Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/66984
Type: Book (edited)
Title: Effects of low-frequency noise and vibration on people
Publisher Place: Brentwood, U.K.
Issue Date: 2007
ISBN: 9780906522455
Editor: Hansen, C.
Statement of
Responsibility: 
Colin H. Hansen
Contents: Machine derived contents note: CHAPTER 1: PERCEPTION THRESHOLDS FOR LOW FREQUENCY NOISE 1 ulnpleasantness and acceptable limits of low frequency sound Ki o inukai, Norio Nakamura and Hideto Taya 7 1 1 An investigation of the perception thresholds of band-limited low frequency noises: influence of bandwidth ,jsunao Matsumoto, Yukio Takahashi, Setsuo Maeda, Hiroki Yamaguchi, Kauhiro Yamada and Jishnu K Subedi 15 1.3. Masked perception thresholds of low frequency tones under background noises and their estimation by loudness model Jishnu K. Subedi, Hiroki Yamaguchi, Yasunao Matsumoto 27 1.4. Thresholds and acceptability of low frequency pure tones by sufferers Yukio Inukai, Hideto Taya and Shinji Yamada 45 CHAPTER 2: EFFECT OF LOW FREQUENCY NOISE ON PEOPLE IN TERMS OF ANNOYANCE AND SLEEP DEPRIVATION 2.1. Unpleasantness and acceptable limits of low frequency sound Yukio Inukai, Norio Nakamura and Hideto Taya 7 2.2. Low frequency noise and annoyance in classroom Pir Axelsson, Kjell Holmberg and U/​f Landstr6m 61 2.3. A Structured approach to LFS-complaints in the Rotterdam region of the Netherlands /​ng. Piet Sloven 71 2.4. Annoyance of low frequency noise and traffic noise Frank Rysgaard Qistdorff and Torben Poulsen 87 2.5. Perceptions of the public of low frequency noise D.M. J, Manley, P Styles and J. Scott 93 2.6. A questionnaire survey of complaints of infrasound and low-frequency noise Henrik Moller and Morten Lydolf 105 2.7. Assessments of low frequency noise complaints among the local Environmental Health Authorities and a follow-up study 14 years later Johanna Bengtsson and Kerstin Persson Waye 119 2.8. Low Frequency Noise Annoyance: The Behavioural Challenge Stephen Benton and Orna Abramsom- Yehuda 131 2.9. Comparison of objective methods for assessment of annoyance of low frequency noise with the results of a laboratory listening test Torben Poulsen 137 2.10. Blast densification method: Sound propagation and estimation of psychological and physical effects Hiroyuki Imaizumi, Yasumori Takahashi, Motoharu Jinguuji, and Sunao Kunimatsu 157 2.11. Annoyance of low frequency noise (LFN) in the laboratory assessed by LFN-sufferers and non-sufferers Torben Poulsen 177 2.12. Psychological analysis of complainants on noise/​low frequency noise and the relation between psychological response and brain structure Toshiya Kitamura, Masaki Hasebe, and Shinji Yamada 191 2.13. Annoyance of low frequency tones and objective evaluation methods Jishnu K Subedi, Hiroki Yamaguchi, Yasunao Matsumoto and M itsutaka Ishihara 199 2.14. LFN and the A-weighting Piet Sloven 219 2.15. Thresholds and acceptability of low frequency pure tones by sufferers 2.16. Low frequency noise annoyance and the negotiation challenge for environmental officers and sufferers S tephen B enton 227 CHAPTER 3. PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF LOW FREQUENCY NOISE 31. Some characteristics of human body surface vibration induced by low frequency noise Yukio Takahashi, Kazuo Kanada and Yoshiharu Yonekawa 249 3.2. The relationship between vibratory sensation and body surface vibration induced by low-frequency noise Yukio Takahashi, Kazuo Kanada and Yoshiharu Yonekawa 265 3.3. Measurement of human body surface vibrations induced by complex low- frequency noise composed of two pure tones Yukio Takahashi and Setsuo Maeda 283 3.4. Blast densification method: Sound propagation and estimation of 3.5. An investigation on the physiological and psychological effects of infrasound on persons Chen Yuan Huang 0/​bai and Hanmin Shi 303 3.6. Effects on spatial skills after exposure to low frequency noise Jessica Ljungberg, Gregory Neely and Ronnie Lundstrmim 311 3.7. Does low frequency noise at moderate levels influence human mental performance? Malgorzata Pawlaczyk-Luszczyriska, Adam Dudarewicz, Malgorzata Waszkowska, Wieslaw Szymczak, Maria Kameduta 1, Mariola Sliwiriska- Kowalska a 319 CHAPTER 4. PERCEPTION THRESHOLDS FOR LOW FREQUENCY VIBRATION AND THE EFFECT OF LOW FREQUENCY VIBRATION ON PEOPLE IN TERMS OF COMFORT AND ANNOYANCE 4.1. Perception of low frequency vibrations by heavy vehicle drivers Rayya Hassan and Kerry McManus 349 4.2. Vibration perception thresholds assessed by two different methods in healthy subjects Ewa Zamyslowska-Szmytke, Wieslaw Szymczak and Mariola Sliwinska- Kowalska 367 CHAPTER 5. PHYSIOLOGICAL AND HEALTH EFFECTS OF LOW FREQUENCY VIBRATION 5.1. Occupational disease induced by hand transmitted vibration - The relationship between characteristics of case and kind of tool Shin'ya Yamada and Hisataka Sakakibara 387 5.2. The evaluation of horizontal whole-body vibration in the low frequency range Masashi Uchikune 399 5.3. Study of the effects of whole-body vibration in the low frequency range Masashi Uchikune 409. 80 More...
Subject: Noise --Health aspects
Vibration --Health aspects.
Noise --adverse effects --Collected Works.
Vibration --adverse effects --Collected Works.
RMID: 0020112566
Description (link): http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/32491263
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Mechanical Engineering publications

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