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Noise and Vibration Pollution Reduction to a Mineral Aggregates Station through Rim Optimization in Order to Align at EU Legislation

Abstract : The paper analyzes the impact of vibration pollution on the whole human body produced by sorting and washing stations of mineral aggregates, located near inhabited areas, in accordance with national legislation. The imposed limits are given as correlations between the frequency of vibration with the vibration intensity, measured in vibrars. In the same time, in the EU legislation the imposed limits are given by the daily exposure limit value (acceleration of vibration movement) standardized to an eight-hour reference, measured in m/s2. The authors present some geometrical measures to diminish vibration pollution that has to be taken, in order to align at European legislation. Results are presented in both ways: as maximum vibration intensity and maximum vibration acceleration. Measurements were performed at normal operating capacity of the analyzed plant, based on: direct observations in the field, the existing documentation and information supplied by the business owner.
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Valentin Zichil, Adrian Judele, Aurelian Albut, Alexandre Sava, Petre Lozovanu. Noise and Vibration Pollution Reduction to a Mineral Aggregates Station through Rim Optimization in Order to Align at EU Legislation. Applied Mechanics and Materials, Trans Tech Publications, 2014, 657, ⟨10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.657.941⟩. ⟨hal-01388044⟩

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