Materiales de Construcción, Vol 62, No 307 (2012)

Comparative Study on Acoustic Behavior Between Light Multi-layered and Traditional Façades


https://doi.org/10.3989/mc.2012.03211

L. Ruiz
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, EUIT Aeronáutica, Madrid, Spain

E. Delgado
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, EUIT Aeronáutica, Madrid, Spain

F. J. Neila
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, EUIT Aeronáutica, Madrid, Spain

S. Vega
Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, EUIT Aeronáutica, Madrid, Spain

Abstract


Light multi-layered facade systems in general have been acoustically little studied. The data available suggests they do not usually fulfil the sound insulation values required in the Technical Building Code (CTE) in particularly in noisy environments. Therefore the main objectives of this study, is to obtain light multi-layered façade systems with a high degree of acoustic insulation that can be used in noisy environments. While in turn showing excellent thermal characteristics, without neglecting important aspects such as the sustainability of materials, industrialization, costs, among others. This article will explain the process that has been followed to carry out an investigation on the acoustic behaviour of light multi-layered facades. For this purpose acoustic behaviour and sound intensimetry measurement methods have been used. After obtaining these results, a comparison between light multi-layered and traditional facades was made.

Keywords


physical properties; absorption; vibration; light multi-layered facades; acoustic behavior

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