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Evaluating standard airborne sound insulation measures in terms of annoyance, loudness, and audibility ratings
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Figures

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FIG. 1.

Average spectra of speech and noise sources before transmission through the walls as well as the spectrum of the simulated ambient noise.

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Mean annoyance ratings versus STC values for music and speech sounds (music: ; speech: ).

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FIG. 3.

Mean annoyance ratings versus values for music and speech sounds [music: (0.728); speech: (0.856)]. (Values in parentheses are for annoyance versus STC values from Fig. 2.)

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Mean loudness ratings versus STC values for speech and music sounds [music: (0.728); speech: (0.856)]. (Values in parentheses are values for annoyance versus STC from Fig. 2.)

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Mean loudness ratings for music and speech sounds versus values [music: (0.798); speech: (0.890)]. (Values in parentheses are for annoyance versus values from Fig. 3.)

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Relationship between mean annoyance and mean loudness ratings for both speech and music sounds [music: ; speech: ].

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Correlation coefficients between annoyance and loudness ratings of speech and music sounds and modified STC values for which the maximum acceptable deficiency was varied for including a no maximum deficiency limitation case.

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Correlation coefficients from correlations of annoyance ratings with modified STC values for which the total acceptable deficiency was varied from .

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New spectrum weighting, , and the standard weighting.

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The modified -type spectrum weighting term, , and the standard -type spectrum weighting.

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Open circle symbols show extensions to the standard rating contour.

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Fraction of subjects finding sounds just audible versus STC ratings (music: ; speech: ).

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Fraction of subjects finding sounds just audible versus ratings (music: ; speech: ).

Tables

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TABLE I.

Comparison of values for Boltzmann equations fitted to annoyance and loudness ratings plotted versus values of the standard STC measure and values obtained without an rule. values equal to or greater than 0.95 are in bold font.

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TABLE II.

values for Boltzmann equation fits to mean loudness and annoyance ratings plotted versus sound insulation measures based on with various spectrum adaptation terms. values equal to or greater than 0.95 are in bold font.

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TABLE III.

Correlation coefficients from correlations of mean annoyance ratings of music sounds with values, where is the lowest included frequency and is the highest included frequency. The value in bold font shows the highest magnitude correlation coefficient.

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TABLE IV.

Correlation coefficients from correlations of mean annoyance ratings of speech sounds with values, where is the lowest included frequency and is the highest included frequency. The value in bold font show the highest magnitude correlation coefficient.

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TABLE V.

Summary of regression coefficients and values for Boltzmann equation fits to ratings of music sounds in this paper. values equal to or greater than 0.95 are in bold font.

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TABLE VI.

Summary of regression coefficients and values for Boltzmann equation fits to ratings of speech sounds in this paper. values equal to or greater than 0.95 are in bold font.

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Scitation: Evaluating standard airborne sound insulation measures in terms of annoyance, loudness, and audibility ratings
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