immission


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immission

(ɪˈmɪʃən) or

immittance

n
the act of inserting something
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The rough noise prediction tool provides a simple calculation method for noise immission in accordance with industry standards.
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.
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,
The Elbmarsch leukemia cluster: are there conceptual limitations in controlling immission from nuclear establishments in Germany?
At an Action Against Noise seminar at the NEC, Mr Meacher said the Sound Immission Contour Maps (SICMs) are an important step in reducing noise pollution.
operating immission monitoring in the vicinity of the npp (drinking water, air, food, sava river, rainfall and soil radiation in the environment, together with an assessment of population doses) in slovenia in the period from 2014 to 2015.
The main aims of environmental regulation can foster the improvement of emission or immission measures.
Assessment of air environmental factor was based on data derived from measurements at immission.
Our plan was to layer the computer-simulated exposure model in a geographic information system (GIS) and use the simulated immission concentrations to more accurately demarcate the exposed population.