These have a recorded Community Noise Equivalent Level (CNEL) of 65 decibels or higher.
What does CNEL stand for?
CNEL stands for Community Noise Equivalent Level
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- Commander Naval Engineering Forces Korea (US Navy)
- Certified NetWare Engineer of Feng Shui (humor, James E. Gaskin)
- Organização Consciência Negra do Maranhão (Portuguese: Organization of Black Consciousness Maranhão; Maranhão, Brazil)
- Centre National de l'Équipement Hospitalier
- Council for Northeast Historical Archaeology
- Center on Native Elder Health Disparities (University of Colorado, Denver)
- Constant Never Ending Improvement
- China Nuclear Energy Industry Corporation (Beijing, China)
- Centre National d'études et d'Initiatives en Faveur du Logement (French: National Center for Housing Initiatives and Studies)
- Consortium for the National Equal Justice Library (District of Columbia; est. 1990)
- Community Noise Exposure Level
- Computational Neuroengineering Laboratory
- Consiglio Nazionale dell'Economia e del Lavoro (Italian: National Council for Economics and Labor; Rome, Italy)
- College of North East London (UK)
- Carbonyl Nickel Extractive Metallurgy (materials)
- Closed Network Electronic Messaging
- Consejo Nacional de Educación Maya (Spanish)
- Centro Nacional de Exposições e Mercados Agrícolas (Portugese: agricultural organization)
- Commission Nationale pour l'Elimination des Mines Anti-Personnel (French: National Commission for the Elimination of Anti-Personnel Mines)
- China National Environmental Monitoring Center
Samples in periodicals archive:
In fall 1999, four homeowners participated in a pilot sound insulation program to evaluate the effectiveness of the insulation with the goal to bring the homes into compliance with the state law's requirement for interior noise levels of 45 decibels Community Noise Equivalent Level (CNEL) or less.
An estimated 1,050 dwelling units located in areas with a recorded Community Noise Equivalent Level of 65 decibels or higher are eligible for the program.
The program includes 8,900 eligible residences in the Los Angeles communities of Westchester and Playa del Rey with a recovered Community Noise Equivalent Level (CNEL) of 65 decibels or higher.