MODELING AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT IMPLEMENTATION BY NOISE AND AIR POLLUTION REDUCTION OF INDIAN HEAVY DIESEL TRUCKS ON HIGHWAYS
|Dr. Parag Dalal*
Prof. Ujjain Engineering College, Ujjain
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Recent technology advances in automotive engineering have resulted in new type engine development with straight exhaust emissions and engine noise reductions. A systematic approach to evaluate these environmental problems should be taken as soon as possible. The highway development is among the activities essential for successful urban development. The transportation segment in India is the most important energy consuming segment. The key dispute in front of India is bottlenecks in power which contribute the limitation of financial development. The rise in amount of automobiles would absolutely add to air pollution which will result in many troubles of health by air and noise pollution. The reduction in visibility during chest hours will raise highway accidents to a large extent and will also increase various security problems. This paper attempts to investigate noise and air problems through an environment friendly model and V.A.P.I.S. to make a policy for most advantageous transportation and its ecological strategy. In noise different equations are used to determine L10 and L50 with special reference to highway diesel trucks. The vehicle emits contaminants generally on a height at which children of age infant to 5 live. This increases their health problems and they have less immunity for many diseases. Similarly the height at which horns are fixed is similar which increase deafness in kids.