No data available.
Please log in to see this content.
You have no subscription access to this content.
No metrics data to plot.
The attempt to load metrics for this article has failed.
The attempt to plot a graph for these metrics has failed.
Development of a noise metric for assessment of exposure risk to complex noises
1.Ahroon, W. A. , Davis, R. I. , and Hamernik, R. P. (1993a). “The role of tuning curve variables and threshold measures in the estimation of sensory cell loss,” Audiology 32, 244–259.
2.Ahroon, W. A. , Hamernik, R. P. , and Davis, R. I. (1993b). “Complex noise exposures: An energy analysis,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 93, 997–1006.
3.ANSI (2006). “Determination of occupational noise exposure and estimation of noise-induced hearing impairment,” S3.44-1996 (R2006),American National Standards Institute.
4.Blakeslee, E. A. , Hynson, K. , Hamernik, R. P. , and Henderson, D. (1977). “Interaction of spectrally mismatched continuous and impulse-noise exposures in the chinchilla,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 61, S59.
5.Cody, A. R. , and Robertson, D. (1983). “Variability of noise-induced damage in the guinea pig cochlea: Electrophysiological and morphological correlates after strictly controlled exposures,” Hear. Res. 9, 55–70.
6.Dunn, D. E. , Davis, R. R. , Merry, C. J. , and Franks, J. R. (1991). “Hearing loss in the chinchilla from impact and continuous noise exposure,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 90, 1979–1985.
7.EPA (1981). “Noise in America: The extent of the noise problem,” USEPA (ONAC) Report No. 550/9-81-101, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Noise Abatement and Control, Washington, DC.
9.Hamernik, R. P. , Ahroon, W. A. , Davis, R. I. , and Lei, S. F. (1994). “Hearing threshold shifts from repeated six-hour daily exposure to impact noise,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 95, 444–453.
10.Hamernik, R. P. , Ahroon, W. A. , Henderson, D. , and Salvi, R. J. (1987). “The interaction between continuous and impulse noise: Frequency effects,” The Second International Conference on the Combined Effects of Environmental Factors, Koyei, Kanazawa, Japan.
11.Hamernik, R. P. , Ahroon, W. A. , and Hsueh, K. D. (1991). “The energy spectrum of an impulse: Its relation to hearing loss,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 90, 197–204.
12.Hamernik, R. P. , Ahroon, W. A. , Patterson, J. H. , Jr., and Qiu, W. (2002). “Relations among early postexposure noise-induced threshold shifts and permanent threshold shifts in the chinchilla,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 111, 320–326.
13.Hamernik, R. P. , Henderson, D. , Crossley, J. J. , and Salvi, R. J. (1974). “Interaction of continuous and impulse noise: Audiometric and histological effects,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 55, 117–121.
14.Hamernik, R. P. , and Qiu, W. (2000). “Correlations among evoked potential thresholds, distortion product otoacoustic emissions and hair cell loss following various noise exposures in the chinchilla,” Hear. Res. 150, 245–257.
15.Hamernik, R. P. , and Qiu, W. (2001). “Energy-independent factors influencing noise-induced hearing loss in the chinchilla model,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 110, 3163–3168.
16.Hamernik, R. P. , Qiu, W. , and Davis, B. (2003a). “Cochlear toughening, protection, and potentiation of noise-induced trauma by non-Gaussian noise,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 113, 969–976.
17.Hamernik, R. P. , Qiu, W. , and Davis, B. (2003b). “The effects of the amplitude distribution of equal energy exposures on noise-induced hearing loss: The kurtosis metric,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 114, 386–395.
18.Hunt, W. J. , Hamernik, R. P. , and Henderson, D. (1976). “The effects of impulse level on the interaction between impulse and continuous noise,” Trans.-Am. Acad. Opthalmol. Otolayngol., Sec. Ophthalmol. 82, 305–308.
19.ISO-1999 (1990). Acoustics—Determination of Occupational Noise Exposure and Estimation of Noise-Induced Hearing Impairment, 2nd ed. (International Standards Organization, Geneva, Switzerland).
