Noise & Vibration Measurement – Free Handbook
Edited by Malcolm J. Crocker, Editor-in-Chief Robert J. Ewins, London, England George T. Gerges, Florianopolis, Brazil Colin H. Hansen, Adelaide, Australia Hanno H. Ivanov, St. Petersburg, Russia M.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. This appendix is not intended to give a complete description of all of the quantities used in acoustics and noise control—information that is available in a wide variety of textbooks and handbooks e. When most people mention noise levels, they are speaking of immission —the sound they hear. The sound may come from a specific source or from a number of sources at the same time. There is little distinction between the two.
Books have been included if one or more of the authors or editors was at the ISVR at the time of writing. Kovacic, I. Astley, R. Southampton, UK 29—31 March Elsevier pp. Petyt, M. Cambridge University Press, pp.
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