Relationship Among Light, Heat, and Sound Waves

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Sound is a form of ______ wave motion

mechanical

Acoustics is the branch of physics that deals with the study of ______

sound

Light and heat are forms of ______ wave motion

electromagnetic

Architectural Science IV focuses on the principles of sound production & propagation, frequency & loudness, reflection, absorption, transmission & diffraction, and hearing sensitivity, as well as changes in sound level & noise reduction calculations. It also includes a chapter on General Introduction to Architectural Science, which covers Environmental Factors and Human Comfort, Relationship among Light, Heat and Sound, and the Need for an Integrated Approach. This chapter also introduces the field of _____________.

Architectural Acoustics

Chapter 3 discusses Noise Control in a Building, covering Noise and Noise Sources, Noise Classification, Noise Measurement, Noise Sensitive Functions, Noise Protection Stages, Noise Control at Planning Level, Noise Control at Building Level, Noise Control at Element Level /Sound Insulation/ Plumbing, Noise and Its Control, Mechanical Equipment Rooms and Sound Isolation, Acoustical Treatment, Noise Control during Construction, Acceptable Noise Levels, Check List for Acoustic Work, and Specifying In Acoustical Design. This chapter is focused on the importance of ____________ in architectural design and construction.

acoustics

In Chapter 2, the Basic Theory of Sound is discussed, covering Sound Production and Propagation, Character of Sound Wave, Wave Length, Frequency, and Velocity, the Speed of Sound in Different Fields, Reflection, Absorption & Transmission Of Sound, Air Born, Impact and Flanking Sound Transmissions, Masking Effect and Resonance, Diffraction and Sound Shadows, Measuring Sound Energy, Sound Levels, Intensity, and Power, Sound and Distance, the Inverse Square Law, and Changes in Sound Level /Noise Reduction/ Factors for Sensitivity /Human Response to Sound/ Teaching - learning methods -Lecture, class room demonstration, projects, site visit. The chapter also covers the changes in sound level and noise reduction calculations. Chapter 2 is an introduction to the basic theory of ____________.

sound

Acoustics has become a broad interdisciplinary field encompassing the academic disciplines of physics, engineering, psychology, speech, audiology, music, architecture, physiology, neuroscience, and others. Among the branches of ______ are architectural ______, physical ______, musical , psycho, electro-acoustic, Noise control, shock and vibration, underwater ______, speech, physiological ______, etc. Acoustics: branch of Science that deals with the study of Sound Architectural Acoustics: The application of knowledge of ______ in architecture encompass the study and application of the principle of sound in architectural spaces. Common Topics of Concern in Architectural Acoustics Generally, the common topics of concern in architectural ______ are The exclusion of external noise The reduction of sound passing between rooms The quality of sound inside rooms These all are analyzed in connection of Sound source, path and receiver. Providing the occupants with privacy and with a quiet environment, by dealing with noise sources within the building as well as noise transmitted from outside becomes a vital concern. Causes For Acoustic Problems Urbanization and Technology: Urban way of life (people and machineries) Land value and dense living Motorized transportation Mixed use function (building, Neighborhood) Planning paradigm Acoustical requirements should always be considered during the earliest stages of design.

acoustics

Architectural Acoustics: The application of knowledge of ______ in architecture.

acoustics

Providing the occupants with privacy and with a quiet environment, by dealing with noise sources within the building as well as noise transmitted from outside becomes a vital ______.

concern

Causes For Acoustic Problems Urbanization and Technology: Urban way of life (people and machineries) Land value and dense living Motorized transportation Mixed use function (building, Neighborhood) Planning paradigm Acoustical requirements should always be considered during the earliest stages of ______.

design

Explore the relationship between light, heat, and sound waves as forms of energy. Learn about their common characteristics, including controllability, measurability, wave motion propagation, and phenomena of reflection, absorption, and transmission. Discover the physiological and psychological effects of these forms of energy on human beings living in interior environments.

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