- : Apparent sound insulation in cold-formed steel-framed buildings ( View full textPDF, 5 MB)
|DOI||Resolve DOI: http://doi.org/10.4224/23001843|
|Author||Search for: Hoeller, Christoph; Search for: Quirt, David; Search for: Zeitler, Berndt; Search for: Sabourin, Ivan|
|Series title||Research Report (National Research Council Canada. Construction); no. RR-337|
|Physical description||108 p.|
|Subject||sound transmission; concrete block walls; floor; sound insulation|
|Abstract||This Report presents the results from substantial experimental studies of sound transmission, together with an explanation of calculation procedures to predict the sound transmission between adjacent spaces in a building whose walls and floors have cold-formed steel (CFS) framing.
This first edition contains mainly data for loadbearing steel framing formed from sheet steel with thickness from 1.37 mm (16 gauge) to 0.94 mm (20 gauge).
Non-loadbearing CFS studs formed from thinner steel (nominally 0.54 mm) are also commonly used but these are not included in the data tables for sound transmission through wall assemblies in this Report.|
|Publisher||National Research Council Canada. Construction|
|Affiliation||National Research Council Canada; Construction|
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