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Review by softpedia:
Easily calculate the level of decibels that can occur in different circumstances by simply writing down technical data, with the result delivered in real time
There’s not really a place on Earth where you can go and hear absolutely nothing. Be it simple static, interference, or the hustle and bustle of the big city, sound is everywhere. In this regard, specialized applications like Noise Calculator give you the possibility to obtain a numerical value that tells you how much sound is generated by specific conditions.
Simple interface makes it easy to use
The installation process takes a little while, and before you know it, the set of features is at your disposal. With a custom-made interface, and several tabs to cleverly delimit each section, accommodation becomes a walk in the park. If you still can’t get the hang of things, given you work with tons of numerical values, there’s always the help manual to turn to.
As mentioned above, there are several areas of expertise the application tries to cover. As such, you can determine the level of decibels for road traffic, train, industry, cumulative, and wind. Although pretty expressive, areas aren’t fitted with any visual support, so you need to get your head around several sets of numerical values.
Multiple areas and technical data
However, taking a bit of time to study what each value stands for greatly reduces effort. What’s more, results are provided in real time, and you only need to modify existing values so they meet your project requirements, or other technical needs.
Noise Calculator is not quite made for everyone, as input fields are pretty specialized and require you to set values for height, speed, angle of sight, operational time, day factors, and many more. Don’t consider leaving default values provides an accurate result, as each small detail has a saying in the final value provided.
On an ending note
Taking everything into consideration, we can say that Noise Calculator is a powerful calculator that’s not your average way of determining the level of sound in a particular area, but rather helping out in construction, and other areas of expertise in which sound can be the determining factor of success, or even project approval.