Investigation into the Properties of New Materials Having a Possible Effect on the Evaluation Parameters of Sound Insulation and Absorption
The efficiency of creating and designing noise reduction measures greatly depends on physical, chemical, mechanical and other properties of the selected materials. Some of them and sometimes all of those have a big impact on the general sound insulation of designed measures that also include absorption values predetermining their efficiency.As has been known for a long time, the formed heavy partitions and elements acquire increased sound insulation according to the law of mass, i.e. the heavier is the weight per m2 of the surface (kg/km2), the higher is the sound of insulation.To increase the efficiency of noise reduction in barriers, it is necessary to search for some other properties of the material like design, quality, etc.The article describes how calculations and empirical manipulations facilitate finding an optimal complex construction effectively reducing noise.
Algirdas V. Valiulis, Olegas Černašėjus and Vadim Mokšin
D. Gužas et al., "Investigation into the Properties of New Materials Having a Possible Effect on the Evaluation Parameters of Sound Insulation and Absorption", Solid State Phenomena, Vols. 220-221, pp. 55-59, 2015