The Sound Insulation of Water

R.H.C. Wenmaekers, B.A. van der Aa, A.D.C. Pronk, A. Couthinho, L.C.J. Luxemburg, van

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New developments in architectural free form shaped buildings lead to the design of liquid filled multilayer membranes as a façade construction [1]. The water between the membranes can collect or radiate heat or cold from the façade and transfers it to and from the building services system. In the design competition "Create a Barrier of Silence" by Schiphol airport, the design-team "Silent Blue" has presented a noise barrier that implemented the multilayer membranes filled with water as a roof and wall structure [2]. In this design the water inside the membranes is also used as a sound insulating material. In the context of the barrier design competition, a sound reduction of 20 dB was required in the 31.5 Hz octave band for the attenuation of ground noise by airplanes. A new laboratory test setup was created and sound insulation measurements of liquids have been performed by Rodrigues and Coutinho [3]. The presented results showed a promising use of water as a sound insulating material; however the absolute results may not be reliable due to limitations of the small measurement setup. To obtain the sound insulation values for a wider frequency range, a laboratory measurement has been performed on a 10 m2 water layer with a average thickness of 26, 44 and 83 mm in accordance with ISO 140-3 [4]. The measurement setup and results from this measurement are presented in this paper.
Originele taal-2Engels
TitelNAG/DAGA 2009
Pagina's1339-1341
StatusGepubliceerd - 2009
Evenement2009 NAG/DAGA International Conference on Acoustics, 23-26 March 2009, Rotterdam, The Netherlands - Rotterdam, Nederland
Duur: 23 mrt 200926 mrt 2009

Congres

Congres2009 NAG/DAGA International Conference on Acoustics, 23-26 March 2009, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
LandNederland
StadRotterdam
Periode23/03/0926/03/09
AnderNAG/DAGA International Conference on Acoustics 2009

Vingerafdruk

insulation
acoustics
membranes
water
airports
roofs
octaves
liquids
frequency ranges
attenuation
heat

Citeer dit

Wenmaekers, R. H. C., van der Aa, B. A., Pronk, A. D. C., Couthinho, A., & Luxemburg, van, L. C. J. (2009). The Sound Insulation of Water. In NAG/DAGA 2009 (blz. 1339-1341)
Wenmaekers, R.H.C. ; van der Aa, B.A. ; Pronk, A.D.C. ; Couthinho, A. ; Luxemburg, van, L.C.J. / The Sound Insulation of Water. NAG/DAGA 2009. 2009. blz. 1339-1341
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