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Architectual acoustics

1. Acoustic behavior of surface treatment

Mo2.B2.1 PERFORATED PANEL - POROUS MATERIAL BROAD-BAND ABSORPTION SYSTEM WITH SCREEN STRIPS
Keiji Oguchi1, Kyoji Fujiwara2 - 1Nagata Acoustics Inc., Japan, 2Kyushu University, Japan

Mo2.B2.2 NUMERICAL STUDY ON THE BEHAVIOR OF SCATTERING COEFFICIENTS OF WALL SURFACES
Yoshiyuki Kosaka, Tetsuya Sakuma - Institute of Environmental Studies, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Mo2.B2.3 APERIODIC TILING OF DIFFUSERS USING A SINGLE ASYMMETRIC BASE SHAPE
Peter D'Antonio1, Trevor J. Cox2 - 1RPG Diffusor Systems, Inc., USA, 2Acoustics Research Center, University of Salford, UK

Mo2.B2.4 ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES OF FIBROUS MATERIAL COVERED WITH THIN FILM AND PERFORATED FACINGS
Satoshi Sugie, Junichi Yoshimura, Hiromasa Ogawa - Kobayasi Institute of Physical Research, Japan

2. Acoustic structures for the next generation (I)

Tu4.B2.1 ELASTOMERIC ACOUSTIC AND THERMAL INSULATION FOR PIPELINE SYSTEMS - APPLICATION TO MARINE AND OFFSHORE SECTOR
Mark J. Swift1, Kirill V. Horoshenkov2, Patrick Johnson1 - 1Armacell UK Limited, UK, 2Acoustics Group, School of Engineering, University of Bradford, UK

Tu4.B2.2 ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES OF GRANULAR MATERIALS WITH COMPLEX PORE SIZE DISTRIBUTION
Kirill V. Horoshenkov, Ian Rushforth, Mark J. Swift - School of Engineering, Design and Technology, University of Bradford, UK

Tu4.B2.3 RESPONSE OF RIGID POROUS LAYERS TO HIGH AMPLITUDE CONTINUOUS AND PULSED ACOUSTIC EXCITATION: MODELLING AND EXPERIMENT
Olga Umnova, Keith Attenborough, Edwin Standley, Alan Cummings - Department of Engineering, University of Hull, UK

Tu4.B2.4 POTENTIAL OF HETEROGENEITIES IN POROUS MATERIALS FOR NOISE CONTROL OF MULTILAYERED SYSTEMS
Franck Sgard1, Noureddine Atalla2, Xavier Olny1 - 1Laboratoire des Sciences de l'Habitat, Ecole Nationale des Travaux Publics de l'Etat, France, 2Groupe d'Acoustique de l'Université de Sherbrooke, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University de Sherbrooke, Canada

Tu4.B2.5 DESIGN OF ACOUSTIC WINDOWS WITH MICRO-PERFORATED ABSORBERS
Jian Kang, Martin W. Brocklesby - School of Architecture, University of Sheffield, UK

3. Acoustic structures for the next generation (II)

Tu5.B2.1 EFFECT OF A MICROPERFORATED PANEL INSIDE THE CAVITY ON STRUCTURE-BORNE SOUND RADIATION FROM A DOUBLE-LEAF STRUCTURE
Motoki Yairi1, Kimihiro Sakagami1, Masayuki Morimoto1, Atsuo Minemura2, Kei Andow2 - 1Environmental Acoustic Laboratory, Faculty of Engineering, Kobe University, Japan, 2Kajima Technical Research Institute, Japan

Tu5.B2.2 SOUND REDUCTION OF DOUBLE WALLS CONTAINING INNER MICROPERFORATED PANEL ABSORBERS
Christian Thomas, Uwe Weltin - Department of Mechanics, Technical University Hamburg, Germany

Tu5.B2.3 TRANSMISSION LOSS OF COMPOSITE PANELS WITH ACOUSTIC MATERIALS
Noureddine Atalla1, Sebastian Ghinet1, Haisam Osman2 - 1Department of Mechanical Engineering, University de Sherbrooke, Canada, 2The Boeing Company, USA

Tu5.B2.4 APPLICATION OF QUADRATIC RESIDUE DIFFUSERS IN NOISE BARRIER STRUCTURES
Yiu W. Lam1, Mohammad R. Monazzam2 - 1Acoustics Research Centre, University of Salford, UK, 2School of Computing, Science and Engineering, University of Salford, UK

Tu5.B2.5 PRACTICAL MEASUREMENTS ON ACTIVE DIFFUSERS
Mark R. Avis, Lejun Xiao, Trevor J. Cox - Acoustics Research Centre, University of Salford, UK

4. Acoustical design of rooms

We2.B1.1 OPTIMUM DESIGN OF SOUND REFLECTORS IN AN OPERA HOUSE BY GENETIC ALGORITHMS
Takuya Hotehama1, Akinori Tani1, Hiroshi Kawamura1, Alessandro Cocchi2, Yoichi Ando3 - 1Graduate School of Science and Technology, Kobe University, Japan, 2School of Engineering, University of Bologna, Italy, 3Kobe University, Japan

We2.B1.2 THE COMBINATION OF ABSORBING MATERIALS AND ROOM SHAPES TO REDUCE NOISE LEVELS
Lau Nijs, Pernette Versteeg, Marinus van der Voorden - Delft University of Technology, Faculty of Architecture, The Netherlands

