2 edition of field study of human response to traffic noise found in the catalog.
field study of human response to traffic noise
J. S. Bradley
by University of Western Ontario, Faculty of Engineering Science in London
Written in English
|Other titles||Human response to traffic noise|
|Statement||prepared by J.S. Bradley, B.A. Jonah for the Canadian Ministry of Transport, Road and Motor Vehicle Safety Branch.|
|Series||Research report / Engineering Science -- SV-77-2, Research report (University of Western Ontario. Faculty of Engineering Science) -- SV-77-2.|
|Contributions||Jonah, B. A., Canada. Ministry of Transport. Road and Motor Vehicle Traffic Safety Branch., University of Western Ontario. Faculty of Engineering Science.|
|LC Classifications||TD893.6.T7 B725|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||422 p. :|
|Number of Pages||422|
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Between andDr. Basner conducted several large scale laboratory and field studies on the effects of traffic noise on sleep at the German Aerospace Center.
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The VicRoads Traffic Noise Reduction Policy [PDF 28 Kb] details noise limits for new or upgraded roads. If these limits are exceeded, noise. A-weighting is almost exclusively used for measurements relating to the human response to noise for both hearing damage and annoyance (Goodman and Grosveld, ).
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pollution and in particular noise pollution given that many man-made sounds are generated in cities (e.g. industrial and traffic noise, etc.). However Cited by: 2. Road traffic and related noise is a major source of annoyance and impairment to health in urban areas. Many areas exposed to road traffic noise are also exposed to rail and air traffic noise.
The resulting annoyance may depend on individual/neighborhood socio-demographic factors. Nevertheless, few studies have taken into account the confounding or modifying factors in the relationship between Cited by: