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SoundPLAN® was one of the very first noise modeling softwares on the market, debuting in 1986. Due to its ever increasing popularity on the world market, an international office was opened in 1999. The core of our business was and is the prediction of noise in the environment. Noise emitted by various sources propagates and disperses over a given terrain in accordance to the laws of physics. Worldwide, many governments and engineering associations felt the need to algorithmize the principles of acoustics so that different engineers assessing the same scenario would get reasonably close answers.
When the first standards were introduced, computers were not available for everyday noise calculations, so the equations were simplified for hand calculations. Some of these standards, designed 30 years ago, are still in use today. Over time, generations of researchers have measured noise and developed different interpretations of cause and effect, so the equations are becoming more complex to better represent the complex nature of sound propagation in the environment. The calculations have become so complicated and time consuming that the use of computers is paramount. Hand calculations and rough estimates with spreadsheets are a thing of the past. Our website tries to show the ever more complex world of physics and how our software solves complex problems automatically to free the consulting engineer"s mind so he can solve the creative part of noise planning. Trusting routine tasks to the software allows you to concentrate on your plan and how to present your findings to municipalities, environmental administrations and private and government bodies from research to planning. Learn about
- SoundPLANÂ´s principles -what is important for noise planning software-
- SoundPLAN® -full version versus SoundPLAN® essential
- The modules that are part of the software suite SoundPLAN®
- The packages that are available
- Network licenses / multiple licenses /
- The SoundPLAN® services
SoundPLAN Air Pollution
Many planning processes require calculations for noise emissions and air pollution dispersion. It is welcome news to hear SoundPLAN has a uniform software interface for both types of calculations so users can work efficiently in both areas of expertise.
SoundPLAN builds a comfortable bridge between science and engineering: Embedding scientific calculation kernels in the user friendly interface of SoundPLAN and adding specific tools for data control, data conversion and result presentation, SoundPLAN creates an environment for high efficient air pollution dispersion calculation, benefitted from over 25 years of noise programming experience.
Business Basic module air pollution
- The Business Basic module air pollution generates the environment where all modules are embedded. Besides the basic modules for data input, calculation and result presentation it contains special air pollution library tools which are designed to make your work easy, efficient and transparent.
- GaussTA Luft86 is a model for quick estimations: The formula of the old German standard "TA Luft`86" are suitable for approximate calculations, e.g. to estimate background concentrations or to make worst case studies, whenever free flow conditions can be assumed around emission sources.
- GRAL SYSTEM contains of two programs. The highly recommended Austrian Lagrange particle dispersion model GRAL is suitable to include traffic sources in street canyons. It uses a diagnostic wind field approach, which can take explicitly buildings into account. Also tunnel portals can be modeled. To show up its full strength GRAL should be combined with pre processed mesoscale GRAMM wind fields. GRAMM is capable to regard strongly undulated terrain and differentiated land use.
- First SoundPLAN release for both modules: Spring 2013.
- MISKAM is designed for highly resolved street canyons and urban quarters. The established, steadily validated and recommended prognostic wind field model is ideal for detailed studies, when air movements around buildings suppress thermal effects.
- AUSTAL2000 is the public domain reference model of the current German directive "TA Luft 02". The model input and output is strictly designed to fulfill the demands of German directives (supports directive 2008/50/EC). A more flexible kernel version was announced for 2012 but it is not yet released.
- Training sessions are offered to assist you in making correct decisions concerning which model to use and how to use the chosen model correctly. If you postpone your decision concerning which module is the best for your work until you attended a training session, you can ensure a correct purchase and wise use of the correct module
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