We2.B1.3 ACOUSTIC DESIGN OF 5.1-CHANNEL SURROUND SOUND STUDIO
Shin-ichi Oda, Toshio Wakatsuki, Hiroyuki Okubo, Youichi Naito, Mikihiko Okamoto - Japan Broadcasting Corporation (NHK), Japan

We2.B1.4 ACOUSTICAL RENOVATION USING ACTIVE FIELD CONTROL IN PRESERVING AN HISTORICAL AUDITORIUM
Takayuki Watanabe, Shinji Kishinaga, Fukushi Kawakami - Advanced System Development Center, Yamaha Corporation, Japan

We2.B1.5 PAN-SCANDINAVIAN EXPERIENCES IN CONTROLLING THE SOUND INSULATION OF MULTI-STORY TIMBER APARTMENT BUILDINGS
Markku A. Karjalainen - Wood Studio, Department of Architecture, University of Oulu, Finland

5. Architectural and building acoustics

We.P2.1 AUDITORIA IN NORTH PORTUGAL
Maria Ribeiro1, Ingolf Bork2, Fernando Martins3 - 1Faculty of Engineer, DEC/CEDEC, University of Porto, Portugal, 2Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, Germany, 3Faculty of Engineer, DEQ/LEPAE, University of Porto, Portugal

We.P2.2 SETTING CONDITIONS OF MOVABLE CEILING OF SOUGAKUDO CONCERT HALL BASED ON THE PROGRAM OF MUSICAL PERFORMING FORM - EXPERIMENTAL STUDY BY TEST PERFORMANCE -
Makoto Iwasaki1, Shun-ichi Nakamura2 - 1Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Japan, 2Acoustical Society of Japan

We.P2.3 ON THE IMPORTANCE OF THE LOUDSPEAKER LAY-OUT OF A ROOM ACOUSTIC ENHANCEMENT SYSTEM
Bjorn van Munster, Wim Prinssen - Systems for Improved Acoustic Performance B.V., The Netherlands

We.P2.4 A STUDY OF THE ACOUSTIC QUALITIES OF THE ANCIENT THEATRE IN SEGESTA
Marco Gullo, Alessandra Daniele, Antonio Leto, Giuseppe Rodonò - Dipartimento di Ricerche Energetiche ed Ambientali, Facoltà di Ingegneria, Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italy

We.P2.5 THEATRE "MORLACCHI" IN PERUGIA: DETERMINATION OF THE ACOUSTIC CHARACTERISTICS AND PROPOSAL OF IMPROVING QUALITY SOLUTIONS
Franco Cotana, Andrea Nicolini - Department of Industrial Engineering, University of Perugia, Italy

We.P2.6 AN ACOUSTIC INVESTIGATION INTO THE ERASMUS HUIS AUDITORIUM IN JAKARTA
Finarya Legoh, Siti Handjarinto - Department of Architecture, The Technical Faculty of the University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

We.P2.7 MEASURING THE DIRECTIONAL VARIATION OF SPECTRAL ENERGY ACROSS TIME IN THE CONCERT HALL OF THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE
John Bassett1, Craig Jin2, Densil Cabrera1, Riduan Osman1 - 1School of Architecture, Design Science and Planning, University of Sydney, Australia, 2School of Electrical and Information Engineering, University of Sydney, Australia

We.P2.8 SOUND-COLORATION FROM CLOSE REFLECTIONS
Tor Halmrast1,2 - 1Acoustics, Statsbygg (Norwegian State, Directorate of Public Construction and Property), Norway, 2Department of Music and Theatre, University of Oslo, Norway

We.P2.9 INVESTIGATIONS ON PERFORMANCE OF ITERATIVE SOLVERS FOR LARGE-SCALE SOUND FIELD ANALYSIS BY FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
Noriko Okamoto, Toru Otsuru, Reiji Tomiku, Midori Fukuda - Graduate School of Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Venture Business Laboratory, Oita University, Japan

We.P2.10 THE CALCULATION OF BINAURAL PARAMETERS BY MEANS OF HRTFS AND ANDO'S METHOD
Lamberto Tronchin1, Angelo Farina2, Takuya Hotehama3, Ryota Shimokura1,3, Valerio Tarabusi1 - 1DIENCA - CIARM, Department of Nuclear, Energetic, Environmental Engineering, University of Bologna, Italy, 2University of Parma, Italy, 3Kobe University, Japan

We.P2.11 THE NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF SOUND FIELDS PRODUCED BY FLAT PANEL LOUDSPEAKERS
Yasuhiro Tokita1, Kiyoshi Ogino2, Yasuhiro Oikawa3, Yoshio Yamasaki3 - 1Advanced Research Institute of Science and Technology, Waseda University, Japan, 2GITS, Waseda University, Japan, 3GITI, Waseda University, Japan

We.P2.12 AN ATTEMPT AT NOISE EVALUATION USING ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC TOPOGRAPHY
Souhei Tsujimura1, Yukiko Yamada2 - 1Department of Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology, Graduate School of Meiji University, Japan, 2Department of Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology, Meiji University, Japan

