The inexpensive noise control method -a case study
Keywords:Attenuation, Control systems, Exhaust gases, Industrial emissions, Industrial ovens, Industrial plants, Plant layout, Sensitivity analysis, Site selection, Ventilation exhausts, Noise emission, Noise measurements, Pollution control system, Spatial variations
AbstractAn audit noise measurement program to control the effluent from four ovens of a industrial facility was presented. The four of the exhaust stacks form the facility were connected to a pollution control system and the output from the pollution control system was exhausted through a single stack. The measurement indicated that the exhaust stack of the pollution control system generates the offending tonal noise. The residential noise levels showed the plant was within 1-2 dB of the guideline limits.
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