Twenty-Fourth Ordinance For The Implementation Of The Federal Immission Control Act

Original Language Title: Vierundzwanzigste Verordnung zur Durchführung des Bundes-Immissionsschutzgesetzes

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Twenty-fourth ordinance on the implementation of the Federal Immission Control Act (Verkehrswege-Schallschutzmeastionsverordnung-24. BImSchV)

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24. BImSchV

Date of delivery: 04.02.1997

Full quote:

" Verkehrswege-Schallschutzmeastionsverordnung vom 4. February 1997 (BGBl. 172, 1253), as provided for in Article 3 of the Regulation of 23 June 2008. September 1997 (BGBl. I p. 2329) "

:Modified by Art. 3 V v. 23.9.1997 I 2329

For details, see the Notes

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Input Formula

Based on § 43 (1) sentence 1 no. 3 of the Federal Immission Protection Act, as amended by the notice of the 14. May 1990 (BGBl. 880), the Federal Government, after consulting the interested parties, arranges the following: unofficial table of contents

§ 1 Scope of application

The regulation lays down The nature and extent of the noise protection measures necessary for the protection against harmful environmental effects caused by traffic noise for vulnerable premises in buildings,
1.
as far as the construction or major changes in public roads and rail routes are concerned. Railway and trams as defined in § 2 of the Traffic Noise Protection Ordinance of 12. June 1990 (BGBl. 1036) or
2.
as far as the construction or the substantial change in traffic routes of the magnetic levitation trains is carried out in § 2 of the Magnetic Levitation Rail Noise Protection Ordinance of the 23. September 1997 (BGBl. I p. 2329, 2338)
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§ 2 Type of sound protection measures, definitions

(1) Sound protection measures within the meaning of this Regulation are structural Improvements to the surrounding components of vulnerable areas, which reduce the impact of traffic noise. The sound protection measures also include the installation of ventilation devices in rooms, which are used predominantly for sleeping, and in rooms in need of protection with an oxygen-consuming energy source.(2) In need of protection, the lounges referred to in Table 1, column 1, of the Annex to this Regulation shall be subject to protection.(3) The surrounding components are components which complete the protective spaces of buildings to the outside, in particular windows, doors, roller shutter boxes, walls, roofs as well as ceilings under non-constructed roof spaces.(4) Sound protection measures within the meaning of this Regulation are not required if a building installation is
1.
to be canceled or this is required by law;
2.
in the design of the plans In the planning procedure, on the announcement of the planning permission or on the design of the draft plans with designated route planning, has not yet been approved or otherwise has not begun under the building regulations with the construction
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§ 3 Scope of the soundproofing measures

(1) The sound insulation of the enclosure components is thus ensure that the total external surface area of the room does not fall below the required level of sound insulation which is determined in accordance with the equation (1) or (2) of the Appendix to this Regulation. If an improvement is necessary, the improvement in the individual constituent component should be at least 5 decibels.(2) The existing assessed sound insulation dimensions of the individual enclosure components are determined in accordance with the exemplary embodiments in the supplement 1 to DIN 4109, November 1989 edition. If they do not correspond to the exemplary embodiments, they are determined in accordance with the standard DIN 52210 part 5, July 1985 edition.(3) The required level of sound insulation of an individual component to be improved shall be calculated in accordance with the equation (3) of the Appendix to this Regulation.(4) The assessed sound insulation measure of the total external surface of a room to be improved shall be calculated in accordance with the equation (4) of the annex to this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Accessibility of the standard sheets

DIN standards referred to in this regulation are published by Beuth Verlag. GmbH, Berlin and Cologne, and deposited at the German Patent Office in Munich in terms of archive security. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Entry into force

This regulation will enter into force on the day after the announcement. Non-official table of contents

Final formula

The Federal Council has agreed. Non-official table of contents

Asset (to § 2 para. 2 and § 3 para. 1, 3 and 4)
Calculation of the required rated sound insulation dimensions

