A Noise Enclosure for a Residential, Central Air-Conditioning Unit
AbstractAir conditioners are the most complained of noise source in Ontario and one of the most complained-of in the rest of Canada and the U.S. This paper reports on the construction of a lowcost demonstration noise enclosure on a central air-conditioning condenser unit, the first step in a program intended to result in a do-it-yourself brochure for home handymen and others.
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