Architectural Acoustics, 2nd Edition

 
Architectural Acoustics, 2nd Edition,Marshall Long,ISBN9780123982582
 
 
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Key Features

  • Considered the most complete resource in the field - includes basic fundamental relations, derived from first principles, and examples needed to solve real engineering problems.
  • Provides a well-organized text for students first approaching the subject as well as a reliable reference for experienced practitioners looking to refresh their technical knowledge base.
  • New content for developing professionals includes case studies and coverage of specific focus areas such as audio visual design, theaters, and concert halls.

Description

Architectural Acoustics, Second Edition presents a thorough technical overview of the discipline, from basic concepts to specific design advice. Beginning with a brief history, it reviews the fundamentals of acoustics, human perception and reaction to sound, acoustic noise measurements, noise metrics, and environmental noise characterization. In-depth treatment is given to the theoretical principles and practical applications of wave acoustics, sound transmission, vibration and vibration isolation, and noise transmission in floors and mechanical systems.

Chapters on specific design problems demonstrate how to apply the theory, including treatment of multifamily dwellings, office buildings, rooms for speech, rooms for music, multipurpose rooms, auditoriums, sanctuaries, studios, listening rooms, and the design of sound reinforcement systems. Detailed figures illustrate the practical applications of acoustic principles, showing how to implement design ideas in actual structures.

This compendium of theoretical and practical design information brings the relevant concepts, equations, techniques, and specific design problems together in one place, including both fundamentals and more advanced material. Practicing engineers will find it an invaluable reference for their daily work, while advanced students will appreciate its rigorous treatment of the basic building blocks of acoustical theory.

Readership

Professional engineers, consultants and researchers in architectural acoustics, acoustical engineering and related mechanical and architectural fields. Upper-level undergraduate and postgraduate students undertaking engineering or architecture courses with related modules.

Marshall Long

Since 1971, Marshall Long has been engaged in acoustical engineering consulting as principal of the firm he founded. Based in California, USA, Marshall Long Acoustics, has established a national and international reputation, completing over 3,000 projects in architectural acoustics, noise and vibration control, environmental impact assessment, and audio visual design. With engineering degrees from Princeton and UCLA, Dr. Long has taught acoustical engineering courses at UCLA and Southern California Institute of Architecture, and has guest lectured at Cal State Long Beach and USC. He has published numerous papers and articles in the field of acoustics. The author has recently been awarded a US patent on the recording and reproduction of three-dimensional sound. For further information visit the firm’s website at mlacoustics.com.

Affiliations and Expertise

President, Marshall Long Acoustics, Sherman Oaks, CA, USA

Architectural Acoustics, 2nd Edition

Preface
First Edition Acknowledgements
Second Edition Acknowledgements
Chapter 1. Historical Introduction
Chapter 2. Fundamentals of Acoustics
Chapter 3. Human Perception and Reaction to Sound
Chapter 4. Acoustic Measurements and Noise Metrics
Chapter 5. Environmental Noise
Chapter 6. Wave Acoustics
Chapter 7. Sound and Solid Surfaces
Chapter 8. Sound in Enclosed Spaces
Chapter 9. Sound Transmission Loss
Chapter 10. Sound Transmission in Buildings
Chapter 11. Vibration and Vibration Isolation
Chapter 12. Noise Transmission in Floor Systems
Chapter 13. Noise in Mechanical Systems
Chapter 14. Sound Attenuation in Ducts
Chapter 15. Design and Construction of Multifamily Dwellings
Chapter 16. Design and Construction of Office Buildings
Chapter 17. Design of Rooms for Speech
Chapter 18. Sound Reinforcement Systems
Chapter 19. Design of Rooms for Music
Chapter 20. Design of Multipurpose Auditoria and Sanctuaries
Chapter 21. Design of Studios and Listening Rooms
Chapter 22. Acoustic Modeling, Ray Tracing, and Auralization
References
Index

 

 
 
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