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EEMUA PUB NO 161

Silencers and acoustic enclosures A Guide to selection and assessment

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Organization: EEMUA
Publication Date: 1 November 2014
Status: active
Page Count: 62
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This EEMUA Publication is intended as a guide to the selection of silencers and enclosures which are appropriate for use with various noise sources. It is aimed at the practising engineer with a limited knowledge of acoustics to assist in the specification of the most suitable silencer for a particular purpose and to assess its operation when it is installed. In addition it should assist in reviewing different proposals submitted by vendors. However, the experienced acoustic engineer may also find it useful as an aide-memoire.

The Guide places considerable emphasis on the mechanical aspects of silencers which have to be considered for various applications so that due consideration can be given to engineering design, operational aspects, safety, and cost. It does not include detailed specification of test methods and reference will need to be made to the appropriate standards for full test method details.

Document History

EEMUA PUB NO 161
November 1, 2014
Silencers and acoustic enclosures A Guide to selection and assessment
This EEMUA Publication is intended as a guide to the selection of silencers and enclosures which are appropriate for use with various noise sources. It is aimed at the practising engineer with a...
January 1, 1988
Guide to the Selection and Assessment of Silencers and Acoustic Enclosers
This document is intended as a guide to the selection of silencers which are appropriate for use with various noise sources. It is aimed at the practising engineer with a limited knowledge of...

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