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Krahé, Detlef; Schreckenberg, Dirk; Ebner, Fabian; Eulitz, Christian; and Möhler, Ulrich
Feasibility study on effects of infrasound
This feasibility study evaluated the state of knowledge about the effects of infrasound on human beings, the identification of infrasound sources and the potential concerns in Germany due to infrasound. Furthermore, a study design was developed for a noise impact study concerning infrasound immissions. Based on these findings, recommendations for the further development of regulations on immission control were made. The study led to the following conclusions: The literature review does not present a coherent picture about the determination and . . . Complete article »
Why is sharp-limited low-frequency noise extremely annoying?
[Introduction] Low-frequency noise (LFN) is sound focused in the frequency range below ~100 Hz. For example, in Germany sound is defined as low frequency if the C- and A-weighted sound pressure level (SPL) differs by more than 20 dB. For a growing number of people LFN is an urgent problem, and many questions remain unanswered: Why does LFN seem to be a greater problem today than in the past? Are people more sensitive? Is LFN increasing? It can be assumed . . . Complete article »
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