Architectural and Building Acoustics for Architects and Engineers

Author(s): Eddy Gerretsen

design & construction | CRC Press

This text, comprising of six chapters, deals with the basics, and practical prediction models for the design of building and functional spaces for acoustics. The book is primarily addressed to practicing architects, civil engineers and undergraduate students of architecture and engineering. Skill and proficiency are achieved by working through examples of the consultancy and research work. To this end, the text includes examples drawn from a wide range of practical acoustical problems.

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INTRODUCTION Sound reduction in buildings Protection against noise for health and comfort Regulations, standards and requirements AIRBORNE SOUND TRANSMISSION BETWEEN ROOMS Introduction Performance requirements Design and prediction methods Measurement methods Remedial measures IMPACT SOUND TRANSMISSION BETWEEN ROOMS Introduction Performance requirements Design and prediction methods Measurement methods Remedial measures SOUND TRANSMISSION FROM OUTDOORS Introduction Performance requirements Design and prediction methods Measurement methods Remedial measures SOUND LEVELS DUE TO SERVICE EQUIPMENT Introduction Performance requirements Design and prediction methods Measurement methods Remedial measures REVERBERAT SOUND IN ENCLOSED SPACES Introduction Performance requirements Design and prediction methods Measurement methods Remedial measures REFERENCES ANNEXES

General Fields

  • : 9781482254266
  • : Apple Academic Press Inc.
  • : Apple Academic Press Inc.
  • : January 2017
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Eddy Gerretsen
  • : Hardback
  • : 280