We.P2.13 A STUDY OF DESIGN METHODS FOR THE VARIABLE REVERBERATION UNITS IN AUDITORIA
Koichi Kitamura, Toru Fukunishi, Sen-ichi Furukawa - NHK Engineering Services, Inc., Japan

We.P2.14 DECAY ANALYSIS IN A ROOM EMPLOYED BY DIFFERENT SCATTERS
Xiaotian Zhu, Zhemin Zhu, Jianchun Cheng - State Key Laboratory of Modern Acoustics, Institute of Acoustics, Nanjing University, China

We.P2.15 THE EFFECT OF PRE-PROCESSING FOR IMPROVING SPEECH INTELLIGIBILITY IN THE SOPHIA UNIVERSITY LECTURE HALL
Takahito Goto, Nao Hodoshima, Noriko Ohata, Tsuyoshi Inoue, Takayuki Arai - Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan

We.P2.16 A BASIC STUDY ON DOUBLE-LEAF MICROPERFORATED PANEL ABSORBERS
Kimihiro Sakagami, Masayuki Morimoto, Wakana Koike - Environmental Acoustics Laboratory, Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kobe University, Japan

We.P2.17 ESTIMATION OF SOME PHYSICAL ROOM ACOUSTICAL MEASURES FROM CONVOLVING HRTF'S WITH THE ROOM IMPULSE RESPONSE
Djamel Ouis - School of Technology and Society, Malmoe University, Sweden

We.P2.18 NOISE AND VIBRATION CHARACTERISTICS OF THE REINFORCED CONCRETE SLAB IMPACTED BY HEAVY-WEIGHT SOURCE IN AN APARTMENT BUILDING
Sang Ho Seo, Jin Yong Jeon - School of Architectural Engineering, Hanyang University, Korea

We.P2.19 INVESTIGATION OF SOUND QUALITY IN A CLASSROOM FROM STATE UNIVERSITY OF RIO DE JANEIRO
Jeanne D. B. de Barros1, Angela C. Biazutti2, Jose Flavio S. Feiteira3, Ludimila de Oliveira Medrado4 - 1Institute of Mathematics, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2Institute of Mathematics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 3Institute of Chemistry, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 4Acoustics and Vibration Laboratory, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

We.P2.20 ACOUSTIC DEGRADATION OF BUILDINGS ALONG HISTORICAL EVOLUTION OF ARCHITECTURE: THE CONSTRUCTION OF A TIMELINE
Elvira B. Viveiros, Elisabeth A. C. Duarte - Acoustic Unit, Laboratory of Environmental Comfort, Department of Architecture, Fed University of Santa Catarina, Brazil

We.P2.21 OPTIMIZATION OF THE LOCATIONS OF ABSORPTIVE MATERIAL IN FOUR TYPICAL SMALL ROOMS WITH FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
Xiaoxiang Shen, Yong Shen - State Key Laboratory of Modern Acoustics, Institute of Acoustics, Nanjing University, China

6. Auditorium and concert hall acoustics

Th5.B2.1 ACOUSTICAL DESIGN OF WALT DISNEY CONCERT HALL
Yasuhisa Toyota, Keiji Oguchi, Minoru Nagata - Nagata Acoustics, Inc., USA

Th5.B2.2 GEOMETRICAL ACOUSTICS MODEL OF A JAVANESE GAMELAN PERFORMANCE HALL
Joko Sarwono1,2, Y. W. Lam3 - 1School of Computing, Science and Engineering, University of Salford, UK, 2Engineering Physics Department, ITB, Indonesia, 3School of Science, Computing and Engineering, University of Salford, UK

Th5.B2.3 SPATIAL VARIATION OF LATERAL MEASURES IN DIFFERENT CONCERT HALLS
Ingo Witew, Gottfried K. Behler, Michael Vorländer - Institute of Technical Acoustics, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Th5.B2.4 ROMAN THEATRE ACOUSTICS; COMPARISON OF ACOUSTIC MEASUREMENT AND SIMULATION RESULTS FROM THE ASPENDOS THEATRE, TURKEY
Anders C. Gade, Martin Lisa, Claus Lynge, Jens H. Rindel - Section of Acoustic Technology, Ørsted·DTU, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

7. Classroom acoustics

Tu2.B1.1 GUIDELINES ON ACOUSTIC TREATMENTS FOR SCHOOL BUILDINGS PROPOSED BY THE ARCHITECTURAL INSTITUTE OF JAPAN
Toshiko Fukuchi1, Kanako Ueno2 - 1Nagata Acoustics Inc., Japan, 2Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan

Tu2.B1.2 SWEDISH ACOUSTIC STANDARD SS 02 52 68 - EXPERIENCE AND FUTURE DEVELOPMENT REGARDING EDUCATIONAL PREMISES
Carsten P. Svensson - Saint-Gobain Ecophon AB, Sweden

Tu2.B1.3 SPEECH RECOGNITION IN CLASSROOM NOISE BY SCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN
Michel Picard, Tony Leroux, Benoît Jutras - Ecole d'orthophonie et d'audiologie, Universite de Montreal, Canada

Tu2.B1.4 ACTUAL CONDITION SURVEY AND EVALUATION ON ACOUSTIC ENVIRONMENT OF OPEN TYPE CLASSROOM
Yuzo Tsuchiya1, Tadao Fukuyama1, Katsuo Inoue2, Yoshio Yamasaki3 - 1Toda Corporation, Japan, 2Nihon University, Japan, 3Waseda University, Japan

