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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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"Measures to tackle this problem have included earplugs, noise warning systems, acoustic treatment panels, educational initiatives, and noise reduction protocols, which have provided some benefit," said Andreas.
The introduction of new generation nacelle system with technological progress in metal alloy, and acoustic treatment fields to provide more aerodynamic, quieter, lighter, and high performance aircraft nacelle.
"The next adventure, Hinterlands, is a continuation of the Constellations ethos and a major contributor to the ever-growing popularity of the Cains Brewery site." The Constellations team is hoping to raiise PS60,000 from crowdfunding to equip the venue with air conditioning, heating, acoustic treatment and more.
Application of acoustic treatment in an existing building is much more difficult than acoustic solutions at the design stage.
The agreement will give UAE-based recording studios, practice rooms, broadcasting studios, cinemas, theatres, concert halls, gyms, restaurants, schools, places of worship and home cinemas access to acoustic treatment, design and construction facilities.
The ballads worked best, but even the rock numbers were given a new edge with the acoustic treatment. You could forgive him for getting Newcastle and Gateshead confused (yes, The Sage is in Gateshead), as this was sheer entertainment from beginning to end.
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.
Sharaf DG+ encompasses a cinema room, with a focus on sound-proofing and acoustic treatment floors.
When it was the turn of the seminal A Design For Life it was given the acoustic treatment and every voice in the building joined in, seemingly attempting to force the roof off Cardiff University.
Acoustic treatment here involved a ceiling treatment with 6,602 sq.

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