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Abstract This paper describes a case study in which low frequency noise was suspected of causing disturbance in a semi-rural location close to an industrial estate. Previous attempts using conventional acoustic measurement techniques to resolve the case, or even prove the existence of a real...
Abstract The vibrotactile perception threshold measurement technique is used to diagnose sensory neuropathy of the hand. The vibration perception threshold of a human finger could be most sensitive in the vicinity of one or more of its resonant frequency. The purpose of the present study is to...
Abstract An existing industrial test facility was proposed to be relocated from a plant site in a high ambient noise environment to a community with low ambient noise. The existing facility contained engine test cells and support equipment with loud noise emissions. The original location was in...
Abstract For decades, a mistaken assumption in the habilitation of travel for people with visual impairments has been that the use of “echolocation” is a dominant feature of acoustic information for the guidance of locomotion. This paper outlines a theoretical model of acoustic information...
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