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Title: Introductory guide to quiet in the home
Authors: Ferreira, T
Keywords: Noise
Insulation
Soundproof
National building research institute of the CSIR
Issue Date: 1979
Publisher: NBRI/CSIR
Series/Report no.: BG
10
Abstract: Home owners often complain that traffic noise disturbs their indoor peace and quiet. It is difficult, expensive and probably unnecessary to make the whole house soundproof. To appreciate and apply the practical tips that follow later, it is necessary to know some facts about acoustics and understand how and where sound penetrates the house.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/4699
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