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Hubbard, Harvey
Noise-Induced House Vibrations and Human Perception
One aspect of community response to noise involves people inside houses. Since house structures have many components which are readily excited by noise and which can be coupled, they respond as complex vibrating systems. These dynamic responses are significant because they affect the environment of the observers inside the house. The nature of this noise-induced house excitation problem is illustrated in Fig. 1. A person inside the house can sense the impingement of noise on the external surfaces of the . . . Complete article »

Hubbard, Harvey; and Shepherd, Kevin
Wind Turbine Acoustics Research – Bibliography with Selected Annotation
NASA Technical Memorandum 100528 January 1988 Contents: General Wind Turbine Acoustics Publications Wind Turbine Noise Generation, Prediction and Measurements Wind Turbine Noise Propagation Effects of Wind Turbine Noise on People and Communities Effects of Wind Turbine Noise on Buildings Wind Turbine Noise Measurement Technology Kelly, N. D.; McKenna, H. E.; Hemphill, R. R.; Etter, C. L.; Garrelts, R. L.; and Linn, N. C.: Acoustic Noise Associated with the MOD-1 Wind Turbine: Its Source, Impact and Control. SERI/TR-635-1166, February 1985. Extensive . . . Complete article »

Stephens, David; Shepherd, Kevin; Hubbard, Harvey; Grosveld, Ferdinand
Guide to the evaluation of human exposure to noise from large wind turbines
Abstract Guidance for evaluating human exposure to wind turbine noise is provided and includes consideration of the source characteristics, the propagation to the receiver location, and the exposure of the receiver to the noise. The criteria for evaluation of human exposure are based on comparisons of the noise at the receiver location with the human perception thresholds for wind turbine noise and noise-induced building vibrations in the presence of background noise. NASA Technical Memorandum 83288, March 1982. Langley Research Center . . . Complete article »

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