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Acoustics and Noise Control





ISBN 9780273724681
Published June 9, 2011 by Routledge
400 Pages

 
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Book Description

Acoustics and Noise Control provides a detailed and comprehensive introduction to the principles and practice of acoustics and noise control. Since the last edition was published in 1996 there have been many changes and additions to standards, laws and regulations, codes of practice relating to noise, and in noise measurement techniques and noise control technology so this new edition has been fully revised and updated throughout.

The book assumes no previous knowledge of the subject and requires only a basic knowledge of mathematics and physics. There are worked examples in the text to aid understanding and a range of experiments help students use complicated apparatus.

Thoroughly revised to cover the latest changes in standards, codes of practice and legislation, this new edition covers much of the Institute of Acoustics Diploma syllabus and has an increased emphasis on the legal issues relating to noise control.

 

Table of Contents

Preface  Acknowledgements  Terminology and notation  1. The nature and behavior of sound  2. sound propagation outdoors  3. Human Response to noise  4. Environmental noise  5. Room acoustics  6. Sound Insulation  7. Vibration  8. Measurement and Instrumentation  9. Noise control  10. The law relating to noise  Appendices:  1. Glossary of acoustical terms  2. List of formulae  3. Experiments and Investigations  4. Some electrical principles  Bibliography 
Index

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Biography

R J Peters is Principal Acoustics Consultant at Applied Acoustics Design, a Visiting Research Fellow at London, South Bank University and a freelance lecturer in acoustics and noise control. He was formerly Head of School of Environmental Engineering at NESCOT (North East Surrey College of Technology).

B J Smith is an educational consultant and was formerly Head of School of Building at Ulster Polytechnic.

Margaret Hollins is Deputy Head of the Urban, Environment and Leisure Studies Department at London South Bank University.