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The noise-vibration problem-solution workbook /

by Royster, Larry H; Doswell Royster, Julia.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Fairfax, Va. : American Industrial Hygiene Association, 2002Description: 1 vol. (pagination multiple) : ill. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 193150427X.MeSH subject(s): Noise, Occupational | Vibration | Ear Protective Devices | Occupational Exposure | Risk Assessment | Monograph | Problems and ExercisesPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: Monograph
Contents:
Contents 1. Background information-importance of our hearing sense. 2. Physics of sound and vibration. 3. Sound and vibration measurement: instrumentation, noise and vibration descriptors. 4 and 5. Anatomy and physiology, and auditory and nonauditory effects of noise exposure and the effects of vibration exposure. 6. (Hearing conservation programs, HCPs) Program overview and administration. 7. Noise surveys and data analysis. 8. Education and motivation. 9. Noise and vibration control. 10. Hearing protection devices. 11. Audiometric monitoring phase of the HCP. 12. Evaluating hearing conservation program effectiveness. 13. Room noise criteria. 14. Speech communications and signal detection in noise. 15. Community noise. 16. Standards and regulations. 17. Predicting hearing characteristics due to noise exposure. 18. Worker's compensation. Appendix I. Department of Labor Occupational Noise Exposure Standard. Appendix II. Special open-ended problems. Appendix III. Properties of materials and engineering conversions. Appendix IV. Rules of thumb reference sheet. Appendix V. A partial listing of selected equations used in this workbook. Appendix VI. Selected reference sources. Appendix VII. Subject inedx
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Contents 1. Background information-importance of our hearing sense. 2. Physics of sound and vibration. 3. Sound and vibration measurement: instrumentation, noise and vibration descriptors. 4 and 5. Anatomy and physiology, and auditory and nonauditory effects of noise exposure and the effects of vibration exposure. 6. (Hearing conservation programs, HCPs) Program overview and administration. 7. Noise surveys and data analysis. 8. Education and motivation. 9. Noise and vibration control. 10. Hearing protection devices. 11. Audiometric monitoring phase of the HCP. 12. Evaluating hearing conservation program effectiveness. 13. Room noise criteria. 14. Speech communications and signal detection in noise. 15. Community noise. 16. Standards and regulations. 17. Predicting hearing characteristics due to noise exposure. 18. Worker's compensation. Appendix I. Department of Labor Occupational Noise Exposure Standard. Appendix II. Special open-ended problems. Appendix III. Properties of materials and engineering conversions. Appendix IV. Rules of thumb reference sheet. Appendix V. A partial listing of selected equations used in this workbook. Appendix VI. Selected reference sources. Appendix VII. Subject inedx