- Understanding aviation noise
- ANIMA related scientific publications and deliverables
ANIMA in a nutshell
ANIMA Project focuses on human beings. It does not endeavour to lower noise exposure (in terms of sound levels) alone but mainly to reduce the effects it has, in particular annoyance. Annoyance is also depending on non-acoustic factors that contribute to the perception of the noise situation as being adverse. The work conducted by ANIMA is primarily to understand these factors. In that sense, this is an original and complementary approach.
During its yet ongoing 48-months to build a novel approach, researchers of the ANIMA Project have published numerous publications, posters and presentations, gathered people to events and webinars and collaborated with other noise-related projects. The ANIMA Project partners’ publications contributed to the understanding of noise effects, aircraft noise management and novel approaches to minimise the impact of aircraft noise.
This section also includes publicly available articles which helped to improve ANIMA’s research.