Tu2.B1.5 SURVEY ON ACOUSTIC ENVIRONMENTS FOR HEARING IMPAIRED STUDENTS AT SCHOOLS IN JAPAN
Keiko Nishizawa1, Jun Munakata2, Tetsuya Sakuma1 - 1Institute of Environmental Studies, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Tu2.B1.6 SUBJECTIVE EVALUATION OF ACOUSTICAL CONDITIONS IN EDUCATIONAL BUILDINGS IN BRAZIL
Elvira B. Viveiros1, Marco A. F. Losso2, Thais Figueiredo3 - 1Acoustic Unit, Laboratory of Environmental Comfort, Department of Architecture, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil, 2Postgraduate Program in Civil Engineering, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil, 3Department of Architecture, Federal University of Santa Catarina, Brazil

8. Computational room acoustics (I)

Th2.B2.1 A FIELD EQUATION APPROACH TO PREDICT ENERGY AND INTENSITY OF NON-UNIFORM TIME-DEPENDENT BROADBAND SOUND FIELDS IN ENCLOSURES WITH DIFFUSE REFLECTION
Donald B. Bliss1, Linda P. Franzoni2 - 1Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Duke University, USA, 2Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Duke University, USA

Th2.B2.2 THE FINITE ELEMENT METHOD WITH THE DIRICHLET-TO-NEUMANN MAP FOR SOUND-HARD RECTANGULAR ROOMS
Yusuke Naka1, Assad A. Oberai1, Barbara G. Shinn-Cunningham2 - 1Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, Boston University, USA, 2Hearing Research Center, Boston University, USA

Th2.B2.3 THE USE OF AMBISONICS IN DESCRIBING ROOM IMPULSE RESPONSES
U. P. Svensson1, Bård Støfringsdal1, Audun Solvang2, Sigurd Saue2 - 1Department of Telecommunications, NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway, 2Q2S - Centre for Quantifiable Quality of Service in Communication Systems, NTNU - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway

Th2.B2.4 NOISE PROPAGATION THROUGH AN APERTURE IN RIGID WALL OF FINITE THICKNESS AND ITS CONTROL
Yasuhito Kawai1, Takaaki Yamanaka2 - 1Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Kansai University, Japan, 2Nittobo Acoustic Engineering Co., Ltd., Japan

Th2.B2.5 A STUDY OF THE BARRIER INSERTION LOSS IN URBAN STREET BY THE RADIOSITY METHOD
Ming Kan Law1, Kai Ming Li1, Glenn Howard Frommer2 - 1Department of Mechanical Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China, 2MTR Corporation, China

9. Computational room acoustics (II)

Th4.B2.1 EFFECTIVE USE OF HIERARCHICAL CELL STRUCTURE FOR THE FAST MULTIPOLE BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHOD
Yosuke Yasuda, Tetsuya Sakuma - Institute of Environmental Studies, The University of Tokyo, Japan

Th4.B2.2 OBJECTIVE AND SUBJECTIVE EVALUATION OF THE USE OF DIRECTIONAL SOUND SOURCES IN AURALIZATIONS
Lily M. Wang, Michelle C. Vigeant - Architectural Engineering Program, University of Nebraska - Lincoln, USA

Th4.B2.3 COMPARISON OF ROOM IMPULSE RESPONSE CALCULATED BY THE SIMULATION METHODS BASED ON GEOMETRICAL ACOUSTICS AND WAVE ACOUSTICS
Takatoshi Yokota1, Shinichi Sakamoto1, Hideki Tachibana1, Masahito Ikeda2, Kengo Takahashi2, Toru Ootsuru3 - 1Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Yamaha Advanced System Development Center, Japan, 3Oita University, Japan

10. Computer simulation on room/building/architectural acoustics (I)

Mo4.B2.1 COMPUTER MODELLING AND AURALIZATION OF SOUND FIELDS IN ROOMS - AN OVERVIEW
Noha Korany1,2 - 1Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, University of Alexandria, Egypt, 2Ruhr-University Bochum, Institute of Communication Acoustics (IC1), Germany

Mo4.B2.2 A BENCHMARKING FRAMEWORK FOR WAVE-BASED COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN ARCHITECTURAL ACOUSTICS
Tetsuya Sakuma1, Shinichi Sakamoto2, Toru Otsuru3 - 1Institute of Environmental Studies, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Department of Human Welfare Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Oita University, Japan

Mo4.B2.3 EVALUATING PHYSICAL AND AURAL ACCURACY IN COMPUTED EARLY ROOM IMPULSE RESPONSES
Rendell R. Torres, Weifang Wang, Sung Yoon, Mendel Kleiner, Ning Xiang - Program in Architectural Acoustics, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA

Mo4.B2.4 APPLICATION OF RADIOSITY METHOD IN ACOUSTIC SIMULATION
Jian Kang - School of Architecture, University of Sheffield, UK

Mo4.B2.5 ANALYTICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL PREDICTIONS OF BROADBAND HIGH-FREQUENCY SOUND FIELDS FOR ROOM ACOUSTICS USING ENERGY CONSERVATION
Linda P. Franzoni1, Jerry Rouse2 - 1Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Duke University, USA, 2Mechanical Engineering, Duke University, USA

