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Title: Prediction And Abatement Of Control Valve Noise
Author: Larry Allen
Source: 1970 Southwestern Gas Measurement Short Course (Now called ISHM)
Year Published: 1970
Abstract: An increasing awareness of the physical and mental stresses that the human body is subjected to as a result of exposure to excessive noise levels has prompted man to demand that more effort be expended in noise control. Demands have come in the form of: compensation granted workmen for loss of hearing, labor grievances, and a rash of anti-noise legislation by local, state and federal governments. These demands have provided the impetus for the acute interest prevalent throughout the gas industry concerning the abatement of noise. The objective of this presentation is to present general information that will facilitate the comprehension and solution of acoustical problems inherent to gas meter and regulation stations.