immission


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immission

(ɪˈmɪʃən) or

immittance

n
the act of inserting something
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For the construction measure, Noise measurements were carried out in accordance with the provisions of the sixteenth ordinance for the implementation of the federal immission control act, Including the external living areas.
1:2005 Occupational noise management Part 1: Measurement and assessment of noise immission and exposure.
The rough noise prediction tool provides a simple calculation method for noise immission in accordance with industry standards.
3] immission levels during 2009, 2010 and 2011 disclosed, in particular, problematic ambient air concentrations for nitric dioxide (respectively 42 [micro]g/[m.
The paper presents a case study on dispersion modelling of suspended powders emitted jointly by many point sources in the agroindustrial area of Vaslui, with calculating pollutant concentrations on immission for several set receptors, using Pol 15sm model.
Developed theoretical models include the characteristics of noise sources for the purpose of calculating noise source emission and modeling the sound wave propagation pattern from the place of emission to the place of immission, i.
To implement the diversity of these methods, the policy decisions are in use and include the development of emission standards for individual sources, immission standards based on noise quality criteria, land use planning, infrastructure measures, economic instruments, environmental noise researches, operational procedures as well as education and information actions (Paslawski 2009).
measurement of aircraft noise around the Aeroclub of Kamenica nad Cirochou at the measuring points 1 to 4 is shown that there are not exceeded immission values for determining values of environmental noise at all measuring points in a set time interval,
Determining the agricultural ammonia immission using bark bio-monitoring: comparison with passive sampler measurements.
Sound immission during leisure activities and auditory behaviour.