iNoise Free - Noise Prediction for Industrial Noise and Wind Turbine | Software
iNoise Free is the new intuitive and quality assured software for industrial noise calculations in the environment. The noise calculations are based on the ISO 9613 method and the recommendations of the new quality standard ISO 17534. The GUI is based on the Windows design rules for a genuine Windows user experience.
The ISO 9613 standard from 1996 is the most used noise prediction method worldwide. Many countries refer to ISO 9613 in their noise legislation. However the ISO 9613 standard does not contain guidelines for quality assured software implementation, which leads to differences between applications in calculated results. In 2015 this changed with the release of ISO/TR 17534-3. This quality standard gives clear recommendations for interpreting the ISO 9613 method. iNoise fully supports these recommendations. The models and results for the 19 test cases are included in the software.
iNoise supports the quality assurance interface (QSI format) for exchanging model data with other noise prediction software.
- Free, Pro and Enterprise licenses
Free license included in setup
- Easy to use
intuitive Windows user experience
Getting started tutorial included
- Easy to install
no hardware dongle needed
- For any industry
wind turbine sites, petrochemical sites and harbours
Sound power databases included
- Quality assured software
full support of ISO/TR 17534-3
- QSI import/export format for exchanging model data with SoundPLAN, CadnaA, LimA, Predictor and IMMI.
File formats: SHP/DXF/DWG/GMF/MIF/TXT/QSI, (Geo)TIFF/BMP/JPG/PNG/WMF, WMS (Web Map Services) Edit: 2D/3D/cross section, thematic display, copy/paste, paste as other item, undo/redo, snap/move/rotate/rescale, parallel items, break/connect/merge/clip/simplify polylines and polygons. Results: horizontal/vertical (façade)/cumulated/difference contours, ranking/what if/compare models.
Sources: point/line/area source, vertical area source, moving source, wind turbine, emitting façade/roof. Objects: (floating) building, (floating) barrier (with transmission), ground/foliage/housing region, industrial site. Terrain model: height line, height point. Calculation point items: receiver (with up to 5 heights), horizontal grid, vertical grid, contour point (for irregular grids).