11. Computer simulation on room/building/architectural acoustics (II)

Mo5.B2.1 CURRENT STATE OF RESEARCH ON BOUNDARY CONDITIONS IN THE DIGITAL WAVEGUIDE MESH
Lauri A. Savioja1, Antti Kelloniemi1, Vesa Välimäki2, Damian Murphy3 - 1Telecommunications Software and Multimedia Laboratory, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland, 2Laboratory of Acoustics and Audio Signal Processing, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland, 3Media Engineering Research Group, University of York, UK

Mo5.B2.2 BASIC CONCEPT, ACCURACY AND APPLICATION OF LARGE-SCALE FINITE ELEMENT SOUND FIELD ANALYSIS OF ROOMS
Toru Otsuru, Yuki Uchinoura, Reiji Tomiku, Noriko Okamoto, Yasuo Takahashi - Faculty of Engineeirng, Oita University, Japan

Mo5.B2.3 SIMULATION OF THE ACOUSTICS OF COUPLED ROOMS BY NUMERICAL RESOLUTION OF A DIFFUSION EQUATION
Vincent Valeau1, Judicaël Picaut2, Anas Sakout1, Alexis Billon1 - 1LEPTAB, University of La Rochelle, France, 2LCPC, France

Mo5.B2.4 A HIGH-EFFICIENCY IMPLEMENTATION OF FAST MULTIPOLE BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHOD
Takuya Oshima1, Yosuke Yasuda2, Tetsuya Sakuma2 - 1Department of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Niigata University, Japan, 2The University of Tokyo, Japan

Mo5.B2.5 A COMBINED METHOD FOR ROOM ACOUSTICS INTEGRATING SPECULAR AND DIFFUSE REFLECTIONS
Diogo O. Alarcão, J. L. Bento Coelho - Acoustics and Noise Control Group - CAPS - Instituto Superior Técnico, Portugal

12. Floor impact sound insulation (I)

Fr2.B2.1 ACOUSTIC CLASSIFICATION OF DWELLINGS FOR FLOOR IMPACT SOUND INSULATION IN KOREA
Sun-Woo Kim1, Gil-Soo Jang2, Min-Jeong Song3, Hyuk Song3, No-Gab Gi4 - 1School of Architecture, College of Engineering, Chonnam National University, Korea, 2Department of Architecture, Dongshin University, Korea, 3Engineering Research Institute, Chonnam National University, Korea, 4Doctorial Course, Building Acoustics Laboratory, School of Architecture, Chonnam National University, Korea

Fr2.B2.2 A SCALE FOR RATING INTERNAL MULTI-RESIDENTIAL BUILDING NOISES
Jong Kwan Ryu, Jeong Jeong Ho, Jin Yong Jeon - School of Architectural Engineering, Hanyang University, Korea

Fr2.B2.3 DYNAMIC STIFFNESS MEASUREMENT: AN EMPIRICAL MODEL TO ESTIMATE THE REDUCTION IN IMPACT SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL AND ITS RELATIVE IMPROVEMENT CURVE
Alessandro Schiavi1, Andrea Pavoni Belli2, Francesco Russo2 - 1Istituto Elettrotecnico Nazionale `Galileo Ferraris', Italy, 2Istituto Elettrotecnico Nazionale 'Galileo Ferraris', Italy

Fr2.B2.4 A STUDY ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BENDING VIBRATION OF ACCESS FLOOR PANEL AND FLOOR IMPACT SOUND LEVEL IN AN APARTMENT BUILDING
Yasutaka Ueda1, Tetsuya Kakehashi2 - 1Technical Research Institute, Hazama Corporation, Japan, 2Awaji-Giken Corporation, Japan

13. Floor impact sound insulation (II)

Fr3.B2.1 A SURVEY ON CORRELATION BETWEEN VOCABULARY AND FLOOR IMPACT SOUND RATING METHODS USING FIELD PSYCHO-ACOUSTIC EXPERIMENTS
Min-Jeong Song1, Sun-Woo Kim2, Tai-Kang Lee3, No-Gab Gi4, Hyeon-Ku Park3 - 1Engineering Research Institute of Chonnam National University, Korea, 2School of Architecture, College of Engineering, Chonnam National University, Korea, 3Building Acoustics Laboratory, School of Architecture, Chonnam National University, Korea, 4Doctorial Course, Building Acoustics Laboratory, School of Architecture, Chonnam National University, Korea

Fr3.B2.2 EVALUATION OF IMPACT SOUND IN THE FIELD SITUATION - RESEARCH AT LUND UNIVERSITY
Klas Hagberg - Department of Engineering Acoustics, Lund University, Sweden

Fr3.B2.3 THE EFFECT OF MOUNTING CONDITIONS ON LOW-FREQUENCY IMPACT SOUND INSULATION OF TIMBER FLOORS
Grant Emms - New Zealand Forest Research Institute, New Zealand

14. Measurement for architectural acoustics

Fr2.B1.1 A SIMULATION ANALYSIS OF LOW FREQUENCY SOUND TRANSMISSION MEASUREMENTS
Teresa Bravo, Stephen J. Elliott - Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton, UK

Fr2.B1.2 SOUND INSULATION MEASUREMENT USING A LONG SWEPT-SINE SIGNAL
Fumiaki Satoh1, Jin Hirano2, Sinichi Sakamoto3, Hideki Tachibana3 - 1Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan, 3Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan

