Noise Control of Buildings Seminar Abstract, Report

An Introduction to Noise Control of Buildings
Modern civil structures are designed after many complex calculations for their stability and long life. These structures need to pass several tests before the structure is finally approved. One such important design issue is acoustic design. Since the architecture and engineering design of the scheme gets evolve out, the design must be reviewed according to the standard acoustic requirements. Noise control of buildings is a comprehensive set of strategy to decrease noise pollution. It is also important to reduce the impact of the noise generated in indoors or outdoors. The most important segment of noise improvement is transportation noise control. Proper design considerations must be accounted for the construction plan.

Usually acoustics are characteristically not a specific conduct and building code requirement. The civil engineers and building planners must build up an objective for acoustic standards. The acoustic design concern for construction structures involve the major design issues like spot noise concern, which includes the suitable control of noise transfer to other nearby structures and place particularly if they are residing. The different noise control techniques ensure proper acoustic balance in the building. The designers must use high quality materials which diminish acoustic effects coming from any audio or visual electronic device.


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