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Mar 01, 2008 · Noise in the office:Part IIThe scientific basis (knowledge base) for the guide. International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics, 14, 93-118. Masking speech in open-plan offices with simulated ventilation noise:Noise-level and spectral composition effects on
Acoustical planning for workplace health and well-being:A Noise is the most frequent reason for complaints about environmental conditions in the workplace. It is associated with individual health and well-being and decreased productivity and performance. This study identified a set of acoustic strategies for open-plan workplaces and examined a case study applying those to four open-plan offices in the United States.
Assessment of the noise annoyance among subway train The results of sound level meter showed that the mean Leq was 73.0 dBA ± 8.7 dBA and the dosimetry mean measured Leq was 82.1 dBA ± 6.8 dBA. 80% of conductors were very annoyed/annoyed by noise in their work place. 53.9% of conductors reported that noise affected their work performance and 63.5% reported that noise causes that they lose their concentration.
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Spectral Character, Exposure Levels and Adverse Effects of Ventilation noise in offices and related annoyance and other adverse effects were studied in four workplaces, representing high and low levels of ventilation noise. The infrasonic part of the ventilation noise did not exceed the perception threshold level and thus did not contribute to the noise
The role of rehearsal in a novel call center-type task The office noise sound condition was recorded using Sound Forge and mixed using the Sound Edit Pro software package and comprised the following individual sounds:Computer humming, doors opening and closing, typing, photocopier, printer, telephone ring, mobile telephone ring, papers being shuffled, footsteps, knocking at the door and speech. The speech consisted of male and female voices reading
The deleterious effects of background sound on performance are documented in both the applied and auditory distraction literature (e.g., Perham, Banbury & Jones, 2007a, 2007b). However, debate surrounds whether background sound can be habituated to through pre-exposure. Noise in the office:Part IIThe scientific basis (knowledge base Ulf Landström's research works University of Gävle Noise in the office:Part II-The scientific basis (knowledge base) for the guide A review is presented of research on health effects of whole-body vibration on man with the objective of