Regulation of noise from moored ships

Figure 1: Schematic view of noise sources related to the engines

Ships that are moored in ports need energy but since only few ports and ships are equipped with alternative maritime power, ships generate their own power with auxiliary engines creating noise, writes Rob Witte, DGMR Consultant for construction, industry, traffic, environment and software.

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