acoustic treatment

acoustic treatment

[ə′küs·tik ′trēt·mənt]
(building construction)
The use of sound-absorbing materials to give a room a desired degree of freedom from echo and reverberation.
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About Material Sciences Corporation Material Sciences Corporation (MSC) is a leading global provider of material-based solutions for lightweighting, acoustic treatment, coating applications, metal processing, laminated products and supply chain management.
The ground test unit will feature an advanced, short fan duct integrated thrust reverser with lower drag and improved acoustic treatment for community noise reduction.
They offer specialised acoustic treatment, advanced lighting and rigging requirements to act as a multi-purpose space for larger plenary sessions, concerts or performances seating up to 10,000 in theatre style.
Epilight New Skin Clinic on Rodney Street has over 20 years' experience specialising in medical aesthetic solutions for optimum skin health, including wrinkle injections, meso-therapy, multiple and numerous types of laser treatments, intense pulsed light treatments, radio frequency treatments, ultra sound treatment, acoustic treatment and Ice-shock-lipolysis or cryolipo.
As with the A380, Aircelle will apply its expertise in the use of composite materials, acoustic treatment and system architecture for the A330neo nacelles.
The ballads worked best, but even the rock numbers were given a new edge with the acoustic treatment.
The project, allied to CFM International's Leap-X bid to replace the popular CFM56 engines family, incorporates all-composite laminar-flow air inlet, special acoustic treatment on interior surfaces, and components produced through thermoplastic forming.
SAI is specialised in the acoustic treatment of power generation and cogeneration units, gas turbines and engines.
This zone, aimed at the affluent movie buff, was built with careful planning and detailing using state-of-the-art sound proofing, acoustic treatment and floating floors.
There can be implemented silencing and acoustic modification to achieve reduction in noise, such as separation of the noise source by enclosure of the block machine, use of acoustic screens, acoustic treatment of the building, rotation of employees from task to task, and so on.
Sharaf DG+ encompasses a cinema room, with a focus on sound-proofing and acoustic treatment floors.

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