Noise immission

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The term sound immission ( Latin: immittere , to send in, to send in) describes the effect of sound on a location. The local physical effect of the noise is the sound pressure present at that location . The sound immission depends on the sound emission and the sound propagation .

The sound immission level is used to quantitatively describe the noise immission in the context of noise protection .

Among other things, the 16th, 18th and 32nd Federal Immission Control Ordinance to the Federal Immission Control Act stipulate limit values ​​for the sound immission from different sound sources.

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