Architectural Acoustics: Principles and Design
Written by two educators and a practicing acoustical consultant, this reader-friendly book/reference covers all the important issues of architectural acoustics in a single volume — AND features a dual-level presentation that meets the needs of both those seeking depth and rigor, and those requiring a broad, practical perspective. Synthesizing acoustical theory with its practical applications, it provides exhaustive narrative coverage of the subject (including advanced optional content and extensive mathematical appendixes) and extensive high-quality stand-alone illustrations — for those who need to grasp concepts quickly without wading through long descriptions of complex acoustical phenomena. Explains complex acoustical phenomena and their practical details with relative ease. Provides over 500 stand-alone illustrations — that, together with a cursory reading of the text, enable readers to grasp concepts quickly — without wading through long descriptions of complex acoustical phenomena. Contains a comprehensive list of important formulas in architectural acoustics.
Specifications of Architectural Acoustics: Principles and Design
|Author||Madan Mehta, James Johnson, Jorge Rocafort|
|Number Of Pages||446|
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