20.Kim, J. , Welcome, D. E. , Dong, R. G. , Joon Song, W. , and Hayden, C. (2007). “Time–frequency characterization of hand-transmitted, impulsive vibrations using analytic wavelet transform,” J. Sound Vib. 308, 98–111.
21.Kulkarni, P. , Zhu, X. , Kim, J. , and Hayden, C. (2004). “Time-frequency analysis of high-intensity, fast transient noise from power tools by analytic wavelet transform,” NoiseCon 2004, Baltimore, MD.
22.Lei, S. F. , Ahroon, W. A. , and Hamernik, R. P. (1994). “The application of frequency and time domain kurtosis to the assessment of hazardous noise exposures,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 96, 1435–1444.
23.Lei, S. F. , and Hamernik, R. P. (1995). “Wavelet transform and frequency domain kurtosis: Application to assessment of hearing hazard from noise exposure,” 1995 IEEE ASSP Workshop on Applications of Signal Processing to Audio and Acoustics, 15–18 October, pp. 19–21.
24.Mallat, S. (1999). A Wavelet Tour of Signal Processing, 2nd ed. (Academic, New York).
25.Martin, A. M. (1976). “The equal energy concept applied to impulse noise,” The Effects of Noise on Man, edited by D. Henderson, R. P. Hamernik, D. S. Dosanjh, and J. H. Mills (Raven, New York).
26.NATO (1987). “The effects of impulse noise,” Document AC/243/(PANEL8/RSG.6)D/9, Research Study Group RSG6/PANEL8, North Atlantic Treaty Organisation, Brussels.
27.Nilsson, R. , Dunn, D. E. , Erlandsson, B. , Brenner, J. , Hakanson, H. , and Ivarson, A. (1983). “Conclusions from animal experiments on the effects of steady-state and impulse noise,” Noise as a Public Health Problem: Proceedings of the Fourth International Congress, Milano, Italy.
28.NIOSH (1998). “Criteria for a recommended standard—Occupational noise exposure,” DHHS (NIOSH) Publication No. 98-126, U.S. Department of Health and Human Service, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Cincinnati, OH.
30.Prince, M. M. , Stayner, L. T. , Smith, R. J. , and Gilbert, S. J. (1998). “Response to “Comments on `A re-examination of risk estimates from the NIOSH Occupational Noise and Hearing Survey' ” [J. Acoust. Soc. Am.103, 2734 (1998)],”
30.Prince, M. M. , Stayner, L. T. , Smith, R. J. , and Gilbert, S. J. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 103, 2736–2739.
31.Qiu, W. , Hamernik, R. P. , and Davis, B. (2006). “The kurtosis metric as an adjunct to energy in the prediction of trauma from continuous, non-Gaussian noise exposure,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 120, 3901–3906.
32.Roberto, M. , Hamernik, R. P. , Salvi, R. J. , Henderson, D. , and Milone, R. (1985). “Impact noise and the equal energy hypothesis,” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 77, 1514–1520.
34.Starck, J. , Toppila, E. , and Pyykko, I. (2003). “Impulse noise and risk criteria,” Noise Health 5, 63–73.
35.Thiery, L. , and Meyer-Bisch, C. (1988). “Hearing loss due to partially impulsive industrial noise exposure at level between 87 and 90 dB(A),” J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 84, 651–659.
36.Voigt, P. , Godenhielm, B. , and Ostlund, E. (1980). “Impulse noise-measurement and assessment of the risk of noise induced hearing loss,” Scand. Audiol. Suppl. 12, 319–325.
37.Zhu, X. , Kim, J. H. (2005). “Application of the Analytic Wavelet Transformation for Time-Frequency Analysis of Impulsive Sound Signals,” in SAE 2005 Noise and Vibration Conference (SAE International, Grand Traverse, MI, USA).
Article metrics loading...
Full text loading...
Most read this month