Data for: AIRPORT NOISE MODELLING FOR STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF AVIATION
Data for figures of the paper: AIRPORT NOISE MODELLING FOR STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT OF AVIATION. This paper analyses the applicability and discusses the unavoidable limitations and advantages of existing simplified airport noise models within the context of multi-disciplinary strategic environmental impact assessment of aviation. Simplified airport noise models satisfying the above requirements and developed to be coupled with technology evaluators, e.g. Rapid Aviation Noise Evaluator (RANE) model [Torija et al., 2017], can inform policy decisions about which future technology platforms would be likely to be the most environmental efficient when considered holistically. Based on the specific conditions tested, the straight-out trajectory assumption and the use of generic aircraft types seems valid approximations for computing aviation noise outputs.