Acoustics And Architecture
by Paul E. Sabine
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1932
Number of pages: 358
Contents: Nature and properties of sound; Sustained sound in an inclosure; Reverberation theoretical; Reverberation experimental; Measurement of absorption coefficients; Sound absorption coefficients of materials; Reverberation and the acoustics of rooms; Acoustics in auditorium design; Measurement and control of noise in buildings; Theory and measurement of sound transmission; Transmission of sound by walls; Machine isolation.
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