Des études sur le terrain permettent de mieux définir les conditions climatiques qui prévalent dans des maisons des régions côtières et nordiques ; Nouveau guide sur l'isolation acoustique des bâtiments à ossature en bois ; Guide sur la performance des systèmes et des matériaux d'enveloppe des sous-sols

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Journal titleÉchos techniques
Volume12
Issuesept-oct. 88
Pages12; # of pages: 2
Subjectnordic construction, sound transmission, housing, indoor surveys, basement, exterior walls; Building envelope
AbstractAs part of a project to develop durable, energy-efficient wall assemblies that can accommodate extreme outdoor and indoor climate conditions in northern and coastal regions, NRC-IRC researchers completed three field surveys of these conditions. Results are discussed. A new guide for achieving acceptable sound isolation in wood-frame construction is available. The Guide will help designers choose the structural elements, the fire blocks and the connections at the junctions of partition walls and floors. A new guide on the performance of basement materials and systems is available. This 200-page well illustrated guide will assist in the design and construction of performing basement systems suitable for the Canadian climate.
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LanguageFrench
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
Peer reviewedNo
NRC number49695
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NPARC number20377882
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