Rooftop Noise Impact Investigation to the Community
Based on an investigation of rooftop equipment noise, the methodology described in this paper was developed to isolate the noise contribution from a subset of noise sources from a set of noise sources (including urban hum) that contribute to the sound pressure level at a given community receptor location. Results comparing the projected noise impact from the rooftop equipment to community measurements based on this method are presented.
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