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ASTM International - ASTM E1110-06

Standard Classification for Determination of Articulation Class

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 1 September 2006
Status: inactive
Page Count: 2
ICS Code (Acoustic measurements and noise abatement in general): 17.140.01
significance And Use:

Each weighting factor given in Table 1 represents the fraction of overall speech intelligence contained within the associated one-third octave frequency band.

The weighting factors in Table... View More

scope:

1.1 This classification provides a single figure rating that can be used for comparing building systems and subsystems for speech privacy purposes. The rating is designed to correlate with transmitted speech intelligence between office spaces.

1.2 Excluded from the scope of this classification are applications involving female speakers or children, languages other than English, and sound spectra other than speech. Thus excluded, for example, would be comparisons of building systems or subsystems for their effectiveness in reducing transmitted noise from machinery, industrial processes, bowling alleys, music rooms, places of entertainment, and the like. Published work by Pearsons, et al, may eventually permit the restriction on female speakers to be relaxed.

Document History

April 1, 2019
Standard Classification for Determination of Articulation Class
1.1 This classification provides a single figure rating that can be used for comparing building systems and subsystems for speech privacy purposes. The rating is designed to correlate with...
November 1, 2011
Standard Classification for Determination of Articulation Class
Each weighting factor given in Table 1 represents the fraction of overall speech intelligence contained within the associated one-third octave frequency band. The weighting factors in Table 1 are...
ASTM E1110-06
September 1, 2006
Standard Classification for Determination of Articulation Class
Each weighting factor given in Table 1 represents the fraction of overall speech intelligence contained within the associated one-third octave frequency band. The weighting factors in Table 1 are...
March 10, 2001
Standard Classification for Determination of Articulation Class
1.1 This classification provides a single figure rating that can be used for comparing building systems and subsystems for speech privacy purposes. The rating is designed to correlate with...
March 10, 2001
Standard Classification for Determination of Articulation Class
1.1 This classification provides a single figure rating that can be used for comparing building systems and subsystems for speech privacy purposes. The rating is designed to correlate with...
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