Noise Distribution Mapping and Ideal Settlement in the Airport Area
International Journal of Emerging Trends in Engineering Research
In this study, measurements were conducted on the airport runway, which is analogous to a source of noise and also carried out in a residential area around Halim Perdanakusuma airport, Indonesia. The measurement distances are 500, 354, 250 and 50 meters. The distance used was obtained from the measurement of the nearest runway to the settlement point. The goal is to obtain an ideal settlement point based on noise levels, map out existing noise, and also analyze the noise level from the source.
... l from the source. This study used WECPNL (continuous noise) and LDN (Day and Night) calculation methods as a contour map. The noise level is influenced by the distance of the settlement to the airport and the frequency of the number of flights with high and medium level. The sources on the runway were 92.8 to 95.17 dBA and in research, landing and take-off aircraft movements have a fixed movement, then BL and BT settlements were obtained 76.7 to 86.6 dBA and 84.6 to 88.9dBA respectively. In the CN (North) and CS (South) zone measurements, 65.8 to 70.65 dBA and 61.8 to 65.8 dBA. The recommended settlement area from the level of noise and the standards that apply to the government of the environment and aviation standards are CN or North C zone, and CS or South C zone, regarding the use of natural noise barriers, can reduce noise with a range of 9.45% to 36.01%.