Noise is an environmental pollution that affects people’s physical and psychological health and daily life. Environmental noise can be caused by vehicles, industrial plants, machinery and equipment used in workplaces and wind turbines.
Noise modeling expresses to investigate whether the noise and vibrations at the noise level from one or several sources in the environment are in compliance with the current legislation and whether the limit values are exceeded if they will affect the exposed persons in the affected area and to inform about the current and future status of the facility. MACOM Environment & Energy has experienced personnel in optimizing raw data, creating noise modeling, performing impact assessment studies, calculating vibration assessments according to required standards, ensuring noise control and taking necessary measures.
One of the most important parameters for noise modeling is the correct matching of the topography data with the project area and definition. The matching of the topography is very important for accurate results. MACOM uses CadnaA® 3D noise modeling software for your noise modeling projects by creating the latest satellite data and high definition topographies. Topographic distribution maps, model maps, 3D model noise maps and predicted noise levels are presented in the Acoustic Report to be created by MACOM.
Another parameter is the type of noise source. This type of source should be well defined and a model should be created according to the type of source.
MACOM Environment & Energy provides services in mining sector, geothermal power plants, wind turbine projects and in many areas such as energy sector in the modeling and management of noise according to the purpose of the project. MACOM, which has a wide working area, offers the best service with its experiences in different sectors and fields. MACOM gives services professional support not only for model making, but also for solutions to noise pollution that may occur or may occur in the future, assessment of impact, noise management and improvement.
MACOM aims to work impartially and reliably in noise modeling projects as well as in all modeling studies. For this purpose, noise maps generated as a result of the operation of the model are evaluated in accordance with the applicable legislation, guidelines and vibration standards according to national and international projects and an Acoustic Report is prepared. The national and international regulations applied for the assessment of environmental noise and vibration are as follows;
MACOM works carefully to investigate the legislation and to avoid any question marks. In addition to the legislation, evaluations are made through a literature review.
Our customers always have the right to be informed about the noise modeling and acoustic report and to be informed at any time if they want to be informed about the modeling/reporting phases.
You can always contact us to get an idea about the noise modeling and acoustic report applicable to your facility or project and to inform about the modeling / reporting stages.