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Noise control for engineers

Noise control for engineers (6회 대출)

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Lord, Harold W. Gatley, William S., joint author. Evensen, Harold A., joint author. Cerra, Frank J. Moore, Nancy B. Hall, Annette.
서명 / 저자사항
Noise control for engineers / Harold W. Lord, William S. Gatley, Harold A. Evensen.
발행사항
New York :   McGraw-Hill,   c1980.  
형태사항
xi, 435 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0070387389 :
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Editors: Frank J. Cerra, Nancy B. Moore, and Annette Hall.  
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Noise control. Acoustical engineering.
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700 1 ▼a Moore, Nancy B.
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CONTENTS
Preface = ⅸ
Part 1 Fundamental Concepts of Sound
 Chapter 1 The Nature of Sound and Its Measurement = 3
  1.1 Introduction = 3
  1.2 Generation and Propagation of Sound = 4
  1.3 Wave Nature of Sound = 6
  1.4 Transmission, Reflection, and Absorption of Sound by Boundaries = 7
  1.5 Mathematical Description of Sound Waves = 12
  1.6 Physical Descriptors of Sound = 15
  1.7 Levels and the Decibel = 20
  1.8 Measuring and Displaying Acoustical Data = 27
  1.9 Sound-Level Meter, Weighting Seales, Octave Bands = 31
 Chapter 2 Effects of Noise on People = 36
  2.1 Introduction = 36
  2.2 Anatomy of the Ear = 37
  2.3 Normal Hearing Response = 39
  2.4 Noise-Induced Hearing Loss - Health and Safety Standards = 42
  2.5 Speech Interference = 50
  2.6 Annoyance - Perceived Noisiness = 54
 Chapter 3 Description of Sound Fields = 58
  3.1 Introduction = 58
  3.2 Sound Sources and Radiated Sound Fields = 59
  3.3 Near- and Far-Field Characteristics = 71
  3.4 Free-Field and Reverberant-Field Characteristics = 74
  3.5 Anechoic and Reverberant Chambers = 75
 Chapter 4 Acoustics of Rooms and Enclosures = 77
  4.1 Absorption and Transmission Coefficients, Room Absorption = 77
  4.2 Build-Up and Decay of Sound in a Room, Reverberation Time = 81
  4.3 Normal Modes of Vibration of an Enclosure = 86
  4.4 Steady-State Sound Pressure Levels = 89
  4.5 Enclosures for Acoustical Measurements = 93
Part 2 Practical Aspects of Noise Control
 Chapter 5 Instrumentation for Measurement and Analysis of Noise = 103
  5.1 Terminology and Fundamental Concepts = 103
  5.2 Frequency Analysis = 106
  5.3 Acoustical Instrumentation = 113
  5.4 Typical Applications = 123
 Chapter 6 Acoustical Measurements = 130
  6.1 Reverberation Time = 130
  6.2 Absorption Coefficient and Acoustic Impedance = 133
  6.3 Directivity = 139
  6.4 Sound Power = 142
  6.5 Attenuation of Sound by Structures = 148
 Chapter 7 Noise Criteria, Standards and Regulations = 161
  7.1 Introduction = 161
  7.2 Criteria for Indoor Noise Environments = 165
  7.3 Indoor Noise Standards and Regulations = 175
  7.4 Rating Schemes for Outdoor Noise Environments = 186
  7.5 Community(Environmental) Noise Regulations = 201
  7.6 EPA Model Community Noise Control Ordinance and Strategy Guideline Manual = 207
 Chapter 8 Acoustical Materials and Structures = 214
  8.1 Introduction = 214
  8.2 Absorptive Materials and Structures = 216
  8.3 Dissipative and Reactive Silencers = 228
  8.4 Attenuating Materials and Structures = 240
  8.5 Damping of Thin Panels = 258
  8.6 Vibration Isolation = 263
 Chapter 9 Principles of Noise Control = 276
  9.1 Principle 1 : Identify Sources of Noise and Their Relative Importance = 276
  9.2 Principle 2 : List and Evaluate Possible Noise Control Procedures as They Apply to Source, Path, and Receiver = 280
