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Abstract This paper describes the results of a series of measurements using a variety of systems comprising vibration sensors and sound-level measuring devices. These were carried out at the homes of people experiencing the effects of low frequency noise and in other environments where...
Abstract International Standard ISO 2631 gives the reaction to horizontal vibration for the occupant of a building, a public transport system, the oscillations of the ocean and so on. These effects have not yet been evaluated by physiological methods as the criterion curves in the Standard are...
Abstract Protection against vibration nuisance in order to maintain satisfactory conditions during work, sleep, rest and recreation was specified in the Norwegian building regulations in 1997. Problems with soft clay with high water content in densely populated areas cause vibration problems in...
Abstract The body surface vibration induced by low frequency noise (noise-induced vibration) was measured at the forehead, the anterior chest and the anterior abdomen. At all the measuring locations, the increase steps in the vibration acceleration levels of the noise-induced vibrations was in...
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