PD CEN/TS 16272-5:2014
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PD CEN/TS 16272-5:2014

Railway applications. Track. Noise barriers and related devices acting on airborne sound propagation. Test method for determining the acoustic performance. Intrinsic characteristics. In situ values of sound reflection under direct sound field conditions

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PD CEN/TS 16272-5:2014

Railway applications. Track. Noise barriers and related devices acting on airborne sound propagation. Test method for determining the acoustic performance. Intrinsic characteristics. In situ values of sound reflection under direct sound field conditions

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PD CEN/TS 16272-5:2014

Railway applications. Track. Noise barriers and related devices acting on airborne sound propagation. Test method for determining the acoustic performance. Intrinsic characteristics. In situ values of sound reflection under direct sound field conditions

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Product details for PD CEN/TS 16272-5:2014
Category: CIVIL ENGINEERING

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Product detail: 44 pages

ISBN reference: 978 0 580 76214 7

Cross references to standards relating to PD CEN/TS 16272-5:2014:

Keywords: Railway vehicles, Acoustics, Noise (environmental), Acoustic measurement, Internal, Sound intensity, Railway equipment, Railways, Testing conditions, Test equipment, Wave physics Railway applications

Variations and abbreviations: PDCEN/TS16272-5:2014,PDCEN/TS16272,PD CEN/TS 16272
Standards in the PD CEN/TS 16272 series:  PD CEN/TS 16272-7:2015   PD CEN/TS 16272-5:2014  


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