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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 152: Evaluating Methods for Determining Interior Noise Levels Used in Airport Sound Insulation Programs provides guidance for selecting and implementing methods for measuring noise level reduction in dwellings associated with airport noise insulation programs. The report complements the results of ACRP Report 89: Guidelines for Airport Sound Insulation Programs.

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