The Assessment of Vibroacoustic Comfort in Trams on the Basis of Experimental Studies and Surveys

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Abstract

The paper presents selected results of the survey conducted among passengers who use public trams. Apart from that, it discusses the results of real tests carried out in these vehicles. The surveys and experiments conducted for the study concerned the assessment of vibroacoustic climate in trams during the ride. The subject discussed in this work is related to ecology and promotion of urban public transport as an alternative to private transport. The aim of the analysis was a subjective and actual (based on measurements) assessment of noise and vibration in trams during the ride.

Keywords

Surveys Ride comfort Noise and vibrations in a tram 

Notes

Acknowledgements.

Presented research and the paper are partly funded by Statutory Activities fund of the Institute of Combustion Engines and Transport, PUT (PL)5/52/DSPB/0247.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Machines and TransportPoznań University of TechnologyPoznanPoland

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