Holistic noise and vibration abatement within the UE 7FP

The SILENV Project: Ship Innovative Solutions to Reduce Noise and Vibrations

T. Gaggero, M. Andre, E. Baudin, P. Beltram Palomo, R. Dambra, M. Delente, E. Haimov, J. Hallander, M. Houben, S. Ianniello, S. Jimenez Caballero, C. Pirovsky, Antti. Rantanen, E. Rizzuto, O. Turan

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Abstract

Transports are well known to be major contributors to noise pollution. Noise and vibrations (N&V) abatement naturally appears as an important objective for the greening of surface transports. The SILENV project is a response to this requirement for the maritime domain. The consequences of N&V emissions from the ships are multiple. N&V emissions constitute a disturbance for both passengers and harbour area residents, and in some cases it may be a health issue for crew members. Moreover, the increasing ship traffic-generated underwater noise causes ecological nuisances on marine wildlife. The project assesses the problem of reducing the ship-generated Noise & Vibration pollution with a holistic approach. After a definition of realistic target levels, existing experimental data from main types of ships and on-site measurements have been analysed to identify the most critical sources of noise and vibration. Innovative solutions have been individually assessed on technical and economical criteria. Finally a pre-normative requirements formulation , called "Green Label", is presented aimed at reducing the noise inside the ships as well as outside in air and water
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTransport Research Arena (TRA) 5th Conference
Subtitle of host publicationTransport Solutions from Research to Deployment
Place of PublicationParis
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2014
MoE publication typeB3 Non-refereed article in conference proceedings
EventTransport Research Arena 2014, TRA2014 - Paris, France
Duration: 14 Apr 201417 Apr 2014

Conference

ConferenceTransport Research Arena 2014, TRA2014
Abbreviated titleTRA2014
CountryFrance
CityParis
Period14/04/1417/04/14

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Keywords

  • ships
  • noise
  • green label
  • SILENV
  • EU FP7

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Gaggero, T., Andre, M., Baudin, E., Beltram Palomo, P., Dambra, R., Delente, M., ... Turan, O. (2014). Holistic noise and vibration abatement within the UE 7FP: The SILENV Project: Ship Innovative Solutions to Reduce Noise and Vibrations. In Transport Research Arena (TRA) 5th Conference: Transport Solutions from Research to Deployment Paris.
Gaggero, T. ; Andre, M. ; Baudin, E. ; Beltram Palomo, P. ; Dambra, R. ; Delente, M. ; Haimov, E. ; Hallander, J. ; Houben, M. ; Ianniello, S. ; Jimenez Caballero, S. ; Pirovsky, C. ; Rantanen, Antti. ; Rizzuto, E. ; Turan, O. / Holistic noise and vibration abatement within the UE 7FP : The SILENV Project: Ship Innovative Solutions to Reduce Noise and Vibrations. Transport Research Arena (TRA) 5th Conference: Transport Solutions from Research to Deployment . Paris, 2014.
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Holistic noise and vibration abatement within the UE 7FP : The SILENV Project: Ship Innovative Solutions to Reduce Noise and Vibrations. / Gaggero, T.; Andre, M.; Baudin, E.; Beltram Palomo, P.; Dambra, R.; Delente, M.; Haimov, E.; Hallander, J.; Houben, M.; Ianniello, S.; Jimenez Caballero, S.; Pirovsky, C.; Rantanen, Antti.; Rizzuto, E.; Turan, O.

Transport Research Arena (TRA) 5th Conference: Transport Solutions from Research to Deployment . Paris, 2014.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference article in proceedingsScientific

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Gaggero T, Andre M, Baudin E, Beltram Palomo P, Dambra R, Delente M et al. Holistic noise and vibration abatement within the UE 7FP: The SILENV Project: Ship Innovative Solutions to Reduce Noise and Vibrations. In Transport Research Arena (TRA) 5th Conference: Transport Solutions from Research to Deployment . Paris. 2014