Wadham College: Scenario 4- FDTD Visualising Sound - Acoustics and Ventilation




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Published on Aug 24, 2016

FDTD animations looking at the sound reduction across the façade at Wadham College. The introduction of a cowl vent with a side hung opening improves the acoustic performance. Facing the door opening in the opposite direction further increases the reduction by level of diffracted sound.

This animation was produced using FDTD physics modelling software, developed by MACH Acoustics in conjunction with the world renowned Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR) group at the University of Southampton.

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MACH Acoustics is one of the leading and largest independent acoustic and building consultancies in the UK, working across all building sectors, from planning/feasibility right through to completion, with all manner of architects, contractors and projects. We specialise in providing natural ventilation solutions in noisy urban environments, near motorways, railways and flight paths. Our approach to integrating with BIM by allowing direct information transfer into the building model sets us apart in the acoustic consultancy industry.


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