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Indoor Noise Annoyance Due to Transportation Noise
Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering
This study examined the relationship between noise annoyance and sound pressure levels in indoor environments due to various modes of transportation including road traffic, railways, and aircraft. The experiments were conducted in a laboratory environment, where the limited sense of presence was overcome by using an appropriate exposure duration. The degree of annoyance was surveyed and the average score was converted into percent of annoyance (%PA) and percent high annoyance (%HA) values amongdoi:10.3130/jaabe.17.149 fatcat:x6lqfiig3vcm3aowj7evk5gpoq