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A Study on the Risk Assessment Method of Indoor-Impulsive Noise
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A Study on the Risk Assessment Method of Indoor-Impulsive Noise
Chung, Sung Hak; Song, Ki Hyeok;
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 Abstract
The objective of this study is to evaluate the operator`s safety for the risk assessment method of impulsive noise division. Literature reviews on the basis of the impulsive noise study, the measuring methods and procedures, based on the results of the analysis process presents a risk assessment methods. In this study, analysis of the MIL-STD-1474D, B-duration graph for the peak noise level to cross the line from the measurement results is limited by the risk retracted. It is possible to determine whether there is quick can be determined whether the risk. Measurement positions measured by the microphone is installed on the risk of applying results are so located within the tolerance impulsive noise in the measurement position can interpret subjective safety is ensured. In addition, Proportional Dose technology was the proposed by the Patterson with the risk assessment method was applied to the indoor-impulsive noise. As results of this study, results for the same value of applying the technique of Proportional Dose technology results calculated by MIL-STD-1474D methods allows 1 count once increased in comparison to the result obtained.
 Keywords
risk assessment method;impulsive noise;indoor noise;
 Language
Korean
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