Architectural Acoustics Calculations

Acoustic Cavity
The acoustics of enclosed volumes are important when considering sound propagation within the volume.
A Weighting
This is the most generally used filter when making overall noise measurements.
Cavity Acoustics
The acoustics associated with enclosed volumes.
The human ear responds logarithmically and it is convenient to deal in logarithmic units in audio systems.
Room Modes
Frequencies at which sound waves in a room resonate (in the form of standing waves), based on the room dimensions.
Sound Transmission Class
In acoustics, a single number rating for describing sound transmission loss of a wall or partition.

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Subjects: Architectural Acoustics