A-WTD

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A-WTDA-Weighted (sound)
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NASA is aiming for a sound level of 60 to 65 A-weighted decibels (dBa), which is roughly the volume of a highway-bound luxury car or background conversation in a lively restaurant.
For rattle noise evaluation, two physical acoustics parameters (including linear sound pressure level and A-weighted sound pressure level) and six psychological acoustics parameters (including loudness, roughness, sharpness, fluctuation strength, tonality and articulation index) are chosen for further objective evaluation [11] and calculation results of each gear rattle noise sample are listed in Table 7.
W,j] is the A-weighted sound power level of each vehicle type; for example, [L.
Studies have indicated that equivalent continuous A-weighted sound pressure level over 8 h (L [sub]Aeq,8 h ) and exposure time are two important parameters that describe the relationship between the steady noise and hearing loss.
103 dB rms noise, 20 Hz to 20 kHz BW, A-weighted The noise signal is measured with an rms detector across a specified bandwidth.
The sound time history of traffic flow in the chosen representative time interval is registered on both microphones simultaneously, as the two discreet sets of instantaneous A-weighted sound pressure levels [L.
An average living room would typically have a noise level of about 40 A-weighted decibels.
Given the absence of a hospital noise standard, it is seen that on the measurements in literature vary from A-weighted [L.
Acoustic and environmental impacts from Performance Based Procedures are evaluated by the software, which provides a display of noise impacts using various acoustic parameters including A-weighted noise levels and audibility detection.
The recommended basic methods for evaluating acoustical performance of commercial buildings include an occupant survey to identify perceived acoustical problems in the building and a survey of the A-weighted sound pressure level (Leq in dBA) in occupied spaces.
Sound pressure levels measured in the ear simulators of the HATS must be corrected to free field response and then A-weighted and averaged.
The initial report (1) provided the maximum instantaneous A-weighted sound pressure level (Lmax Fast [dBA]) averaged for 2 recordings during single vuvuzela blasts at 4 distances from the bell of the vuvuzela.