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Two years funded project with Incommunities

Two years funded project with Incommunities

Published: Wed 2 Apr 2014

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Mapping traffic noise

Mapping traffic noise

Published: Thu 19 Jun 2014

Research at the University of Bradford using novel boundary element methods has resulted in more accurate and efficient predictions of the noise created by roads and railways and of how sound spreads from the transport corridor, enabling more effective design and positioning of noise barriers and earth banks. Bradford researchers refined two areas of modelling applied to noise prediction, which helped to ensure that two new models 'NORD2000 and HARMONOISE' were able to provide more accurate results.

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Reducing waste and keeping the noise down

Reducing waste and keeping the noise down

Published: Tue 29 Jul 2014

A sound-proofing material made almost entirely from recycled industrial waste has been developed by researchers at the University of Bradford.

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