#### Each road is defined by a set of parameters:

• Ground impedance Z:
• the ground impedance is estimated by the Delany and Bazley one-parameter (specific airflow resistivity σ) for localy reflecting surface or by the phenomenological three parameter (resistivity σ, porisity Ω, tortuosity q2) for porous road surfaces;
• Z→∝ for a perfectly reflecting surface;
• Z(P.A.) for a porous asphalt surface (σ=10 kNsm-4, Ω=25%, q2=3.5);
• Z(grass) for a grassy ground (σ=200 kNsm-4);
• with or without an impedance discontinuity pavement/grass at d(S,disc.)=4 m from the source S;
• Note that, in the DEUFRABASE, if you choose a road geometry with a dense ground (respectively, a porous ground), you will be able to select dense pavements only (respectively, porous pavements).
• Vertical celerity profile ∂c/∂h:
• ∂c/∂h=0 for a homogeneous atmosphere (on day and evening periods, symbolized by a 'Sun' symbol on the corresponding geometries);
• ∂c/∂h=0.25 for a favorable propagation condition (rather strong effect, on night period, symbolized by a 'Moon' symbol on geometries);
• Slope:
• No slope (i.e. plane ground);
• Up-slope and Down-slope: hslope=1.5 m, θ=8°, with a sound source S at d(S,slope)=4 m from the beginning of the slope
• Noise barrier:
• No barrier;
• Barrier of height hbarrier=2 m at d(S,screen)=4 m from the source S;
• Source and receiver positions:
• The height of the source S is hS=0.05 m for all configurations;
• Depending on the configuration, the height of the receiver R is hR=1.2m, 2m or 3m;
• The distance between the source and the receiver is d(S,R)=7.5 m, 40 m, 50 m and 200 m, depending on the road configuration.

#### Road geometries currently implemented in the DEUFRABASE

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