By Michael Ermann

ISBN-10: 1118568494

ISBN-13: 9781118568491

Unite the technology of sound and the foundations of layout to augment any space

Architectural Acoustics Illustrated interprets the quantitative and qualitative content material of acoustics into the picture language of structure. This highly-visual consultant comprises over 350 illustrations that define the physics of sound and the simplest layout practices for restricting or mitigating noise in structures through the use of the most recent in fabrics and methods. each one bankruptcy encompasses a precis record of layout instructions to assist hinder error and oversights, and the Instructor's site deals video animations demonstrating acoustical recommendations. Designed as a "first glance" on the interplay of sound and house, the ebook explains the foundations of architectural acoustics and their sensible functions, supplying a finished advisor for designing with acoustics in mind.

Architectural acoustics is greater than simply live performance halls – it could actually be sure development placement, department of inside house, external development, or even siting. while addressed early within the layout technique, the ensuing house will be freed from undesirable sound and advertise sturdy listening to; if left unaddressed, the issues with the distance may end up in complaints and dear post-construction remediation. Architectural Acoustics Illustrated is helping designers clear up such a lot acoustical difficulties upfront, via permitting readers to:

  • Understand the actual technology underlying the habit of sound
  • Consider the interactions of sound and area within the preliminary layout approach
  • Mitigate development sounds resembling these produced by means of HVAC and plumbing with early layout planning
  • Design areas for listening, and contain acoustics most sensible practices into each plan

The hugely visible structure of the ebook is helping readers seize complicated innovations fast, and thorough dialogue of every concept's real-world program ties the technology at once into the layout approach. All layout pros have to have a basic realizing of acoustics, and Architectural Acoustics Illustrated is a accomplished, useful advisor in an easy-to-read layout.

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John Wiley & Sons. Hoboken, NJ, pp. 1–23. Egan, M. D. 2007. Architectural Acoustics. J. Ross Publishing. Plantation, FL, pp. 1–36. Long, M. 2006. Architectural Acoustics. Elsevier. Burlington, MA, pp. 37–71. Mehta, M. et al. 1998. Architectural Acoustics. Merrill Prentice Hall. Upper Saddle River, NJ, pp. 1–20. Tattoni, G. com. 23 Basic Theory Sound Level Data Source Outside Highway at 50 ft (15m) Highway at 200 ft (60m) Primary road at 50 ft (15m) Primary road at 200 ft (60m) Large cooling tower at 50 ft (15m) Small cooling tower at 50 ft (15m) Truck reverse beep Car starting Car alarm Basketball dribble Bus idling Loud car radio Car idling Ambient rain noise Ocean wave, water’s edge Inside Movie theater Slammed door Vacuum Beneath wood stairs Alarm clock buzzer Elementary school cafeteria Hair dryer Toilet flushing Television Acoustic guitar Cell phone ring Faucet Restaurant with music Normal conversation Door closed normally Oven exhaust fan Boiling water Dehumidifier Small heat pump Microwave Noisy refrigerator Office with computers Noisy diffuser Water pipes from adjacent wall dBA Absorption Coefficient (Hz) 63 125 250 500 1000 2000 4000 Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz Hz 78 66 64 51 63 61 94 92 90 87 81 74 69 63 54 78 70 67 63 69 68 82 90 55 90 83 73 81 72 62 78 69 63 57 62 65 78 81 51 91 83 77 81 63 60 75 62 60 48 56 56 77 80 70 82 80 73 67 58 54 73 59 57 42 54 55 76 86 79 79 73 73 62 56 51 75 63 61 47 55 57 94 87 78 82 78 69 61 56 49 69 60 58 45 57 53 66 86 82 81 73 66 57 56 45 62 52 50 38 58 52 63 86 87 77 67 52 53 57 42 103 90 84 83 81 81 81 81 76 74 74 73 69 68 66 64 58 57 54 52 51 48 47 42 125 98 63 84 43 62 80 49 58 62 48 46 71 47 70 43 50 53 60 38 56 55 54 51 113 87 72 91 39 61 76 65 70 75 55 50 69 53 66 43 54 55 59 47 49 52 50 50 100 86 70 83 63 68 71 86 74 79 54 50 66 54 64 55 58 56 55 55 57 51 47 44 95 86 79 78 81 75 75 81 70 71 52 56 66 36 59 63 52 56 49 51 49 45 43 39 90 86 76 74 74 79 77 70 69 67 70 57 66 66 60 61 52 52 47 46 40 42 42 33 92 83 80 75 74 75 74 66 72 62 67 68 60 56 58 51 52 49 47 39 34 37 40 32 89 75 76 73 66 68 75 62 64 54 69 69 52 52 60 46 49 44 41 30 30 30 35 29 Sound Absorption 26 Principles of Absorptive and Reflective Surfaces AV Content Online Architectural Acoustics Illustrated Sound Absorption 27 Absorption Coefficient We use the absorption coefficient (α), a number between zero and one, to describe the sound‐ absorbing quality of a surface and to quantify the proportion of incident sound energy that does not return to the room in the form of a reflection.

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40 to be considerable. 00. This is because of a quirk in the way surface samples are tested in laboratories. 00. Sound Absorption 29 Types of Sound Absorbers Absorbers come in porous, fibrous, membrane, panel, and resonant varieties, and in composite combinations of those varieties. Porous absorbers (and a subset of porous absorbers, fibrous absorbers)—collectively termed “fuzz”—include glass fiber, mineral fiber, fiberboard, acoustical ceiling tile, cotton, pressed wood shavings oriented to foster pores, cotton, velour, felt, and open‐ celled foams.

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