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By Mark Dudek

ISBN-10: 376437053X

ISBN-13: 9783764370534

As a brand new iteration of academic environments are designed and equipped, this layout handbook is helping architects to understand the underlying academic theories and the way they are often discovered in equipped shape, in order that the development fulfills its position as a three-dimensional curriculum plan. It provides over eighty foreign case reviews.

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Transport and civil engineers must consider the travel methods used by staff and students each day and assess the sustainability of this against the agreed sustainability target. This has to take into account many factors, such as the catchment area of the LEA, the optimum number of schools that an area can support, the anticipated student population of each school, the location of each school, the availability of different forms of transport and the potential for additional, more sustainable travel options.

Sees. between 315 Hz and 5000 Hz, reducing to Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1989. acoustic matched exactly to its purpose. The goal was to sound- insulate the rooms and to achieve the best possible acoustic transparency and appropriate sound volume to ensure undisturbed teaching. 5 sees. above and below this frequency range Acoustic renovation: installation of approx. ). 2 absorbing cavities (approx. 54 m in the ceiling, mainly to the back and side, and approx. 32 m 2 The room is used, without changes, as a sports hall, Ludowika Huber, Joachim Kahlert, Maria Klatte Die akustisch gestaltete Schule.

Indirect sound. reflection and diffraction Sound is reflected off the room boundaries like light off a mirror. 4~ tially bigger than the length of the sound waves. 000 Hz). As with light, when a sound wave encounters a barrier or Rs R6 surface undulation within its wavelength, it will be diffracted. J ..... cessed areas, harsh reverberations are prevented, flutter echoes between parallel walls avoided, and the ,.... x' x = time (in milliseconds) y = volume (in decibel) D = direct sound R" R2 , R3 = reflections from walls, required amount of absorption achieved in the higher frequency range (diffuse reflection).

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