It might sound simple, but long term noise monitoring can mean different things to different people. There is no standard definition for what long term noise monitoring is, but here is a summary that covers the basics.
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An Overview of Construction and Demolition Noise Monitoring
It will come as no surprise that large redevelopment projects can have a huge impact on the existing properties that are located close by. The most common impact is usually the noise generated by demolition and construction work. Here’s an overview of what is involved with construction and demolition noise monitoring, as well as solutions we can provide.
Noise Measurement Terms Part 4 – Peak and Max, Max Sound Level and Other Metrics
In the last part of our Noise Measurement Terms Series we cover Peak and Max, Max Sound Level and other key metrics.
Noise Measurement Terms Part 3 – Time Average Sound Level, Sound Exposure Level (SEL) / LAE and Statistical Levels L10 & L90
In part 3 of our Noise Measurement Terms series, we cover Time Average Sound Level, Sound Exposure Level (SEL) / LAE and Statistical Levels L10 and L90.
Noise Measurement Terms Part 2 – Exponential and Linear Integration and Sound Level
Welcome to part 2 of our Noise Measurement Terms series. This time we are covering Exponential and Linear Integration and Sound Level.
Noise Measurement Terms Part 1 – Frequency Weighting & Level and IEC 61672 : 2003
There are many tens of descriptors used for noise but for airport and environmental noise monitoring. Many, indeed most, are not relevant. That is why we are introducing a Noise Measurement Terms service to give descriptions of those parameters commonly used in an environmental monitoring system.