Fr2.B1.3 REDUCTION OF THE INFLUENCE BY BACKGROUND NOISE IN SOUND INSULATION DETERMINATION BY SOUND INTENSITY METHOD
Hiroo Yano1, Tatsuya Ohta1, Takatoshi Yokota2, Hideki Tachibana2 - 1Department of Computer Science, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan, 2Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan

Fr2.B1.4 REPEATABILITY AND STANDARD ERROR IN REVERBERATION CHAMBER ABSORPTION COEFFICIENT
Mahavir Singh, Omkar Sharma, V. Mohanan - Acoustics Section, National Physical Laboratory, India

15. Sound insulation between dwellings (I)

Th4.B1.1 MODELLING STRUCTURE-BORNE SOUND FROM EQUIPMENT IN BUILDINGS - CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN EN 12354-5
Eddy Gerretsen - TNO TPD, Sound and Vibration Division, The Netherlands

Th4.B1.2 AURALISATION OF IMPACT SOUND INSULATION
Rainer Thaden - Institute of Technical Acoustics, RWTH Aachen University, Germany

Th4.B1.3 APPLICATION OF THE EUROPEAN STANDARD EN 12354 TO THE SPANISH HOLLOW CONSTRUCTIONS
Azucena Cortés, Alberto Esteban - LABEIN Technological Centre, Spain

Th4.B1.4 ARCHITECTURAL DETAILS AND SOUND INSULATION PERFORMANCES OF RECENT JAPANESE MULTI-FAMILY DWELLINGS
Takashi Koga, Atsuo Minemura, Motoki Yairi, Masanori Tano - Kajima Technical Research Institute Kajima Cooperation, Japan

Th4.B1.5 ON PREDICTING STRUCTURE BORNE SOUND TRANSMISSION FROM WOOD STUDS TO DIRECT-ATTACHED GYPSUM BOARD
Trevor R. T. Nightingale1, Katrin Kohler2, Jens Rohlfing2 - 1Institute for Research in Construction, National Research Council Canada, Canada, 2Department of Bauphysik, University of Applied Science Stuttgart, Germany

Th4.B1.6 REFERENCE CURVES FOR GLOBAL RATING OF SOUND INSULATION IMPROVEMENT OF LIGHTWEIGHT WALL LININGS
Antonio Moreno, Carlos de la Colina, Francisco Simón, Miguel A. Peña - Instituto de Acústica, CSIC Madrid, Spain

16. Sound insulation between dwellings (II)

Th5.B1.1 AIRBORNE SOUND INSULATION: CASE OF A SMALL AIRBORNE SOUND SOURCE CLOSE TO A WALL
Michel Villot, Cathy Guigou-carter - Acoustics and Lighting Department, CSTB, France

Th5.B1.2 FLANKING TRANSMISSION OF A DOUBLE-PLATE SYSTEM WITH JOISTS AND CAVITIES
Jonas Brunskog - Division of Engineering Acoustics, LTH, Lund University, Sweden

Th5.B1.3 DETERMINATION OF PARTIAL SOUND INSULATION PERFORMANCES OF BUILDING ELEMENTS BY SOUND INTENSITY MEASUREMENT
Takatoshi Yokota1, Shinichi Sakamoto1, Hideki Tachibana1, Hiroo Yano2 - 1Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Department of Computer Science, Chiba Institute of Technology, Japan

Th5.B1.4 FLANKING TRANSMISSION ALONG AN ALUMINIUM FACADE 2 - RESULTS IN PRACTICE -
Heiko J. Martin1, A. van der Vleuten2, Mark van der Donk2 - 1Department of Architecture, Building and Planning, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2Physicon Consultants, The Netherlands

Th5.B1.5 VARIATION OF SOUND TRANSMISSION LOSS OF DOUBLE WALLS WITH FLOW RESISTIVITY OF POROUS MATERIALS
Selma Kurra - Bahcesehir University, Faculty of Architecture, Turkey

17. Spatial hearing in concert auditoria

Th2.B1.1 THE CURRENT STATUS OF SPATIAL IMPRESSION IN CONCERT HALLS
Mike Barron - Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, University of Bath, UK

Th2.B1.2 DEVELOPMENT OF THE INTERAURAL CROSS-CORRELATION COEFFICIENT INTO A MORE COMPLETE AUDITORY WIDTH PREDICTION MODEL
Russell Mason, Tim Brookes, Francis Rumsey - Institute of Sound Recording, University of Surrey, UK

Th2.B1.3 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOUND IMAGE AND SPATIAL IMPRESSION OF SOUND FIELDS IN CONCERT HALLS
Toshiki Hanyu1, Katsuaki Sekiguchi2 - 1Department of Construction, Junior College, Nihon University, Japan, 2Department of Architecture, College of Science and Technology, Nihon University, Japan

Th2.B1.4 CONTRIBUTION OF TOTAL ENERGY AND DIRECTIONAL COMPONENTS OF LATE SOUND TO LISTENER ENVELOPMENT
Akiko Wakuda1, Yusuke Nakano1, Hiroshi Furuya2, Kazutoshi Fujimoto3 - 1Department of Architecture, Graduate School of Human-Environment Studies, Kyushu University, Japan, 2Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu Kyoritsu University, Japan, 3Department of Architecture, Faculty of Human-Environment Studies, Kyushu University, Japan

