Developing a guide for flanking sound transmission in wood framed construction

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Proceedings titleCanadian Acoustics
ConferenceProceedings of Acoustics Week in Canada, Canadian Acoustics: 11 October 2006, Halifax, N.S.
IssueSeptember 3
Pages8889; # of pages: 2
Subjectsound insulation, sound isolation, sound transmission, apparent transmission loss; Flanking
AbstractThis paper reports results from continuing studies of sound transmission between adjacent units in wood-framed multi-dwelling buildings. First, the paper presents some recent extensions of our multi-year experimental study, which has assessed how common construction details affect structure-borne (flanking) transmission between adjacent rooms, for a broad range of wall and floor constructions. Previous reports have focused on the wall and floor surfaces connected at the wall/floor junction - especially the floor surface, which is often the dominant problem. This paper includes a number of other paths that may collectively become significant when more obvious paths are controlled.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedYes
NRC number49210
NPARC number20377971
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