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New office space in Augbsurg

The Augsburg branch of Möhler + Partner Ingenieure AG moved into a new office on 01.10.2017:


Traffic noise

DAGA 2017

Date: 06-03-2017 – 09-03-2017

At the DAGA 2017 in Kiel employees of Möhler + Partner Ingenieure AG will give a presentation as authors and co-authors to the following topics:

“Protection against External Noise according to DIN 4109-2: 2016-07 at Railways Considering the Spectral Composition of External Noise Levels at Different Railway Types.”
“Methodology for Sloshing Noise Measurements in Diesel Exhaust Fluid Tanks: Acoustic Target Definition and Psychoacoustic Investigations”
“Traffic Noise in the Rhein-Main-Area: Willingness to Pay for Less Noise Exposure”
“Noise Action Mapping as Integrated and Whole City Planning Approach with Public Participation”

For the short versions see the web page of the organiser or subsequently our own web page under the heading publications


Current Event of and with Möhler + Partner Ingenieure AG

When: Tuesday, 14th March 2017 from 10.30 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.
dbb Forum Berlin
Friedrichstraße 169
10117 Berlin

Within the event „Low-Frequent Noise in Residential Areas” the research results and an activity guideline to provide protection against low-frequent noises of steady facilities in residential areas will be introduced. Furthermore the progresses made at the review of the norm DIN 45680 will be presented. In a panel discussion the results and questions concerning the subject are to be discussed.
Low-Frequent Noise in Residential Areas

Traffic noise

Noise abatement – issue 4/2016

Acoustic simulation and psychoacoustic investigations on the effectiveness of a mini-noise barrier
A low noise barrier was investigated as an innovative noise protection measure on railway tracks. The effectiveness of such a noise protection wall cannot be calculated using the methods of Schall 03 without further corrections. So the effectiveness of the noise barrier was estimated using theoretical considerations and calculation models. To evaluate the effects of the mini noise barrier on the nuisance effect for local residents, listening tests were carried out with passing trains with and without simulated noise barriers. The test persons were questioned about the factors: nuisance, loudness and sharpness. Read the publications by Möhler+Partner in the magazine Lärmbekämpfung,


Elzach: Information event


As part of a pilot project of the forum Energiedialog, organised by the state of Baden-Württemberg, Möhler +Partner together with Lenné3D will present the acoustic and visual simulation results for the planned wind turbines to interested citizens in Elzach on 25.07.2016. Afterwards, Möhler+Partner will be available as experts to answer questions concerning noise protection including infrasound of wind turbine sites.