  9.3 Principle 3 : Identify Relative Contributions from Direct and Reflected Sound = 281
  9.4 Principle 4 : Distinguish between Absorption and Attenuation of Noise = 284
  9.5 Principle 5 : Identify and Evaluate Significance of Flanking Paths = 285
  9.6 Principle 6 : Identify and Evaluate Significance of Structure-Borne Noise = 287
 Chapter 10 Case Studies in Noise Control = 292
  10.1 Reduction of Noise Levels in a Food-Packaging Area = 292
  10.2 Reduction of Engine-Generator Cooling-Fan Noise = 294
  10.3 Reduction of Noise from a Mine Ventilation Fan = 296
  10.4 Reduction of Railcar Retarder Noise = 298
  10.5 Reduction of Mechanical Equipment Noise in a Penthouse Apartment = 300
  10.6 Guidelines for Control of Airborne Duct Noise in an HVAC System = 302
  10.7 Reduction of Material Handling Impact Noise = 304
  10.8 Noise Reduction of Air Exhaust and Jet Thrust Devices = 314
 Chapter 11 Establishing an Industrial Noise Control Program = 324
  11.1 Introduction = 324
  11.2 Identifying Unacceptable Noise Areas and Work Environments - Initial Noise Survey = 325
  11.3 Identifying Major Sources of Worker Noise Exposure - Compliance Noise Survey = 326
  11.4 Diagnostic Measurements = 334
  11.5 Documentation for the Noise Survey = 338
  11.6 Determining Noise Control Methods - Assessing Feasibility = 339
  11.7 Written Noise Abatement Plan - Establishing Priorities = 341
  11.8 Establishing a Review Procedure = 346
  11.9 Personal Hearing Protection - Educational Program = 346
  11.10 Establishing an Audiometric Testing Program = 348
Part 3 Laboratory and Field Experiments
 Introduction to the Laboratory Exercises = 353
  Lab 1 Measurement of Sound = 355
   L1.1 The Sound-Level Meter = 355
   L1.2 Components = 356
   L1.3 Calibration = 356
   L1.4 Experiment = 357
  Lab 2 Evaluation of Noise Environments = 359
   L2.1 The Sound-Level Meter as an Evaluation Tool = 359
   L2.2 Combined Octave-Band Levels = 359
   L2.3 Weighted Levels from Octave-Band Levels = 361
   L2.4 Evaluating Environments from Octave-Band Levels = 363
   L2.5 Experiment = 368
  Lab 3 Field Measurements of Room Absorption and Reverberation Time = 370
   L3.1 Prediction of Sound Levels in Enclosures = 370
   L3.2 Practical Aspects of Measuring Reverberation Times = 371
   L3.3 Experiment = 372
  Lab 4 Field Measurements of Transmission Loss and Noise Reduction = 375
   L4.1 Prediction of Noise Reduction through Partitions = 375
   L4.2 Practical Aspects of Measuring Transmission Loss or Noise Reduction = 376
   L4.3 Experiment = 378
  Lab 5 Plant Noise Surveys = 381
   L5.1 Introduction = 381
   L5.2 Conduct of Noise Surveys = 381
   L5.3 Records and Accessories = 385
   L5.4 Experiment = 387
  Lab 6 Identification of Sources = 390
   L6.1 Components of Combined Sound Fields = 390
   L6.2 Direct Methods of Identification = 390
   L6.3 Comparison Methods of Identification = 393
   L6.4 Experiment = 395
  Lab 7 Determination of Sound Power Level in Semireverberant Environments = 398
   L7.1 Sound-Pressure Level in the Sound Field Surrounding a Source = 398
   L7.2 Basic Equations Governing Techniques for Sound Power Determination = 399
   L7.3 Practical Aspects of Sound Power Measurement = 401
   L7.4 Comparison Methods for Determining Sound Power Level in Semireverberant Fields = 403
   L7.5 Experiment = 404
  Lab 8 Measurement of Normal Incidence Absorption Coefficient in a Standing Wave Tube = 409
   L8.1 Sound Absorption Coefficients of Acoustical Materials = 409
   L8.2 The Standing Wave Tube Method of Measuring Absorption Coefficients = 409
   L8.3 Experiment = 411
Index = 429


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