Gypsum Board And Cement Board As An Acoustic Material For Building

Rilatupa, James (2015) Gypsum Board And Cement Board As An Acoustic Material For Building. International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 10 (1). pp. 1069-1076. ISSN 0973 4562

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In the design of the building, the architect must think of acoustic requirements with the same serious attention and concern poured in thinking about other requirements. Acoustics includes a very broad range, and touch nearly all facets of human life. Thus it is obvious; the acoustics are architectural elements in control of the environment both inside and outside spaces [4]. In the last of half-century, architects and designers are all looking for a new acoustic product which are versatility and economical. The use of solid wood and composite wood materials as acoustics has long been known. Generally of wood used as acoustic panels and placed as floor (including the floor floating), walls, and ceiling. Gypsum board which is a wood processed has been used as an acoustic materials to made a space become soft and comfortable. Gypsum board is very strategic for noise insulation in the room was dominant uses a glass and the concrete wall. Meanwhile, cement board which is also a product of wood composite made from wood particles or other lignocelluloses materials with cement as its glue adhesive; it can provide solutions for architecture acoustics issue.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: FINE ARTS > Architecture > Special classes of buildings > Classed by material
Depositing User: Edi Wibowo
Date Deposited: 15 Jan 2019 03:14
Last Modified: 15 Jan 2019 03:14

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