Development of Airport Noise Mapping using Matlab Software (Case Study: Adi Soemarmo Airport-Boyolali, Indonesia)

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Noise is considered as one of the main environmental impact of Adi Soemarmo International Airport (ASIA), the second largest airport in Central Java Province, Indonesia. In order to manage the noise of airport, airport noise mapping is necessary. However, a model that requires simple input but still reliable was not available in ASIA. Therefore, the objective of this study are to develop model using Matlab software, to verify its reliability by measuring actual noise exposure, and to analyze the area of noise levels.. The model was developed based on interpolation or extrapolation of identified Noise-Power-Distance (NPD) data. In accordance with Indonesian Government Ordinance No.40/2012, the noise metric used is WECPNL (Weighted Equivalent Continuous Perceived Noise Level). Based on this model simulation, there are residence area in the region of noise level II (1.912 km2) and III (1.16 km2) and 18 school buildings in the area of noise levels I, II, and III. These land-uses are actually prohibited unless noise insulation is equipped. The model using Matlab in the case of Adi Soemarmo International Airport is valid based on comparison of the field measurement (6 sampling points). However, it is important to validate the model again once the case study (the airport) is changed.

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Andarani, P., Huboyo, H. S., Setyanti, D., & Budiawan, W. (2018). Development of Airport Noise Mapping using Matlab Software (Case Study: Adi Soemarmo Airport-Boyolali, Indonesia). In E3S Web of Conferences (Vol. 31). EDP Sciences. https://doi.org/10.1051/e3sconf/20183112007

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