sound reduction factor

sound reduction factor

[′sau̇nd ri‚dək·shən ‚fak·tər]
(acoustics)
A measure of the reduction in the intensity of sound when it crosses an interface, equal to 10 times the common logarithm of the reciprocal of the sound transmission coefficient of the surface.
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1 Anti Skid, Oil Resistance,Alkali Resistance, 2 2 Mm Thick,Specifcation A Abrasion Resistance As Per Rdso Cg-12 B Insulation Resistance And Gt 10 Ohms As Per 152259 C Fire Resistance Rdso C-8515 Rev-Ii D Sound Reduction Factor Rdso Cg-12,2.00 Mm 3Db E Heat Aging And Exudation Is 3462/1986