Minimum requirements for noise protection in construction are predominantly determined by single number values. Since construction methods change regularly and noise protection against "new" sources must also be ensured, people's perception of noise must also be examined again and again. These investigations are carried out with so-called subjective listening tests and can lead to new design values and minimum requirements. In this project, first the software and hardware as well as the premises for subjective listening tests will be modified and implemented. Furthermore, listening tests for the assessment of noise events will be conducted and analysed. These results will be compared with results from the partner research institution, National Research Council Canada (NRC).
In addition to the results of the above-mentioned questions, this will expand the competence in listening tests at HFT Stuttgart. In this way, even closer cooperation with the research group of business psychologists on the topic of human judgement could be sought.
Furthermore, this competence can be applied to other ongoing projects (noise protection in ground floors, DiaOpt4iCity, SPlanRob) and new projects in which the assessment of sounds is important.
|Management||Prof. Dr.-Ing. Berndt Zeitler|
|Partner||National Research Council Canada|
|Funding||Carl Zeiss Stiftung (Carl Zeiss foundation)|
|Programme||CZS Special Fund Ukraine|
|Call for proposal||Auxiliaris|
|Name and position||Field||Email and phone||Room|
|BSc-Bauphysik: Raumakustik/Psychoakustik + MSc-Gebäudephysik: Aktive Lärmbekämpfung||7/114|