Réduction de la transmission du son par les cloisons en plaques de plâtre

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TypeIssue
Series titleSolution constructive; no. 1
ISSN1206-1239
Physical description6 p.
SubjectWalls
AbstractIn a multi-family dwelling, good neighbourliness is often defined in terms of sound control. To muffle sound is a matter of absorbing its energy along its transmission path - in this case, through gypsum board walls. Walls must therefore be built so that their components can vibrate just a little bit here and there so as to dissipate all the energy along the way. Using double studs, wood studs with resilient channels or load-bearing steel studs with resilient channels, increasing the depth of the cavity or filling the cavity with insulation are a few of the ways of controlling sound transmission.
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PublisherInstitut de recherche en construction, Conseil national de recherches Canada
LanguageFrench
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
NoteAlso available in English: Control of sound transmission through gypsum board walls
Peer reviewedNo
NPARC number21275284
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Record created2015-05-29
Record modified2016-05-09
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