editor: Dr George Dodd, University of Auckland, New Zealand
published quarterly ISSN 1351-010X 2015 journal prices/format options
2015 is volume 22
Building Acoustics is a quarterly journal concerned with acoustics in the built environment. It therefore lies within the domain of the architect, builder and engineer. It is also a forum for scientists and engineers concerned with research and development for acoustic enhancement and noise control in buildings. There is an emphasis on the application of new knowledge and the provision of information useful to the practitioner. The contents includes, for example, contributions on room acoustics, industrial noise, building services noise, transportation noise and vibration in buildings.
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