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Reducing the ingress of urban noise through natural ventilation openings

Oldham D.J., de Salis M.H., Sharples S., 2004
building | natural ventilation | noise pollution | openings
Bibliographic info: Indoor Air , Vol 14 supplement n° 8, 2004, pp 118-126, 11 Fig., 15 Ref.
Languages: English

This paper deals with techniques aiming at reducing noise entering into naturally ventilated buildings while reducing airflow path resistance.The description of the combined experimental and theoretical approach is made. A method is suggested to enable the acoustic and airflow performance of apertures for natural ventilation systems to be designed simultaneously.


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