Th2.B1.5 NEW OBJECTIVE MEASURES OF LISTENER ENVELOPMENT
Gilbert A. Soulodre - Communications Research Centre, Canada

Th2.B1.6 MULTI-DIMENSIONAL ANALYSIS OF "REVERBERANCE"
Masayuki Morimoto, Aiko Asaoka - Environmental Acoustics Laboratory, Faculty of Engineering, Kobe University, Japan

18. Speech intelligibility, security & privacy

Fr3.B1.1 AUDITORY AND BEHAVIOURAL MECHANISMS INFLUENCING SPEECH INTELLIGIBILITY IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN
George Dodd, James Whitlock - Acoustics Research Centre, School of Architecture, University of Auckland, New Zealand

Fr3.B1.2 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF SPEECH PRIVACY BASED ON THE SII
Francisco Simón1, John S. Bradley2 - 1Instituto de Acúustica, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas, Spain, 2Institute for Research in Construction, National Research Council, Canada

Fr3.B1.3 SPEECH SECURITY THRESHOLDS FOR CLOSED OFFICES
John S. Bradley, Bradford N. Gover - Institute for Research in Construction, National Research Council, Canada

Fr3.B1.4 STUDY OF SPEECH INTELLIGIBILITY FOR SAFETY IN THE MONT BLANC TUNNEL
Arianna Astolfi1, J. Doucet2, L. Glarey3, R. Pisani4, P. Onali4 - 1Department of Energy, Politecnico di Torino, Italy, 2GEIE-TMB, Italy, 3SITEC Engineering s.a.s., Italy, 4Studio di Ingegneria Acustica, Italy

Fr3.B1.5 SUBJECTIVE EXPERIMENT ON SPEECH INTELLIGIBILITY OF P.A. SYSTEM IN TUNNEL
Sakae Yokoyama1, Hideki Tachibana1, Seiya Tazawa2 - 1Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2Metropolitan Expressway Public Corporation, Japan

19. Speech transmission in public spaces

Tu4.B1.1 EVALUATION OF ACOUSTICAL CONDITIONS FOR SPEECH COMMUNICATION IN ACTIVE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLASSROOMS
Hiroshi Sato1,2, John S. Bradley3 - 1Tohoku University, Japan, 2National Research Council, Canada, 3Institute for Research in Construction, National Research Council, Canada

Tu4.B1.2 SPEECH INTELLIGIBILITY TEST RESULTS FOR GRADES 1, 3 AND 6 CHILDREN IN REAL CLASSROOMS
John S. Bradley1, Hiroshi Sato1,2 - 1National Research Council, Canada, 2Tohoku University, Japan

Tu4.B1.3 OPTIMAL SPEECH LEVEL BY PUBLIC ADDRESS SYSTEM FOR YOUNG AND ELDERLY LISTENERS
Hayato Sato1, Hiroshi Sato2, Masayuki Morimoto1, Ryo Ota1 - 1Environmental Acoustics Laboratory, Faculty of Engineering, Kobe University, Japan, 2Department of Architecture and Building Science, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan

Tu4.B1.4 SOUND ENVIRONMENT FOR SPEECH COMMUNICATION AT RAILWAY STATIONS IN JAPAN
Takashi Sato1, Hayato Sato2, Hiroshi Sato3, Masayuki Morimoto2 - 1Frontier Service Development Laboratory, R&D Center of JR East Group, East Japan Railway Company, Japan, 2Environmental Acoustics Laboratory, Faculty of Engineering, Kobe University, Japan, 3Department of Architecture and Building Science, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University, Japan

Tu4.B1.5 GOOD ACOUSTICAL QUALITY IN RESTAURANTS: A COMPROMISE BETWEEN SPEECH INTELLIGIBILITY AND PRIVACY
Arianna Astolfi, Marco Filippi - Department of Energy, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

20. Subjective evaluation and acoustical design in built environment (I)

Mo4.B1.1 SOUNDSCAPES PERCEIVED IN BUILT ENVIRONMENTS
Birgitta Berglund1,2, Mats E. Nilsson1,2 - 1Department of Psychology, Stockholm University, Sweden, 2Institute of Environmental Medicine, Karolinska Institute, Sweden

Mo4.B1.2 THE EFFECT OF TRAFFIC FLOWS ON URBAN SOUNDSCAPE DYNAMICS AND HOW TO ANALYZE IT
Dick Botteldooren1, Bert De Coensel2, Tom De Muer2 - 1Acoustic Group, Department of Information Technology, Ghent University, Belgium, 2Department of Information Technology, Ghent University, Belgium

Mo4.B1.3 ACTUAL CONDITION OF NOISES IN HOSPITALS AND THEIR POST-OCCUPANCY EVALUATION
Yukiko Yamada1, Takayuki Kokubo2 - 1Department of Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology, Meiji University, Japan, 2Department of Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology, Graduate School of Meiji University, Japan

Mo4.B1.4 ACTUAL CONDITIONS OF NOISES IN WARDS AND DIRECTIONS OF NOISE CONTROL
Takayuki Kokubo1, Yukiko Yamada2 - 1Department of Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology, Graduate School of Meiji University, Japan, 2Department of Architecture, Faculty of Science and Technology, Meiji University, Japan

