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Engineering and Construction
Pages 4 (1004 words)
Environmental Engineering ACSS400 LAB Report Architectural Acoustics TABLE OF CONTENTS: 1.0 INTRODUCTION ……………………………….……3 2.0 EQUIPMENT USED…………………………….….4 3.0 METHODOLOGY……………………………….……

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Indeed, it is indisputable that there is persistent environmental degradation, and this sparks worry that the globe may never meet its global goals. The globe has been yearning for sustainability, which, as policy makers put, may never be achieved but for appropriate social, political and environmental management. The world has looked to technological developments to intervene in the realization of sustainable development, and engineering development has seemed to respond well. As far as the engineering is concerned, sound production has far-reaching implications on the environment. Sounds are pressure vibrations that travel in mediums such as gases, liquids and solids. The most common type of sound perceived by human ear is that which travels through air. Sound could be constructive or unconstructive. However noise is generally regarded as unwanted and destructive sound. In work environments or even in home setting, it is preferred that noise should be reduced effectively since it can affect the ability to work, concentration and rest. These noises range from loud music, traffic and building services (air ducts, pumps etc.) to neighbor activity. Noise production is still rated as one of the serious rampant forms of environmental pollution. ...
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