Sound transmission

sound transmission

[′sau̇nd tranz‚mish·ən]
(acoustics)
Passage of a sound wave through a medium or series of media.

Sound transmission

Sound passing from one room to another, normally through an air return plenum, or through a material, construction or other medium.

sound transmission

The passage of sound from one point to another, e.g., from one room in a building to another, or from the street into a room in the building.
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Heavy curtains help blunt sound transmission between your home and the street, and sofas and armchairs drink up the decibels, while denser materials such as laminate and stone send them ricocheting around the room.
With clear digital sound transmission (amplification up to 125dB), the eadphones have balance control left/right and are very comfortable to wear.
The expansion includes a curved-steel structure and an acoustically isolating concrete slab set on floor jacks that reduce vibration and sound transmission to classrooms below.
A certain amount of sound transmission between units is simply a fact of life in a multiunit building.
This eco-friendly insulation has higher-than--average --about 30 percent higher acoustic ratings compared to other materials, decreasing sound transmission and increasing sound absorption qualities, while also providing a high rate of thermal performance, between R-13 and R-30.
E90-09, Standard test method for laboratory measurement of airborn sound transmission loss of building partitions and elements.
Sound isolators are resilient devices that prevent sound transmission not only through the structural steel or concrete, but also plumbing and air handling systems.
One possible explanation is that sound transmission was affected because of an increased mass and stiffness of the cartilage graft, especially at high frequency.
The architecturally crafted doors can be manufactured to custom thicknesses and come with sound transmission class and fire rating features.
The sound transmission loss measurement (STL) of the HMSPP foam with different ultrasonic power was shown in Fig.
The latest high-profile entry into the Twin Cities hotel market gets high marks for its "sound transmission class" a geeky engineering term for measuring how well a building keeps airborne noise to a minimum.<br />That was a big deal for the $91 million Graves Hotel because it has a very noisy neighbor the Minneapolis-St.