Guide for flanking sound transmission in wood framed construction: Issues for impact noise
Keywords:Acoustic noise, Energy transfer, Parameter estimation, Structural frames, Path transmission, Sound transmission, Wood framed construction
AbstractThis paper provides a terse overview of how experimental characterization of the direct and flanking sound transmission paths in wood-framed construction leads to a manageable set of path transmission terms to represent the effect of specific design tradeoffs. By combining the energy transmitted via all paths, estimates of the Apparent-IIC for typical constructions can be derived. Results are presented in a design g uide for many common constructions.
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