Standard Tekniska specifikationer · SIS-ISO/TS 7849-1:2009

Akustik - Bestämning av luftburna ljudeffektnivåer från maskiner medelst vibrationsmätning - Del 1: Överslagsmetod med fast strålningsfaktor (ISO/TS 7849-1:2009, IDT)

Status: Gällande

Omfattning
This part of ISO/TS 7849 gives basic requirements for reproducible methods for the determination of an upper limit for the A-weighted sound power level of the noise emitted by machinery or equipment by using surface vibration measurements. The method is only applicable to noise which is emitted by vibrating surfaces of solid structures and not to noise generated aerodynamically.

This vibration measurement method is especially applicable in cases where accurate direct airborne noise measurements, e.g. as specified in ISO 3746[7], ISO 3747[8], and ISO 9614 (all parts)[12], are not possible because of high background noise or other parasitic environmental interferences; or if a distinction is required between the total radiated sound power and its structure vibration generated component.

NOTE 1 One of the applications of this part of ISO/TS 7849 is the distinction between the radiation of airborne sound power generated by structure vibration and the aerodynamic sound power components. Such a distinction is not feasible with ISO 3746[7] and ISO 9614 (all parts)[12].

NOTE 2 Problems can occur if the noise is generated by small parts of machinery surfaces (sliding contacts, e.g. slip ring brush or the commutator and the brush in electrical machines).

The methods described in this part of ISO/TS 7849 apply mainly to processes that are stationary with respect to time.

Ämnesområden

Buller förorsakat av maskiner och utrustning (17.140.20)


Produktinformation

Språk: Engelska

Framtagen av: Akustik och buller, SIS/TK 110

Internationell titel: Acoustics - Determination of airborne sound power levels emitted by machinery using vibration measurement - Part 1: Survey method using a fixed radiation factor (ISO/TS 7849-1:2009, IDT)

Artikelnummer: STD-69164

Utgåva: 1

Fastställd: 2009-03-24

Antal sidor: 32