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Acoustics 08 Paris 1447 Noise barriers are the most widely used means for road traffic noise abatement. Sound absorption and sound insulation are the key properties for noise barrier elements. The standard method of determining these properties by reverberation room measurements has recently been complemented by an in-situ method following CEN/TS 1793-5, also known as Adrienne method. This method allows flexible assessment of the acoustic performance of noise barriers in almost arbitrary placesdoi:10.1121/1.2933112 fatcat:xsi25tostnd3xeubuekvi6uihe