The transmission of sound through walls, windows, and panels: a one dimensional teaching model
Keywords:acoustic wave absorption, architectural acoustics, transmission of sound, walls, windows, panels, one dimensional teaching model, velocities, sound pressure level ratios
AbstractA one dimensional mathematical teaching model which incorporates many of the sound transmission characteristics found in real panels, has been developed. The model enables the ready formulation of panel velocities and sound pressure level ratios for simple and multiple panel systems. The analysis is ideally suited for microcomputer application.
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