On transmission of structure borne power from wood studs to gypsum board mounted on resilient metal channels. Part 1: Force and moment transmission

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Proceedings titleCanadian Acoustics
ConferenceCanadian Acoustical Association Conference: 06 October 2004, Ottawa, Ontario
IssueSeptember 3
Pages164165; # of pages: 2
Subjectresilient channels, modelling, sound transmission, walls, floors, flanking; Flanking
AbstractA systematic study [1], recently conducted at the NRC has verified most of the fundamental assumptions made when using the mobility approach for direct attached gypsum board. These assumptions need to be verified for the more complex and practical situation of gypsum board mounted on resilient channels (RC's). This paper, the first of two, examines assumptions relating topower flow as a function of position and number of fasteners between the gypsum board and RC's. Also considered is if the power transmitted by a rotational component of the stud is negligible compared the translational component. The second paper [2] examines further assumptions and gives estimates of the change in radiation efficiency and acoustic power due to adding RC's.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
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NRC number47295
NPARC number20377987
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