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1997, 173) The required weighted sound-attenuation measure of the entire outer surface of the room in decibels (dB) is calculated according to the following equations:
1. for spaces according to table 1, line 1:
equation (1):
R ' (deep) w, res = L (deep) r, N + 10 x lgS (deep) g-D + E
--------
A
2.for spaces according to Table 1, lines 2 to 5:
equation (2):
R ' (deep) w, res = L (deep) r, T + 10 x lgS (deep) g-D + E
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A
It means:
R ' (deep) w, resrequired rated noise attenuation measure of the entire outer surface of the room in dB
L (deep) r, NThe assessment level for the night in dB (A) according to Appendixes 1 and 2 of the Sixteenth Regulation implementing the Federal Immission Protection Act of 12. June 1990 (BGBl. I p. 1036)
L (deep) r, TThe assessment level for the day in dB (A) according to Annexes 1 and 2 to the sixteenth regulation implementing the Federal Immission Protection Act of 12. June 1990 (BGBl. I p. 1036)
S (deep) gouter surface of the space seen from the room (sum of all faces)
AEquivalent absorption area of space in sqm (A = 0,8 x Total Floor Area)
D correcting summand according to table 1 in dB (to take account of space usage)
Ecorrection summand according to table 2 in dB (which is from the spectrum of the external noise and the frequency dependence of the sound insulation of windows

The required weighted sound insulation measure of a single component to be improved is calculated according to the following equation: (3):
1
R ' (deep) w, x = 10 x lg ( --- (S (deep) g x 10 (high) -0, 1 R ' (deep) w, res-
S (deep) x
-S (deep) 1 x 10 (high) -0,1R (deep) w, 1-...
-S (deep) n x 10 (high) -0, 1 R (deep) w, n))
R (deep) w, xrequired weighted sound insulation measure of the enclosure component to be improved (face S (deep) x) in dB
R (deep) w, 1 to R (deep) w, nexisting rated sound insulation dimensions of the rest of the surrounding components in dB
S (deep) gouter space seen from space in sqm (sum of all faces)
S (deep) x Size of the viewed face in sqm
S (deep) 1 to S (deep) nSizes of the remaining faces in

The rated Sound insulation measure of the total outer surface S (deep) g, which is composed of the sub-surfaces S (deep) 1, S (deep) 2, ..., S (deep) n with the rated sound insulation measures R (deep) w, 1, R (deep) w, 2, ..., R (deep) w, n, calculated in accordance with the following equation (4):
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R (deep) w, res =-10 x lg (--- (S (deep) 1 x 10 (high) -0, 1 R (deep) w, 1 +
S (deep) g
+ S (deep) 2 x 10 (high) -0,1R (deep) w, 2 + ...
+ S (deep) n x 10 (high) -0, 1 R (deep) w, n))

The rated sound insulation dimensions of the enclosure components (faces) must be improved in such a way that the weighted sound insulation value calculated according to equation (4) is equal to the total outer surface R (deep) w, res at least equal to the required rated noise level according to equation (1) or (2).
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Table 1
Corrective summand D in dB
to take into account space usage
Space usage D in dB
1 2
1 Rooms that are mostly used to sleep 27
2 Living spaces 37
3 Treatment and examination rooms in doctors ' offices, operating rooms, scientific working rooms, reading rooms in libraries, Classrooms 37
4 Conference and lecture rooms, office spaces, general lab rooms 42
5 Large-scale offices, switch rooms, printer rooms of DV-facilities, where there are permanent jobs there 47
6Other rooms, which are not only temporary Stay of people are determined Set according to the vulnerability of the respective use

Table 2
Corrective summaries E in dB
for certain traffic routes
traffic routes E in dB
1 2
1 streets in the out-of-location area 3
2 Inner City Roads 6
3 Rail paths from railways in general 0
4 Railways of railroads where more than 60% of trains in the assessment period "border-bottom: 0.5pt solid," and "border-bottom: 0.5pt solid", as well as traffic routes of the magnetic levitation trains
5 Railways of railways, on which a significant amount of freight trains are formed or disassembled becoming 4
6 Rail lanes of trams according to § 4 PBefG3