Development of a social survey questionnaire of reactions to vibration in residential buildings

@inproceedings{Howarth2008DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a social survey questionnaire of reactions to vibration in residential buildings},
  author={H P Howarth and Michael J. Griffin},
  year={2008}
}
A social survey questionnaire has been developed to determine human responses to vibration in residential environments. The overall aim was to produce a robust methodology for obtaining responses that could be combined with vibration measurements so as to investigate dose‐response relationships for vibration in residential buildings. The vibration considered included that from sources outside the control of residents (e.g., road, rail, industrial, construction). This paper describes the… CONTINUE READING

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