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17.4 - Annoyance due to low-level sounds transmitted to dwellings Masking Effect of Artificial and Natural Sounds on Residential Noises Ryu Jongkwan, Song Hansol
17.4 - Annoyance due to low-level sounds transmitted to dwellings The influence of the reproduction system on the results of the listening tests in building acoustics Benklewski Jakub, Horvat Marko, Chmelik Vojtech, Zelem Lukas , Müllner Herbert, Jambrosic Kristian, Rychtarikova Monika , Glorieux Christ Austria
17.4 - Annoyance due to low-level sounds transmitted to dwellings The influence of energy-based parameters on annoyance due to combined railway noise and vibrations: a lack of consensus among the literature studies Maigrot Philéas, Marquis-Favre Catherine, Parizet Étienne France
17.6 - Predicting vibration / impact / structure-borne sound in buildings Reception plate method for tonal vibro-acoustic sources in buildings. Gibbs Barry United Kingdom
17.6 - Predicting vibration / impact / structure-borne sound in buildings Estimating maximum Fast time-weighted vibration levels from short equivalent continuous vibration level measurements of structure-borne sound sources on heavyweight plates Reinhold Steffi, Hopkins Carl, Seiffert Gary Germany
17.6 - Predicting vibration / impact / structure-borne sound in buildings Measurements of impact force excitation on wooden floors Lietzén Jesse, Miettinen Juha, Kylliäinen Mikko, Pajunen Sami Finland
17.6 - Predicting vibration / impact / structure-borne sound in buildings Characterization of a water drainage pipe using the EN 14366 and EN 15657 methods Bailhache Simon, Colin Stéphanie, Ducruet Pascal, Guigou-Carter Catherine France
17.6 - Predicting vibration / impact / structure-borne sound in buildings Sanitary Installations in Buildings – Noise Contribution Analysis with Sensor Arrays and Laser Scanning Vibrometry Wolff Oliver, Förster Joachim Switzerland
17.6 - Predicting vibration / impact / structure-borne sound in buildings Predicting sound levels generated on site by structure-borne sound sources in buildings Villot Michel France
17.6 - Predicting vibration / impact / structure-borne sound in buildings Measurement and prediction of structure-borne sound transmission from machinery in timber-frame buildings Mayr Andreas, Schöpfer Fabian, Schanda Ulrich, Hopkins Carl Germany
17.6 - Predicting vibration / impact / structure-borne sound in buildings Standardising structure-borne noise assessments with heavy impacts for potential gyms in lightweight mixed use structures Rogers Peter, Matherson Chris, Woodhams Sebastian, Rubio Sara United Kingdom
17.6 - Predicting vibration / impact / structure-borne sound in buildings In-situ performances prediction of base-isolated buildings Trévisan Benjamin, Grau Loïc, Bozzetto Denis, Villot Michel, Jean Philippe France
17.6 - Predicting vibration / impact / structure-borne sound in buildings Acoustic performance prediction for building elements including biobased fibrous materials Glé Philippe, Blinet Thibaut, Guigou-Carter Catherine France
17.6 - Predicting vibration / impact / structure-borne sound in buildings Estimation of coupling power proportionality for the SEA of highly dissipative dynamical system in medium-high frequency domain Guo Yifu, Desceliers Christophe, Coguenanff Corentin, Guigou-Carter Catherine France
17: Building acoustics Finnish round robin test on airborne sound insulation Lietzén Jesse, Kylliäinen Mikko Finland
17: Building acoustics Application of ETPU to floor resillient materials for reducing floor impact noises Kim Yong Hee, Song Guk Gon, Bae Seok Kyeong
17: Building acoustics Improvements in Acoustical Performance of Lightweight Floating Floors for Gym/Sports Applications Masoumi Hamid, Pinto Paulo, Carels Patrick M. Belgium
17: Building acoustics Person identification from walking sound on wooden floor Diapoulis Georgios, Rosas Carmen, Larsson Krister, Kropp Wolfgang Sweden
17: Building acoustics Validation of structure-borne sound prediction methods Nagy Attila Balazs, Fiala Peter Hungary
17: Building acoustics THE INI-EVA RANKING: THE TRUTH ABOUT RESILIENT LAYERS Verbandt Filip Belgium