Assessment of Community Response to High-energy Impulsive Sounds: Report of
National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Hearing, Bioacoustics, and Biomechanics, William J. Galloway
National Academy Press, 1981 - Noise - 24 pages
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1eve1 in decibe1s 20 micropascals 65 decibels 70 decibels A-weighted sound level Air Force Base Aircraft Noise annoyance is proposed Annoying During Indoor ASSESSMENT OF COMMUNITY average C-weighted sound average sound level Beranek and Newman Bioacoustics blast noise Bolt Beranek Booms When Judged Borsky C-weighted sound exposure Committee on Hearing community annoyance Converted from Kryter day-night average C-weighted day-night average sound dose-response relationship earlier report NRC Edwards Air Force Environmental flyovers frequency Group 84 hertz high-energy impulsive noise high-energy impulsive sounds interval Judged Equally Annoying level in decibels maximum perceived noise National Academy National Research Council night average A-weighted Noise and Sonic noise environment non-impulsive sounds peak overpressure perceived noise level percentage highly annoyed pounds per square pressure of 20 proposed for high-energy pulsive sounds Response to High-Energy Schomer social survey sonic booms sound exposure level sound level meter sound level-weighted population square foot Total Population Sampled transportation noise sources