Analysis of attitudinal response to audible noise from high voltage transmission lines and transformer station
Keywords:Acoustic noise measurement, Audio acoustics, Electric lines, Electric transformers, Statistical methods, Attitudinal response, Corona noise
AbstractProcedures for statistical analysis of audible noise from 550 and 735 kV transmission lines and a 735 kV transformer station are discussed. The research also entails psycho-acoustic testing of people to determine attitudinal response to this form of noise as compared to other environmental noises. The evaluation of subjective response to corona noise in a laboratory environment are also discussed. A Participation Program between the Canadian Electrical Association, the American Electric Power Service Corporation and the National Bureau of Standards in Washington is outlined.
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