Noise Control


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noise control

[′nȯiz kən‚trōl]
(acoustics)
The process of obtaining an acceptable noise environment for a particular observation point or receiver, involving control of the noise source, transmission path, or receiver, or all three.

Noise Control

 

the aggregate of measures (technical, architectural, acoustical, and the like) that provide protection from noise and limit noise levels in rooms, buildings, and populated areas in accordance with established medical standards. Effective noise control can greatly enhance the public service planning of populated areas and make the living, working, and recreational conditions healthier for the inhabitants. (See alsoACOUSTIC MATERIALS; SOUNDPROOFING; SOUND-ABSORBING STRUCTURES; and CONSTRUCTION ACOUSTICS.)

noise control

The technology of obtaining an acceptable noise environment, consistent with economic and operational considerations.
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