The need to reduce the energy demand for indoor building climatization requires a more accurate design and choice of structures and materials also to assure high sound insulation levels as required from national standards. In this work sound and thermal insulation performances of some typical Italian structures for masonry walls are analyzed, in order to evaluate common physical behavior and possible correlation related to physical properties of materials, like density or surface mass. Moreover high levels of sound and thermal insulation needs special care to constructions details in order to minimize heat transmission and flanking transmission for the façade insulation and also between internal rooms.

ACOUSTIC AND THERMAL PROPERTIES OF ITALIAN MASONRY WALLS

SEMPRINI, GIOVANNI;BARBARESI, LUCA;MARINOSCI, COSIMO
2010

Abstract

The need to reduce the energy demand for indoor building climatization requires a more accurate design and choice of structures and materials also to assure high sound insulation levels as required from national standards. In this work sound and thermal insulation performances of some typical Italian structures for masonry walls are analyzed, in order to evaluate common physical behavior and possible correlation related to physical properties of materials, like density or surface mass. Moreover high levels of sound and thermal insulation needs special care to constructions details in order to minimize heat transmission and flanking transmission for the façade insulation and also between internal rooms.
Proceeding of Inter-Noise 2010
Paper 885-1
Paper 885-8
Semprini G.; Barbaresi L.; Marinosci C.
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