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ANIMA noise platform and ANIMA methodology : one-stop shop for aviation noise management

Corvig, A and Heyes, G ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8073-1975 (2022) ANIMA noise platform and ANIMA methodology : one-stop shop for aviation noise management. In: Aviation Noise Impact Management: Technologies, Regulations, and Societal Well-being in Europe. Springer, pp. 297-308. ISBN 9783030911935 (hardback); 9783030911966 (paperback); 9783030911942 (ebook)

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Abstract

When you think about aviation noise, you might imagine an airplane taking off. When you think about decreasing aviation noise, the first thing that usually comes up in one’s mind are the new silent plane engines. This makes perfect sense, but it does not fully grasp the issue of aviation noise. The ANIMA project is based on a holistic approach to aviation noise, as it focuses on non-acoustical factors as well. Annoyance, as perceived by local communities surrounding airports, also depends on non-acoustical factors, which can be situational (time of the day, day of the week, activity performed while exposed to noise) and personal (sensitivity to noise, attitudes, noise insulation).

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