noise level

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Noun1.noise level - the amplitude level of the undesired background noise
amplitude - greatness of magnitude
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Occasional higher noise levels should not cause noise-induced hearing loss if the 24 hours include a sufficient amount of quiet time for hearing recovery between high noise level exposures.
With this in mind, Prathap said it is vital that "managers regulate the noise level of workplaces to ensure the noise levels are within the legal limit."
The average ambient noise level in the first half was 98dB and 96dB for the second half.
Data on the determined environmental noise levels collected for several decades that are at the disposal of public health institutes and institutions enable a detailed analysis and historical review of the environmental noise level trends [11].
Noise pollution is the excess of natural background noise level or abnormal change of sound characteristics: rate of recurrence, sound volume, etc.
population has the potential to be exposed to noise from aviation and interstate highways at levels below 50 decibels--roughly comparable to the noise level of a humming refrigerator.
The end results are fabulous and practically the noise level is non-existent.
A nonhomogeneous Poisson model was used to study the behavior of airport noise levels. The model was used to count the number of times that the noise level exceeds a given threshold in a time interval of interest [9].
Therefore, the purposes were to measure the noise level in several environments of a Public Hospital in Governador Valadares and to analyze its effects on the employees based on their complaints.
But there were numerous complaints about the noise level from neighbours.
The sound level meter was used for measure noise level readings.