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NZS/ISO 2631.2:1989

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Evaluation of human exposure to whole-body vibration - Continuous and shock-induced vibration in buildings (1 to 80 Hz)

Considers the effects of continuous and intermittent vibration of buildings on human beings. Information on transient (impulsive) vibration is presented in annexes A and B. Gives general guidance on human response to building vibrations. Includes weighting curves of frequency response for equal annoyance of humans and measurement methods to be used. Considers time of day and the kind of use to which the occupied space in the building is put.

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