zhou, H. (author), Borst, H. (author), TNO Bouw en Ondergrond (author)
A new engineering model for sound propagation in cities is presented. The model is based on numerical and experimental studies of sound propagation between street canyons. Multiple reflections in the source canyon and the receiver canyon are taken into account in an efficient way, while weak reflections by distant buildings involving multiple...
conference paper 2009
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Miedema, H.M.E. (author), TNO Bouw (author)
This paper presents an overview of the following exposure-response relationships that can be used for assessing the impact of environmental noise: • Lden - annoyance relationships from the EU Position Paper on exposure-response relationships for transportation noise annoyance (EC-WG/2 2002; Env. Health Persp. 2001, 109 (4) 409-416). In addition,...
conference paper 2007
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Miedema, H.M.E. (author), Borst, H.C. (author), TNO Bouw en Ondergrond (author)
A system that rates noise on the basis of noise maps has been developed which is based on empirical exposure-response relationships, so that effects in the community will be lower if the system gives a better rating. It is consistent with noise metrics and effect endpoint chosen in the EU, i.e., it uses L</field>den and L</field>night and...
conference paper 2006
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Borst, H.C. (author), Miedema, H.M.E. (author), van der Laan, W.P.N. (author), Lohman, W.J.A. (author), TNO Bouw en Ondergrond (author)
Noise annoyance due to transportation is widespread in industrialized countries and in urban areas in the developing countries. The European Noise Directive (END) requires an assessment of the noise situation as well as the formulation of action plans for the reduction of the number of people harmfully affected by environmental noise. In this...
conference paper 2006
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Borst, H.C. (author), Miedema, H.M.E. (author), TNO Bouw en Ondergrond (author)
In this paper, the following four indicators describing noise annoyance in a community are considered: the percentage of people being highly annoyed (pHA), annoyed (pA), (at least) little annoyed (p LA), and the mean of the expected individual annoyance scores (m EA) in the population concerned. These indicators are calculated for a study...
article 2005
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Miedema, H.M.E. (author), Fields, J.M. (author), Vos, H. (author), Instituut voor Ruimtelijke Organisatie TNO (author)
More than 80 000 residents' responses to transportation noise from 42 studies conducted at different times of year provide statistical estimates of the effects of season and meteorological conditions on community response to noise. The strongest evidence for a seasonal effect comes from 7 years of continuous daily interviewing of nationally...
article 2005
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Miedema, H.M.E. (author), Vos, H. (author), Instituut voor Ruimtelijke Organisatie TNO (author)
Relationships between exposure to noise [metric: day-evening-night levels (DENL)] from stationary sources (shunting yards, a seasonal industry, and other industries) and annoyance are presented. Curves are presented for expected annoyance score, the percentage "highly annoyed" (%HA, cutoff at 72 on a scale from 0 to 100), the percentage "annoyed...
article 2004
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