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A laboratory study of subjective annoyance response to sonic booms and aircraft flyovers
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Jack D. Leatherwood, Brenda M. Sullivan.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 109113.|
|Contributions||Sullivan, Brenda M., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
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a A Laboratory Study of Subjective Annoyance Response to Sonic Booms and Aircraft Flyovers. NASA TM b Laboratory study of effects of sonic boom shaping on judged loudness and acceptability.
Noise Control Engineering Journal42(2). Luz, G.A. A statistical model for predicting the probability of complaints from Army weapons noise. ” Judgments of the relative unacceptability of subsonic aircraft flyovers and sonic booms in Kryter et al.'s () Edwards Air Force Base study showed that an increase of 12 PNdB in the intensity of sound produced by a subsonic aircraft was equivalent to about a 6 dB increase (from 1 to 2 pounds per square foot) in the intensity of a sonic boom.
Summary of recent NASA studies of human response to sonic booms Article in The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America (1 Pt 2) · February. ABSTRACT This study was undertaken to evaluate subjective and objective aspects of moderate levels of noise from impulsive sources.
The study excluded evaluation of hearing damage risk or annoyance from building vibration by high level impulsive noise, which were covered by recent recommendations of the National Research Council, Committee on Hearing Bioacoustics and.
The influence of procedural fairness on evaluations of noise annoyance caused by sonic booms predicted for these two classes of vehicles. The laboratory study is conducted in two sonic boom. Abstract. In the last two decades, community noise has become a problem of major dimensions in many countries.
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Connor, W. Rudmose. Journal of Sound and Vibration () 25 (2), AN ACCEPTABLE EXPOSURE LEVEL FOR AIRCRAFT NOISE IN RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES N. YEOWART Audiology Research Unit, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Salford, Saljd M5 4WT, England (Received 9 Mayand in revised form 24 August ) A review of existing guidelines and noise laws relating to Cited by: 2.
MILITARY AVIATION NOISE A COMPREHENSIVE LITERATURE SURVEY Stirling Consulting Reference Publication No. Kroesen M., et al. Measuring subjective response to aircraft noise: the effects of survey context. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. (1) et al. The Effect of Aircraft Noise and Sonic Booms on.
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Further, it is consistent with subjective evaluations of sonic booms where duration of the signal influences subjective response . Sonic Booms Little or no public annoyance is expected to result from one sonic boom during correlate best with subjective response in the large Swedish traffic noise survey of level in aircraft flyovers.
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Most of the sounds in Cited by: 3. Adverse effects of aircraft noise Other primary physiological effects that can be induced by noise during sleep are vegetative reac- tions (increased heart rate, increased finger pulse amplitude, vasoconstriction, and change in respira- tion) and body virtuosobs.com by: Inanother bright, young English mathematician, Frank Walkden, showed in a series of insightful equations how the lift effect of airplane wings could magnify the strength of sonic booms more than previously estimated The pioneering work of Whitham and Walkden laid the foundation for the systematic scientific study of sonic booms.
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In studies on the effects of simulated sonic booms on sleep, Lukas & Dobbs () concluded that some adaptation occurred. Thiessen () reported that although the awakening response seemed to diminish with time, there was no adaptation of the EEG response to aircraft and traffic noise.
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Mall and F. Farassat (page images at HathiTrust). The study involved yearling and 2-year-old females and their progeny (1, kits). Treatment animals received either three real sonic booms (averaging mN/m2 overpressure) or three simulated sonic booms (averaging mN/m2) on the day approximately .Aircraft operations are projected into the future to help ensure that the future operational capability of the air installation is considered.
As a planning document, this AICUZ study forecasts aircraft operations approximately 10 years into the future to assess the airfield’s impact on the local community.Full text of "DTIC ADA A Comprehensive Review of Helicopter Noise Literature" See other formats.