The assessment of the sound insulation requirements for a large broadcasting studio, using a scale model: theoretical considerations
The theory of sound transmission into a reverberant enclosure is discussed, particularly for the cases where more than one transmitting panel is involved, and where the source sound field may be either reverberant or direct. The coherence properties of road traffic noise and filtered white noise are also examined, and the implications of the presence of coherent or partially coherent noise are considered, particularly in relation to the field measurements of road traffic noise near sound reflecting surfaces.
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