2 edition of Structureborne sound in buildings found in the catalog.
Structureborne sound in buildings
Eric E Ungar
by The Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Eric E. Ungar ; sponsored by Bolt Beranek and Newman, Inc. ; prepared for Center for Building Technology, National Engineering Laboratory, National Bureau of Standards, U.S. Department of Commerce|
|Series||NBS-GCR -- 80-248|
|Contributions||Center for Building Technology, Bolt, Beranek, and Newman, inc|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
For most HVAC systems, sound sources are associated with the building’s mechanical and electrical equipment. As shown in Figure 1, there are many possible paths for airborne and structureborne sound and vibration transmission between a sound source and receiver. Noise control involves (1) . Get free shipping on Noise Control in Buildings A Practical Guide for Architects and Engineers ISBN from TextbookRush at a great price and get free shipping on orders over $35!
buy bs en acoustic properties of building elements and of buildings - laboratory measurement of structure-borne sound from building service equipment for . Building Acoustics is a quarterly peer-reviewed journal concerned with acoustics in the built goal of the journal is to be the main publishing option for authors writing on building acoustics and related topics, as well as a forum to integrate the relevant research community of the field.
Ground vibration generated by roadway traffic, rail, and transit systems can be transmitted into buildings were it can either be perceived as feelable vibration or as sound radiated from the interior building surfaces, i.e., floors, walls, and ceilings. The amount of vibration that is transmitted into a building is affected by a reduction as the vibration is transmitted from the ground to the Author: James E. Phillips. This short communication suggests a method predicting in situ sound levels generated by structure-borne sound sources in buildings from input quantities defined in the newly revised measurement standards EN (Laboratory measurement of service equipment) and EN ISO to -4 (Laboratory and field measurement of flanking transmissions), which lead to using either the prediction method.
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Get this from a library. Structureborne sound in buildings: needed practical research in light of the current state of the art.
[Eric E Ungar; Center for Building Technology.; Bolt, Beranek, and Newman, inc.]. Reducing Impact and Structure-Borne Sound in Buildings (IP) [Matthew Ling] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Structure borne noise or structure borne sound is defined as noise that occurs from the impact of an object hitting a surface, like heavy footsteps falling against a floor.
The impact causes both sides of the inflicted surface to vibrate and generate sound waves. Structure-borne sound has major importance with respect to solving noise control problems: the air-borne sound into (or from) the above mentioned solid structures is caused by motion of the structure surface.
In many cases it is the structure-borne sound that is responsible for Cited by: 1. Structure-Borne Sound" is a thorough introduction to structural vibrations with emphasis on audio frequencies and the associated radiation of sound.
The book presents in-depth discussions of fundamental principles and basic problems, in order to enable the /5(2). structureborne sound, even though in this frequency region people usually can feel the structural vibrations more readily than they can hear the associated airborne sound.
Structureborne sound clearly plays a major role in deter-mining the noise and vibration environments in buildings. Of the exterior noise that reaches the interior of a building.
of noise & vibration. The book is relatively easily to follow. It is full of very useful and practical information. It is highly recommended as a reference for graduate students and practicing engineers. Structure-Borne Sound: Structural Vibrations and Sound Radiation at Audio Frequencies Sound and.
Structure-borne sound in buildings above railways where the measurements were carried out, is shown in Fig. The load- bearing walls and the floors aremade from concrete with thicknesses of and ram, respectively. Sound pressure levels were measured in a suite of rooms situated above each other, from the 5th to the 15th by: 3.
Structure-Borne Sound: Structural Vibrations and Sound Radiation at Audio Frequencies, Edition 3 - Ebook written by L. Cremer, M. Heckl, Björn A.T. Petersson. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Structure-Borne Sound: Structural Vibrations and Sound Radiation at Audio 1/5(1).
Mechanical and Electrical Equipment for Buildings, Twelfth Edition is the industry standard reference that comprehensively covers all aspects of building systems. With over 2, drawings and photographs, the book discusses basic theory, preliminary building design guidelines, and detailed design procedure for buildings of all sizes.
Optimized mounting positions for isolated vibratory machines in buildings require a minimum transmission of structure-borne sound power from the machine to the floor structure and relative. This three-volume book of proceedings includes the written versions of the papers presented at the Second International Congress on Recent Developments in Air- and Structure-Borne Sound and Vibration held at Auburn University, MarchTopics covered in the Proceedings include Sound Intensity, Structural Intensity, Modal Analysis, and Synthesis, Statistical Energy Analysis and Energy Cited by: This paper describes methods for reducing impact and structure-borne sound in buildings using both remedial treatments and design features; it replaces IP9/ The advice will be mainly of use to architects, builders, and others concerned with designing new buildings or.
Lightweight Partition Design Concerns for Residential and Commercial Buildings in North America America to control airborne and structureborne sound transmission through walls and floor. Sound waves can travel through any media, which includes air, water, wood, masonry or metal.
The type of media through which sound travels determines whether the sound is either airborne or structureborne. Airborne sound is directly transmitted from a source into the. Vibro-Acoustic Design Optimization Study to Improve the Sound Pressure Level Inside the Passenger Cabin J. Vib.
Acoust (December, ) Adaptive Control of a Piezoelectric Valve for Fluid-Borne Noise Reduction in a Hydraulic Buck ConverterCited by: This acoustics handbook for mechanical and architectural applications is a translation of the German standard work on the subject.
It not only describes the state of art of engineering acoustics but also gives practical help to engineers for solving acoustic problems. It deals with the origin, the transmission and the methods of abatement of air-borne and structure-borne sound of different. What is structure-borne sound.
Sound itself is created by pulses that are transferred through a medium to a detection device or to the human ear. In buildings. Handbook of Acoustical Measurements and Noise Control, Third Edition Cyril M.
Harris, Editor Originally published in ; Reprinted in Structureborne Sound Isolation Isivan L. Ver, Ph.D., Principal Consultant, Bolt Beranek and Newman, Inc., Cambridge, MA The Handbook met this need and was also the first book on noise. Structure-borne sound has major importance with respect to solving noise control problems: the air-borne sound into (or from) the aforementioned solid structures is caused by motion in the structure’s surface.
In many cases it is the structure-borne sound that is responsible for the resulting sound in air (or sound in liquids).Cited by: 1. Applied A coustics 29 () Analysis of the Structure-Borne Sound in an Existing Building by the SEA Method Hiroto Furukawafl* Kyoji Fujiwara) Yoichi Ando~ & Zyun-iti Maekawaa~ aFaculty of Engineering, Kobe University Rokkodai, Nada, KobeJapan b Kyushu Institute of Design, Shiohara, M inami, FukuokaJapan (Received 19 May revised version received 11 December Cited by: 5.Prediction of structure-born sound and secondary airborne sound by three dimensional finite element models 1, F.
Koopmans2 1 Peutz Consult GmbH, Düsseldorf, Germany, Email: [email protected] 2 Peutz b.v., AC Molenhoek, The Netherlands, Email: [email protected] Introduction Nowadays sensitive utilisations as residential, cultural or. Structure-Borne Sound Characterization of Coupled Structures—Part I: Simple Demonstrator Model Towards a Practical Characterization for Structureborne Sound Sources Based on Mobility Techniques,” J.
Sound Vib. A Practical Characterization for Vibro-Acoustic Sources in Cited by: 9.