The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 16 (1938) > Issues > Issue 4 > A Comparitve Study of the Sound Insulating Values of Steel Framed and Reinforced Concrete Buildings
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A Comparitve Study of the Sound Insulating Values of Steel Framed and Reinforced Concrete Buildings

THE prevention of noise in framed buildings of all kinds has for years exercised the minds of designers and constructors alike and even to-day the full effect of sound transmission through structural elements is but imperfectly realised. C.W. Glover