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Article Name Investigation of Acoustics Properties of Different Surface Coated Fiberboard Used in Multipurpose Halls and Interior Architectures
Author Name Cebrail AÇIK*, Ahmet TUTUŞ**
Address *125.Yıl Özel Eğitim MEM. Mobilya ve İç Mekân Tasarım Alanı Öğretmeni Kahramanmaraş/TÜRKİYE * * KSÜ, Orman Endüstri Mühendisliği Bölümü, 46000 Kahramanmaraş/TÜRKİYE
Abstract In this study, the loss of sound conductivity and sound absorption abilities of uncoated high-density fiberboards (HDF) and middle-density fiberboards (MDF) beside PVC melamine impregnated decorative paper and high-pressure laminate coated high-density fiberboards (HDF) and middle-density fiberboards (MDF) that have a thickness of 8 mm and were used particularly in multipurpose halls and interior architectures of conference halls, has been examined. Sound conductivity loss and sound absorption coefficient were determined according to ISO 10534-2 and ISO 354 standard. At the end of this study, it was determined that different surface coating materials have been used especially in interior decor and interior architecture, 8 mm thick MDF and HDF have important effect on the acoustics properties. Between frequencies 400-6300 Hz, approximately, the highest loss of sound conductivity was determined on the high-pressure laminate coated HDF and the lowest loss of sound conductivity on uncoated MDF. Between the frequencies 400-2000 Hz, approximately, the highest sound absorption coefficient was determined on the uncoated HDF and the lowest sound absorption coefficient was found on melamine impregnated paper coated HDF.
Published in Electronic Journal of Construction Technologies
Issue 12
Volume 1
Pages 11-20
Year 2016
Type Paper
Language Turkish
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