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ANSI/ASA S12.51/ISO 3741

2012 Edition, February 23, 2012

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AMERICAN NATIONAL STANDARD Acoustics – Determination of sound power levels and sound energy levels of noise sources using sound pressure – Precision methods for reverberation test rooms (a Nationally Adopted International Standard)

Includes all amendments and changes through Reaffirmation Notice , March 2, 2017


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Product Details:

  • Revision: 2012 Edition, February 23, 2012
  • Published Date: March 2, 2017
  • Status: Active, Most Current
  • Document Language: English
  • Published By: Acoustical Society of America (ASA)
  • Page Count: 84
  • ANSI Approved: Yes
  • DoD Adopted: No

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This American National Standard specifies methods for determining the sound power level or sound energy level of a noise source from sound pressure levels measured in a reverberation test room. The sound power level (or, in the case of noise bursts or transient noise emission, the sound energy level) produced by the noise source, in frequency bands of width one-third-octave, is calculated using those measurements, including corrections to allow for any differences between the meteorological conditions at the time and place of the test and those corresponding to a reference characteristic impedance. Measurement and calculation procedures are given for both a direct method and a comparison method of determining the sound power level and the sound energy level.

In general, the frequency range of interest includes the one-third-octave bands with mid-band frequencies from 100 Hz to 10 000 Hz. Guidelines for the application of the specified methods over an extended frequency range in respect to lower frequencies are given in Annex E. This American National Standard is not applicable to frequency ranges above the 10 000 Hz one-third-octave band.

NOTE For higher frequencies, the methods specified in ISO 9295 can be used.