Satisfactory acoustics is crucial for the ability of spaces such as auditoriums and lecture rooms to perform their primary function. The acoustics of dwellings and offices greatly affects the quality of our life since we are all consciously or subconsciously aware of the sounds to which we are daily subjected. The aim of this special issue was to gather advances in architectural acoustics that hopefully could inspire researchers and acousticians to explore new directions in this age of scientific convergence and multidisciplinary cooperation. The special issue was an exciting journey for us in which we had the opportunity to communicate with many people in the field from all over the world. Authors from Australia, Belgium, China, Finland, Greece, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan and the UK—including 19 universities and 4 acoustic firms and corporations—participated in this special issue. Among the numerous submissions, 17 successfully passed the review process. For better presentation in this introductory text, the papers have been categorized as follows: Review studies; Historical Acoustics; Computational Acoustics; Design of concert or conference halls and open-plan offices; Miscellaneous (sound absorbers, listeners perception, machine learning).

Special Issue: Advances in Architectural Acoustics / Papadakis N.M.; Garai M.; Stavroulakis G.E.. - In: APPLIED SCIENCES. - ISSN 2076-3417. - ELETTRONICO. - 12:3(2022), pp. 1728.1-1728.5. [10.3390/app12031728]

Special Issue: Advances in Architectural Acoustics

Garai M.;
2022

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Satisfactory acoustics is crucial for the ability of spaces such as auditoriums and lecture rooms to perform their primary function. The acoustics of dwellings and offices greatly affects the quality of our life since we are all consciously or subconsciously aware of the sounds to which we are daily subjected. The aim of this special issue was to gather advances in architectural acoustics that hopefully could inspire researchers and acousticians to explore new directions in this age of scientific convergence and multidisciplinary cooperation. The special issue was an exciting journey for us in which we had the opportunity to communicate with many people in the field from all over the world. Authors from Australia, Belgium, China, Finland, Greece, Italy, Japan, New Zealand, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan and the UK—including 19 universities and 4 acoustic firms and corporations—participated in this special issue. Among the numerous submissions, 17 successfully passed the review process. For better presentation in this introductory text, the papers have been categorized as follows: Review studies; Historical Acoustics; Computational Acoustics; Design of concert or conference halls and open-plan offices; Miscellaneous (sound absorbers, listeners perception, machine learning).
2022
Special Issue: Advances in Architectural Acoustics / Papadakis N.M.; Garai M.; Stavroulakis G.E.. - In: APPLIED SCIENCES. - ISSN 2076-3417. - ELETTRONICO. - 12:3(2022), pp. 1728.1-1728.5. [10.3390/app12031728]
Papadakis N.M.; Garai M.; Stavroulakis G.E.
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