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.
Subjects: Architectural Acoustics