maximum sound pressure

maximum sound pressure

[′mak·sə·məm ′sau̇nd ‚presh·ər]
(acoustics)
For any given cycle of a periodic wave, the maximum absolute value of the instantaneous sound pressure occurring during that cycle.
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Net Metric WW WE Number of air gun pulses 186 5749 detected Number of days with air gun 1 8 pulse detections Air gun maximum sound pressure 133.
For example our 1MW QAC 1250 generator has a maximum sound pressure level (LPA) of only 67 dB(A) making it ideal for residential and quiet applications.
If the upstream mass injection operates at a frequency different from the frequency of the dominant resonance (which has the maximum sound pressure level), the large-scale vortices in the cavity shear layer could be broken up into a smaller length scale.
These are now the maximum sound pressure levels that must be maintained.
Recreational boats fitted with inboard or stern drive engines without integral exhaust, jet skis and outboard engines as well as stern drive engines with integral exhaust must be designed, built and assembled so that noise emissions do not exceed the current limit values of level 67 of maximum sound pressure.
Total acoustic energy (TAE) and maximum sound pressure level (SPL), and chorus duration and maximum SPL, were positively and significantly correlated for all sites and seasons (Table 1).
This was the maximum sound pressure level that could be reached with the available apparatus.
When processing 3 mm long LDPE pellets with a diameter of 3 mm, the maximum sound pressure level is 85 dBA.
Occupational exposure limits specify the maximum sound pressure levels and exposure times to which nearly all workers may be repeatedly exposed without adverse effect on their ability to hear and understand normal speech.
For governed tools, the maximum sound pressure level is usually at peak horsepower.
Thanks to the speaker's DSP technology, the tough, long-throw 8-inch aluminum driver can generate maximum sound pressure levels at any planned frequency, with variances never reaching more than 1.
C) to greatly improve linearity - the reproduction of a sound faithful to the input signal - even for maximum sound pressure.
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