DOI: 10.3397/in_2023_1032 ISSN: 0736-2935

A study on how to apply improvements to standards for measurement elevator noise in high-rise residential buildings

Min-Woo Kang, Yang-Ki Oh, Jeong-Ho Jeong

Elevators are essential equipment in high-rise buildings. In addition to residential buildings, elevator noise that can occur in high-rise buildings such as hotels, hospitals, and offices affects residants as noise. ISO 16032 is the current international standard for elevator noise measurement methods. Through many previous studies, the elevator noise measurement method was continuously studied. In particular, problems that are difficult to apply to high-rise buildings, in the case of high-rise apartments in Korea, have been verified. In order to solve these problems, previous studies have set items that need improvement. In addition, improvement plans were proposed through various experiments in apartment houses in Korea. In this study, I try to determine whether the improvement plan can be appropriately applied to the improvement of the current standard, and to find out what needs to be discussed in future research.

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