The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 13 (1935) > Issues > Issue 5 > Reduction of Noise in Buildings. Discussion on Mr. T.P. Bennett's Paper
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Reduction of Noise in Buildings. Discussion on Mr. T.P. Bennett's Paper

The PRESIDENT said that the applause which had followed the reading of the paper indicated that the meeting as a whole had enjoyed it as much as he had. It had been made quite clear in the paper that the subject was a very difficult one, and it was a very pleasant departure from the usual procedure-for the Institution dealt with rather different subjects as a rule-to have a paper from so great an expert as Mr. Bennett, indicating how little we knew on the subject of sound.