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Abstract Modern pedestrian bridges are becoming increasingly slender due to more demanding aesthetic requirements and increased strength of structural materials. As a consequence, they might suffer from excessive vibration under pedestrian-induced dynamic loading and therefore have their...
Abstract Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) is the most common occupational disease in the U.S. with devastating consequences particularly in the mining industry. A study conducted by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) revealed that 90% of coal miners have hearing...
Abstract In this paper, a new parameter identification method for Interior Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (IPMSM) sensorless control is proposed. Noise and vibration in mechanical plant is increased if rotor position estimation error occurs. Furthermore, the rotor position estimation error...
Abstract The induction of vibratory sensation is a characteristic of low-frequency noise. In this pilot study we measured the threshold levels to induce a vibratory sensation in normal-hearing subjects exposed to pure tones within a narrow frequency range (20–50 Hz). The threshold levels...
Abstract A field study has been carried out to investigate whole-body vibration exposure levels experienced by the train operators of an old train which circulates between Tehran and Andimeshk in the south of Iran. The objective of this study was to measure whole-body vibration transmitted to...
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