Noise Generation and Control

  • Calvin R. Brunner


Noise is an air discharge which can cause immediate public concern and reaction. It is at times the most noticeable of discharges from an industrial system and can often be difficult and expensive to control.


Sound Pressure Level Sound Level Noise Generation Sound Level Meter Combustion Noise 
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References and Bibliography

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