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Vibration and structureborne noise in space station

Vibration and structureborne noise in space station

progress report for NASA grant NAG-1-541 for the period January 1, 1986 - June 30, 1986

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.?, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vibration (Aeronautics),
  • Space stations

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by Rimas Vaicaitis, principal investigator
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- NASA CR-177146
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination22 leaves
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14984773M

    They represent the Root mean-square RMS maximum and minimum obtainable noise levels during the monitoring interval. Sound from a tuning fork a pure tone contains a single frequency. Zienkiewicz et al. The distinction between in-air and in-water reference levels is important since sound intensity in water would appear extremely high compared to values in air. Airborne noise from transit systems, such as train horns and grade crossing warning bells, may also influence overall reactions to train operations.

    Vibration-sensitive equipment is not sensitive to ground-borne noise. An increase or decrease in sound level of about 10 dB is usually perceived by the average person as a doubling or halving of the sound's loudness, and this relationship holds true for loud sounds and for quieter sounds. Cordioli et al. A review of such issues has been going on for the past couple of weeks without any breaks, sources said.

    Charpentier, K. Task 6. Although the units of each quantity are decibels, these terms are different and should not be confused. The minimum change in the sound level of individual events that an average human ear can detect is about 3 dB. This is called "A" weighting, and the decibel level measured is called the A-weighted sound level dBA. And the correspondence relationship could be used to help control the radiated noise.


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Astronauts on the ISS used to have to wear ear plugs all day but are now only wear them for 2 to 3 hours per work day. This is the dominant source of noise from railway operations. Most rapid transit projects fall into this category. Another source said the swaying was the "biggest I've ever seen Construction plans for noise barriers Construction plans for noise barriers include aspects such as the method for laying foundations for noise barriers barriers, fences and railings to prevent noisealong with the structures, appearance and landscape design of such barriers, as well as planning to reuse old material, particularly in sound barrier structures, by working in collaboration with structural and geo designers, architects and other experts.

The response of individuals to similar noise events is diverse and influenced by the type of noise, the perceived importance of the noise, and its appropriateness in the setting, the time of day, the type of activity during which the noise occurs, and the sensitivity of the individual.

There is a difference of 26 dB when converting air to water sound pressure levels. Kompella, B. Akanda, G.

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Shorter et al. VA One Barton, K. Potential noise impacts associated with the Project are assessed and noise-sensitive receptors are identified, as well as the laws, ordinances, regulations, and standards that regulate noise levels at those receptors.

Task 4. Royal Soc. Survey North American Rail Transit Systems: North American transit agencies were surveyed to determine 1 the prevalence of complaints related to ground-borne vibration, 2 how complaints have been handled, and 3 what, if any, corrective action has been taken.

ESI Group. All rights reserved. The Ldn is recommended by the State of California to be used by local agencies to define acceptable land use compatibility with respect to noise. Chwif et al. Table 1 facilitates conversions among some of the more common vibration velocity units.

Unlike in air, there are several types of wave motion in solids including compressional, shear, torsional, and bending. Field Data Collection: Community annoyance was assessed using telephone interviews.

Vibration and structureborne noise assessments

Table 2 shows the matrix that the FTA uses to evaluate the impact of rail transit-related ground-borne vibration and ground-borne noise.

This report refers to three acoustical quantities: 1 sound pressure level in air, 2 sound pressure level in water, 3 and sound power level.

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In: Krylov, V. Noise surveys and modelling, and noise measurements We prepare calculated noise surveys to support processes in fields such as landuse changes, town planning and road projects, construction permits, and industrial and leisure permit processes.

Shorter, Q. The D project was concerned only with phenomena caused by ground vibration. Based on the steady sine and random white noise exciting, the frequency response functions of the acceleration and sound pressure are obtained.

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NASA says the goal is for the working area to .Noise and Vibration Study WESTSIDE SUBWAY EXTENSION PROJECT August Page STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS All standards and regulations cited in the report remain the same.

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