3 edition of Noise control for mechanical equipment. found in the catalog.
Noise control for mechanical equipment.
United States. Dept. of the Army.
Written in English
|Series||Its Technical manual, TM 5-805-4|
|LC Classifications||U408.3 .A13 TM5-805-4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 215 p.|
|Number of Pages||215|
|LC Control Number||70609515|
The material included in this book is limited to that which is clearly applicable to nonaerospace industrial noise control problems. The later chapters, in particular, include more advanced and source-specific noise control technology. Emphasis has been placed on fan noise reduction, noise transmission control techniques, and jet noise suppression. This manual provides qualified designers the criteria and guidance required for design and construction of those features related to noise and vibration control of mechanical equipment systems most commonly encountered in military facilities. These criteria apply to all new construction and to major alteration of existing structures.
Noise and Vibration Control Engineering is a completely new single-source guide to all aspects of noise and vibration control. It offers mechanical, acoustical, architectural, electrical and chemical engineers and students the engineering principles necessary for designing quiet conditions into industrial machinery motors, power plant equipment, air-conditioning systems, factories, buildings. Steel sound enclosures are a highly effective means of noise control for industrial and mechanical equipment. Our acoustic steel enclosures are engineered for superior noise control while allowing for easy access for both ventilation and maintenance. Custom engineered steel enclosures are a workable solution to your noisy industrial equipment.
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Industrial Noise Control and Acoustics (Mechanical Engineering) and cooling towers, selecting the appropriate equipment to monitor sound properties, assessing the severity of environmental noise, modifying the sources, transmission paths, and receivers of sound, estimating sound pressure levels, designing mufflers, silencers, barriers, and Cited by: --Noise data for mechanical and electrical equipment.
--Control of airborne noise of mechanical and electrical equipment. --Vibration isolation of mechanical and electrical equipment.
--References. --Data forms, tables, and figures. Series Title: United States.; Department of the Army. The book covers the fundamentals of acoustics, theoretical concepts and practical application of current noise control technology. It aims to be as comprehensive as possible while still covering important concepts in sufficient detail to engender a deep understanding of the foundations upon which noise control technology is by: Malcolm J.
Crocker, PhD, is Distinguished University Professor in the Mechanical Engineering Department of Auburn University, where he teaches and conducts research, sponsored by industry and government, in acoustics, noise, and vibration control.
Crocker served for twenty years as the Editor of the Noise Control Engineering Journal and is currently Editor of the International. Industrial Noise Control and Acoustics (Dekker Mechanical Engineering) Randall F. Barron Discusses useful procedures in the design of industrial noise abatement systems and equipment to reduce the generation and transmission of noise to comply with standards of OSHA, the EPA, and HUD.
Mechanical Vibrations & Noise Control eBook By Dr. Sadhu Singh. About The Book. This is a comprehensive text book on Mechanical Vibrations And Noise Control to serve the requirements of undergraduate and postgraduate students in Mechanical, Production, and Aeronautical Engineering. The book deals with the basic concepts of vibrations.
trol principles are applied to speciﬁc pieces of equipment. The noise reduc-tion achieved by the treatment will be presented, along with any pitfalls or caveats associated with the noise control procedure.
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Because of its connection with music, acoustics has been a ﬁeld of interest for many centuries (Hunt, ). These units are normally masked by other noise in a mechanical equipment room. The machine usually includes one or two small pumps; steam flow noise or steam valve noise may also be present.
The 3 foot distance SPLs for most absorption machines used in refrigeration systems for buildings are given in Table 4. Table 4. 3 BEST AVAILABLE TECHNIQUES FOR NOISE CONTROL 16 Introduction 16 How Sound is Attenuated 16 Sound Attenuation Through Structures 16 Noise Control Equipment 18 Noise management Practices 21 Planning Noise Control 23 4 COSTS, BENEFITS AND IMPLICATIONS OF NOISE CONTROL 25 Introduction 25 Cost Benefits NOTE: In noise control by design the terms direct and indirect sometimes are used for the path of sound from the generation to propagation in the air.
So airborne sound in a fan is radiated directly but solidborne sound in a gear is transmitted to the wall of the casing and radiated as. Noise Control for Mechanical and Ventilation Systems. Hoover. Hoover & Keith, Inc., Meadowglen, Houston, TXUSA Book Editor(s): Malcolm J.
Crocker. Editor‐in‐Chief Propagation of Airborne Noise from Mechanical Equipment Rooms. Vibration Isolation of Mechanical Equipment. : R. Hoover, R.
Keith. Upward noise control for mechanical rooms. 10 Downward noise control using an auxiliary ceiling. 11 Section views through two types of floating floor assemblies. 12 Sound transmission at perimeter mechanical rooms. 12 Electrical conduit routing into a mechanical room. 13 Pipe lagging for noise control.
14File Size: KB. In terms of new installations, select quiet equipment, have a procurement policy that opts for acquiring quiet equipment, and eliminate design flaws which would amplify the noise.
Engineering modifications, those changes that affect the source or the path of the sound, are the preferred methods of noise control in already established workplaces.
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The provisions in the Noise Control (Motor Vehicles) Regulation, made under section 27 of the Ordinance, deal with the control of mechanical noise emanating from motor vehicles. The Government will continue to tighten the emission standard in step with other developed countries such as the European Union.
team in the areas of acoustics, equipment operation and airflow were used to ensure that each specific noise control solution allowed for proper equipment operation and access.
Quiet the noise levels of the bakery rooftop mechanical equipment to less than or equal to those dictated by the city ordinance. Stay within the client’s budget. CHAPTER NOISE AND VIBRATION CONTROL HVAC equipment for a building is one of the major sources of interior noise, and its effect on the acoustical environment is important.
Further, noise from equipment located outdoors often propagates to the community. Therefore, mechanical equipment must be selected, and equipment spaces designed, with an. Buy a cheap copy of Industrial Noise Control (Mechanical book by Lewis H. Bell. Illustrates the latest solutions to real problems occurring in industry, buildings, and communities.
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Anti Vibration Mounts. Anti vibration mounts systems are used to create a resilient break when mechanical equipment is fixed rigidly to a building floor slab or ceiling, the vibrations formed by the mechanical equipment are transmitted and these vibrations can travel in solid building elements such as structural columns, beams, and floor slabs which is described as structure-borne on: Unit 1, Tarran Way South, Moreton Wirral, Merseyside CH46 4TP UK.
The most common sources are industrial noise and traffic. Vibrations can cause damage to assets, radiate noise or cause discomfort to people.
Noise control or noise mitigation is a set of strategies to reduce noise pollution or to reduce the impact of that noise, whether outdoors or indoors.
3. Source of noiseSource of noise 4.To achieve proper ambient noise levels, locate mechanical equipment rooms as far as possible from noise-sensitive spaces.
The mechanical rooms should not share common walls, floors, ceilings with these areas. Then, construct the walls, ceilings, and floors surrounding the mechanical rooms with sufficient mass to properly isolate the mechanical noise from the adjacent spaces.New York Code - Noise Control Of Mechanical Equipment.
§ Noise control of mechanical equipment. (a) Minimum airborne noise insulation requirements. (1) BOILER ROOMS. Boiler rooms adjoining dwelling spaces, either vertically or horizontally, shall be separated therefrom by floor-ceiling or partition constructions having a minimum STC rating of fifty.