We are pleased to present today three projects undertaken by students of Columbia College Chicago who took advantage of the special offers for students and startups.
The first project was undertaken by Alejandro Acosta and is presented in this poster. It is titled "Analysis and Mitigation of Noise in a Printing Press Factory" and it uses Olive Tree Lab for predicting SPL inside a printing press factory.
The second project is a work done by Isabel Garcia titled "A Traffic Noise Assessment Comparing Two Modeling Tools: Traffic Noise Model 2.5 & Olive Tree Lab 3.3" and can be found here. It discusses the TNM and OTL when compared to measurements. It also makes a comparison between the two methods.
The third poster is called "Noise Study of a Large Brewery: The Economics of Simplified Modeling" and it is authored by Tyler Bubenik. It describes the noise evaluation of a large brewery and best practices of utilizing OTL in such cases. The poster can be downloaded here.
The projects were supervised by Professor Dominique Cheenne and supported by PEMARD.
We would like to congratulate the three students and wish them all the best in their careers!