On structure borne power flow from wood studs to direct-attached gypsum board

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ConferenceProceedings Issue of Canadian Acoustics: 15 October 2002, Edmonton, Alberta
Pages5455; # of pages: 2
Subjectmobilities, modeling, structure borne, power flow, SEA, transmission loss; Acoustics
AbstractThis paper, the second of two, examines the effect of screw location and number on the power flow from a wood stud to directly attached gypsum board. It is necessary to evaluate how an offset distance between the point of an applied force and the fastening point affects the power transmitted from the stud to the gypsum board because if the wall has resilient channels drive points and fastening points will not be aligned. Earlier studies had always considered that the points would be aligned.
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AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedYes
NRC number46617
NPARC number20386269
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