airborne sound


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airborne sound

Sound that reaches a point in a building by propagation from the source through air.
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In the case of the cartilage AC pathway, airborne sounds from the fibrotic tissue have to vibrate the ossicles without the tympanic membrane.
In the studied low frequency range, the greatest impact on the diffraction of airborne sound waves in the noise attenuation area was made by the "J120" type barrier.
It attenuates airborne sounds between the receiver's and sender's rooms by a minimum of 60 dB and a maximum of 100 dB over the audio spectrum (50 Hz to 8000 Hz).
The measuring method of airborne sound suppression by partitions under laboratory conditions is presented according to LST EN ISO 140-3.
National Gypsum today introduced Gold Bond[R] BRAND SoundBreak[TM] Gypsum Board, a cost-effective, acoustically enhanced panel that answers the growing demand to reduce the transmission of airborne sound between living spaces within buildings such as apartments, condominiums, townhouses, schools, hospitals and home theaters.
The assignment means that as a consultant for the Swedish Maritime Administration bill making all the necessary visions of buildings and chattels, vibration measurement, noise measurement of airborne sound and structure-borne noise and tradeoffs of land and buildings associated with the construction of the Lake MEnlaren project in accordance with applicable codes and standards.
ButtKicker brand products are award-winning pro audio "silent subwoofers" that provide powerful, musically-accurate low frequency effects, without airborne sound.
In addition to superior energy efficiency, overhead Spider provides high Sound Transmission Class (STC) values, increasing a floor's ability to block airborne sound for excellent sound control in interior floors.
MIL-STD-810G: Environmental Engineering Considerations and Laboratory Tests MIL-STD-740-1: Airborne Sound Measurements and Acceptance Criteria of Shipboard Equipment MIL-S-901D: Shock Test, High-Impact Shipboard Machinery, Equipment, and Systems, Requirements for MIL-STD-167-1A: Mechanical Vibrations of Shipboard Equipment

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