The FBB mobile measuring station was put on a grass verge on the Adolph-Menzel-Ring in Zeuthen from 3 August to 1 September 2022. Aircraft noise measurements showed a continuous daytime sound level of 36.3 dB(A) and a continuous night-time sound level of 25.9 dB(A). Zeuthen is affected by take-offs on the north and south runways heading east and landings on the south runway heading west. The highest average maximum level was produced by the take-offs from the south runway heading east with 58 dB(A).
The continuous sound levels are important for, among other things, determining threshold values for guaranteeing noise protection measures. Rooms used at night are protected from a continuous sound level of 50 dB(A); rooms used during the day from 60 dB(A).
All measured values – even taking into account the non-typical distribution of operating directions – were clearly below the claim limits for noise protection or compensation measures.
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