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The generation and prediction of traffic noise at simple, signalised intersections / by Stephen Samuels
Bib ID 266944
Format BookBook
Author
Samuels, Stephen
 
Description Vermont South, Vic. : Australian Road Research Board, 1990 
104 p. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 086910425X
0869104268 (microfiche)
Series

Special report (Australian Road Research Board) ; no. 47.

Notes

Bibliography: p. 99-103.

Subjects Traffic noise -- Mathematical models.  |  Roads -- Interchanges and intersections.
Other authors/contributors Australian Road Research Board

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