EVALUATION OF ACOUSTIC RISKS IN AIRCRAFT USING THE RISK MATRIX

Abstract

Noise is one of the elementary and the most annoyance harmful civilizing factor in the present time. Possibilities of reduction noise load and protection against it are problematic. Air transport is currently involved to noise exposure significantly and effects on health are not only on flying personnel, passengers but also on people living around airports. Noise as the spreading of acoustic energy has also a negative non-auditory impact, particularly on neuropsychic and cardiovascular system and on sense-motoric functions, disturbance the performance and efficiency of human activities, increasing the number of accidents. The aim of the article is to assess the effects of non-auditory noise, based on the proposed method - the matrix of acoustic risks, for flying personnel.

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