CCS GUIDELINES FOR CONTROL AND MEASUREMENT OF NOISES FOR SHIPS AND MARINE PRODUCTS
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The officially released CCS guidelines for conducting the measurement and control of noise on board ships. The intent of the guidebook is to provide effective methods of noise prediction and required measures of control for the vessels plus the methods of measuring noise on board, with the aim of verification of the measurements for their compliance with the requirements applicable to particular compartments of ships or other marine structures.
These guidelines apply to the vessels with the gross tonnage exceeding 1600 engaged in international passages. The content of the guide is arranged in four major parts. The first part provides the general introduction including technical provisions and verification of compliance. The second part is devoted to the control of noise and describes the noise control procedure, noise prediction and sources of noise as well as the measures to be undertaken to attenuate noise.
The third part is dealing with the noise measurement for marine products and addresses the airborne and structureborne noise, sound reduction and the approval requirements for the organizations conducting noise measurement. Finally, the fourth part covers the noise measurement on board ships and deals with the noise exposure limits and their correct determination, tools and calibration, institutes and personnel involved, and many other important aspects to consider.
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