RMIT Acoustic design innovations for managing motorway traffic noise by cancellation and transformation

Lacey, J, Pink, S, Harvey, L, Qiu, X, Sumartojo, S, Zhao, S, Moore, S and Duque Hurtado, M 2017, RMIT Acoustic design innovations for managing motorway traffic noise by cancellation and transformation, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia


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Title of report RMIT Acoustic design innovations for managing motorway traffic noise by cancellation and transformation
Author(s) Lacey, J
Pink, S
Harvey, L
Qiu, X
Sumartojo, S
Zhao, S
Moore, S
Duque Hurtado, M
Year of publication 2017
Publisher RMIT University
Place of publication Melbourne, Australia
Subjects Design Innovation
Abstract/Summary Soundscape design of motorway environments presents new opportunities for existing and future infrastructure projects, which must contend with motorway noise issues. We have found that noise transformation and cancellation approaches integrated with targeted ethnographic assessments of community perceptions can add to existing noise management approaches, which aim to improve the quality of life for people living alongside motorway environments.
Commissioning body Transurban Group
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