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  1. When the daily noise exposure consists of periods of different noise levels, the daily dose can be calculated as: D = (t e1 / t d1 + t e2 / t d2 + + t en / t dn) % (1). where. D = daily noise exposure (%). t e = exposure time at a specified noise level (min). t d = maximum duration time at specified noise level (min). According the National Institute for Occupational Safety - NIOSH.
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  3. Feb 05,  · Diagnosis performances of the single classes were analyzed, the CDR curves for three classes were shown in Fig. 6, Fig. 7, Fig. 8. Fig. 6 plotted the CDR for different number of N-best features, when the VRF system had undercharge fault. Firstly, when the number of the best features was over 8, the CDR curve was not always gazpfromchafichamla.condownhudisamirederstonfirsdehe.co by:
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  5. To illustrate the tradeoff between sound level and duration of exposure that is built into noise dosimetry, assuming a criterion level of 85 dBA and a 3-dB exchange rate, an 8-hour continuous exposure to steady-state noise at 85 dBA would have the same noise dose as 88 dBA for 4 .
  6. "CD-R are Nikita Golyshev and Stas Bobkin from Moscow, and their music is much more noise related, but they never go for the full blast of things. They built the tracks with care, but end up in quite forceful sound patterns, where high pitched sounds and feedback work alike. It is worked out quite nicely." - Frans De Waard, Vital Weekly.
  7. Once you have the Dose% figure, you can calculate the TWA using the following equation: TWA = Log10 (D/) + where. TWA is the 8-hour Time Weighted Average Sound Level D is the Dose % as calculated above (or measured with a dosimeter) Log10 is the Logarithm to base
  8. Jun 01,  · A straightforward copy of a CD via a respectable PC burner using a 2x or 4x write can make virtually identical copies. I've had problems on my home player reading copies burned at 12x write and I've read some fora that advices certain brands and .
  9. May 19,  · The increased noise of the CDR is not an unknown issue. Even swapping tubes in and out and reversing the reverb tank is not going to completely eliminate the hiss. It is by design that it has more idle noise than other amps. some of which have more gain and are louder.

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