Design methodology for a community response questionnaire on sonic boom exposure
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Published by McDonnell Douglas Corp., Douglas Aircraft Company, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center in Long Beach, Calif, Hampton, Va .
Written in English


  • Sonic boom -- Questionnaires.

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StatementJohn E. Farbry, Jr. ... [et al.].
SeriesNASA contractor report -- 187503., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-187503.
ContributionsFarbry, John E., Langley Research Center.
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Pagination1 v.
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Open LibraryOL15384221M

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Get this from a library! Design methodology for a community response questionnaire on sonic boom exposure: final technical report. [John E Farbry; Langley Research Center.;]. Design methodology for a community response questionnaire on sonic boom exposure By John A. Molino, Jr. John E. Farbry, Gwendolyn A. Demiranda and James M. Fields Abstract. A field experiment was undertaken to study the reactions of humans after exposure to sonic booms with special reference to startle reactions. In addition, animals in the vicinity of the test site. low-boom design process and accuracy of acoustic propagation codes. Also, by flying LBFD over preapproved populated areas, the reaction of communities can be assessed systematically, providing validation for community response models under development.1 Sonic Boom Prediction and Community Response.

Community Response Testing • Community response data from a low-boom flight demonstration research program are needed to support international regulation • Conducted a preliminary test () to develop and assess experimental methodologies, including noise exposure design, sonic boom data .   This paper demonstrates the use of two Bayesian statistical models to analyze single-event sonic boom exposure and human annoyance data from community response surveys. The paper also proposes a method for calculating a summary dose-response curve from the multilevel models that represents the population. J., Rathsam, J., and Wilson, A. A method to predict community annoyance due to sonic booms has been formulated in which the exposure is expressed using the equivalent day–night average sound level metric (L dn).It is based on the paired comparison results of Kryter’s sonic boom flyover tests [K. D. Kryter, The Effects of Noise on Man (Academic, New York, )] and a synthesis of available community response data by.   Journal of Sound and Vibration ()33(4), SONIC BOOM EXPOSURE EFFECTS--A FIELD STUDY HUMANS AND ANIMALS-t" R. RYLANDER AND S. SORENSEN Department of Enviromnental Hygiene, National Environment Protection Board, Stockholm, Sweden ON B. O. ANDRAE Institute of Aviation Medicine, Flight Test Center, 13 Linkb'phtg, Sweden G. .

The determination of the magnitude of sonic boom exposure which would be acceptable to the general population requires, as a starting point, a method to assess and compare individual sonic booms.   For source treatment to be effective, however, a comprehensive noise-control survey usually needs to be conducted to clearly identify the source and determine its relative contribution to the area noise level and worker noise exposure. At least four methods exist for treating the source: modification, retrofit, substitution, and relocation. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): this paper is to present the results of an experimental investigation to (1) quantify the subjective effects due to ground reflections of simulated N-wave and minimized boom signatures; and (2) assess the ability of several metrics to account for delay time effects.   SONIC BOOM EXPOSURE EFFECTS: SONIC BOOM EXPOSURE EFFECTS IIA: ANNOYANCE REACTIONS P. N. BORSKY Noise Research Unit, School of Public Health and Administrative Medicine, Columbia University, Franklin Avenue, Franklin Square, N. Y. U.S.A. 1. INTRODUCTION