EVALUATION OF NOISE POLLUTION IN URBAN AREAS, REVIEW STUDY
- 1. Environmental Engineering Department, Engineering Faculty, Selçuk University, Konya, Turkey
- 2. Environmental Engineering Department, Engineering Faculty, Selçuk University, Konya, Turkey
- 3. Engineering and Natural Science Faculty, Konya Technical University, Konya, Turkey
Abstract: Noise pollution is an unsettling influence on the human condition that is heightening at such a high rate, to the point that it will end up being a noteworthy danger to the nature of human lives. In the previous thirty years, Noise in all territories, particularly in urban zones, has been expanding quickly. There are various consequences for the human condition because of the expansion in clamor contamination. Gradually, apathetically, it appears to acknowledge commotion and the physiological and mental decay that goes with it as an inescapable piece of our lives. In spite of the fact that we endeavor to set principles for the absolute most real wellsprings of clamor, we frequently can't screen them. Group attention to natural commotion has expanded and there is a higher desire for state and neighborhood government to diminish clamor levels, The Environmental noise has become an important issue in urban life quality. Policy makers, local authorities and researchers have been trying to solve this issue in a new and smart way. The present review provides an evaluation of noise pollution in generality areas, also Noise contamination can be characterized as undesirable or hostile sounds that absurdly interfere with our day to day exercises. It has numerous sources, the majority of which are related to urban advancement: street, air and rail transport; modern commotion; neighborhood and recreational clamor. Various elements add to issues of high commotion levels, including: expanding populace, especially where it prompts expanding urbanization and urban union; exercises related to urban living for the most part prompt expanded Noise levels. The expanding volumes of the street, rail, and air activity. noise can affect human health and well-being in a number of ways, including annoyance reaction, sleep disturbance, interference with communication, performance effects, effects on social behavior and hearing loss. Research into the effects of noise on human health indicates a variety of health effects. People experiencing high noise levels (especially around airports or along road/rail corridors) differ from those with less noise exposure in terms of: increased number of headaches, greater susceptibility to minor accidents, increased reliance on sedatives and sleeping pills, increased mental hospital admission rates.