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ALL ABOUT ACOUSTIC IN ARCHITECTURE

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INTRODUCTION OF ACOUSTICS

Acoustics is derived from a greek word akouo, which means to hear. Acoustics design is an essential in architecture these days...

ACOUSTIC INSULATION METHODS

Soundproofing is one of the very basic problems in acoustic construction. Reducing the transmission of sound from one area to another ...

ACOUSTICS OF LARGE SPACES

Areas greater than 300 m³ - Large studios, Rehearsal rooms, Worship spaces, Recital and concert halls, Theatres...

ACOUSTICS OF STUDIOS

The studio is structurally isolated by “floating” studio walls, preventing structural noise entering the studio...

ACOUSTICS IN LANDSCAPE

The science of sound control in the landscape involves much more than the simple quantification of data. The quality of sound may be as...

ACOUSTIC MATERIAL ANALYSIS

Most of the common building materials absorb sound to a small extent and hence, for better acoustical requirement, some other materials...

ACOUSTICS AND LIGHTING IN MULTIPLEXES

Diagram showing typical raking arrangement of seats for better vision. The furnishings and the audience contribute to a great extent...

ACOUSTICS IN AUDITORIUMS

Auditoria : the term auditorium is used as a blanket description of space where people gather. It is a space for hearing, seeing, feeling...

SOUND ISOLATION

Only two things stop sound - mass and space. we need mass to contain the airborne sound, but then we also need space so that the structure...

ACOUSTICS IN CINEMAS

Going to the movies is a magical experience the whole of humanity shares. The history of movies began with the silent era, and thus sound ...

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