Mo4.B1.5 A STUDY ON SOUND ENVIRONMENT IN HOSPITALS
Miki Toyomasu, Toru Otsuru, Noriko Okamoto - Graduate School and Faculty of Engineering, Oita University, Japan

21. Subjective evaluation and acoustical design in built environment (II)

Mo5.B1.1 INTRODUCTION OF SOUND DESIGN FOR TOKYO TOWER RENEWAL IN 2002
Hisao Nakamura-Funaba - Chiyoda Advanced Solutions Corporation, Japan

Mo5.B1.2 TRAINS PASSING CLOSE TO A CINEMA -- A CASE STUDY
Anthony Nash - Charles M. Salter Associates, USA

Mo5.B1.3 A DESIGN OF THE SPACE AS SOUND COMMUNICATION MEDIA
Yusuke Ikeda, Saori Namekawa, Namiko Ishi, Tadashi Konishi, Yoshio Yamasaki - Global Information and Telecommunication Studies, Waseda University, Japan

Mo5.B1.4 THE PERCEPTION OF SUSURRATION: ENVELOPMENT IN INDOOR AND OUTDOOR SPACES
William J. Davies - Acoustics Research Centre, University of Salford, UK

22. Subjective evaluation of room sound field

Mo2.B1.1 EFFECT OF REFLECTIONS FROM ABOVE ON THE SPATIAL IMPRESSION OF HALL SOUND
Shun-ichi Nakamura - Japan

Mo2.B1.2 OBJECTIVE MEASURES FOR EVALUATION OF THE TONAL BALANCE IN CONCERT HALLS
Kanta Togawa, Tetsuo Hotta, Daiji Takahashi - Department of Urban and Environmental Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University, Japan

Mo2.B1.3 MEASUREMENT OF ACOUSTIC PROPERTIES THROUGH SYLLABIC ANALYSIS OF BINAURAL SPEECH
David H. Griesinger - Harman Specialty Group, USA

Mo2.B1.4 SUBJECTIVE EVALUATION OF THE BALANCE BETWEEN THE SINGER AND THE ORCHESTRA INSIDE A HISTORICAL OPERA HOUSE
Shin-ichi Sato, Nicola Prodi - Engineering Department, University of Ferrara, Italy

23. Theory & experiment for auditorium design - stage, reflectors & diffusers

We2.B2.1 THE EFFECT OF STAGE DIFFUSERS AND REFLECTORS ON THE STAGE ACOUSTICS IN A CONCERT HALL
Jin Yong Jeon - School of Architectural Engineering, Hanyang University, Korea

We2.B2.2 REFLECTION CHARACTERISTICS OF A SINGLE WALL COMPOSED OF REGULAR SLATS - THE POSSIBILITY OF THE OCCURRENCE OF COLORED SOUND AND SWEEPING ECHO
Takashi Yamakawa, Kengo Takahashi, Shinji Kishinaga, Fukushi Kawakami - Yamaha Corporation, Advanced System Development Center, Japan

We2.B2.3 EFFECT OF CONSTRUCTIONS ON AN ACOUSTIC GAIN BY A STAGE RISER
Shinsuke Nakanishi1, Kimihiro Sakagami2, Masayuki Morimoto2 - 1Department of Integrated Architecture, Hiroshima International University, Japan, 2Environmental Acoustics Laboratory, Faculty of Engineering, Kobe University, Japan

We2.B2.4 EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON STAGE ACOUSTICS FOR ENSEMBLE PERFORMANCE IN ORCHESTRA
Kanako Ueno1, Hideki Tachibana1, Takako Kanamori2 - 1Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo, Japan, 2University of Tokyo, Japan

We2.B2.5 A STUDY OF A SOUND FIELD SYNTHESIZING METHOD USING IMPULSE RESPONSES BETWEEN A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT AND EARS
Hideo Miyazaki - Advanced System Development Center, Yamaha Corporation, Japan

24. Theory and measurement of room sound field

Tu2.B2.1 MEASUREMENT AND THEORETICAL VALIDATION OF DIFFRACTION FROM A SINGLE EDGE
Tapio Lokki1, Ville Pulkki2 - 1Telecommunications Software and Multimedia Laboratory, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland, 2Laboratory of Acoustics and Audio Signal Processing, Helsinki University of Technology, Finland

Tu2.B2.2 DISTRIBUTION OF REFLECTED LEVELS IN ROOMS WITH DIFFUSE SOUND FIELDS
Stephen Chiles, Mike Barron - Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering, University of Bath, UK

Tu2.B2.3 TRANSMISSION FROM REVERBERANT FIELD TO UNBOUNDED SPACE
Hee-Seon Seo, Yang-Hann Kim - Center for Noise and Vibration Control (NOVIC), Department of Mechanical Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea

Tu2.B2.4 A COMPUTATIONAL INVESTIGATION ON MEASUREMENTS IN REVERBERATION ROOMS BY FINITE ELEMENT SOUND FIELD ANALYSIS
Reiji Tomiku1, Toru Otsuru2, Yasuo Takahashi3, Daisuke Azuma3 - 1Venture Business Laboratory, Oita University, Japan, 2Faculty of Engineering, Oita University, Japan, 3Graduate School of Engineering, Oita University, Japan

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