Group Title: Introduction to thermal and acoustic insulation - report
Title: Introduction to thermal and acoustic insulation - slides
ALL VOLUMES CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00103255/00002
 Material Information
Title: Introduction to thermal and acoustic insulation - slides
Physical Description: Archival
Creator: Pandula, Eugene
Publisher: Eugene Pandula
Place of Publication: Gainesville, Fla.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00103255
Volume ID: VID00002
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.

Full Text








Dk.


'2..


LJ


~R-~C3$h-. a~*4 "7
.
A .~ ~ r
7 A'L.


S* Owl
ORj


m


17)


C


:iri(
II i
r






. .:r









































































.. ..... ..

............



....... ...
... . ..... .






ia,
WKI













KGi

i TaT
N5 -A
0
.........
El


Nn
.. .. ..... .
ffMv.


wm p 02


Y; 4
....... ...


...... .. .

M V. Id. A

.. . .......
:MV . ....... .
rl
W 5 Am- si-
. . ...... .
N O.A.
G i2
AR.







............ .......... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .














i.z
.. ... .... xO
-War 2,
> Z.Ao
"Pin %3

NO, 'A`,
aM w-5A




_N
.. ..... ....


-WX
IV, .4


'w' L.-


'A 'N









o".




b


Domes should be designed for separate vent-
ing of the vaulted ceiling and the loft above it,
especially if moisture level due to occupancy
becomes high in cold weather.


Ornamental ceilings suspended under any
shape of roof are subject to damage by con-
densation unless the loft space 6bove the ceiling
is properly and adequately vented.


84


"


1411-





THE SIZE OF THE AIR PARTICLES or the closeness of the air films affects the movement of heat by
convection.


The thickness of the film that clings to surfaces is approxi-
mately constant in still air; hence, in a given space, if fibers
are small, they provide more surface and hold more air
then large fibers which may leave paths for air to move freely


by convection. Even within cells there is an air filmm. If the
cell is large the free air within can set up minute convection
currents, thus transmitting some heat across the cell. Small
cells have no such convection movement.


ai


Q~~


~

.,
~i
~: ~


















4C~Cll~~










/ I J1 / 1~







1\

























LI
.r -I
Iii
il
~
L
~ I ~ . ~
',
1~. r

r ~ +~. ~
rl I .r
I I
''
I I. I r . ~ ~
I r +
~. I I
I I I 'r
r' r ~ I
,r~~ r r
r


r



































almi


l V





















CELLULOSE FIBERS VEGETABLE FIBERS


VERMICULITE COTTON


WOOD FIBER


CORK


CALCIUM SILICATE


FOAMED GLASS


r





















SFigure 15 4
Straw panel board.
(Stramit Corporation Limited, Edmonton, Alberta)


















Figure 15 5
Straw board roof deck.
(Stramit Corporation Limited, Edmonton, Alberta)









































g. 12. bmumpls of -e "o*pe" erchactural motrlah that can be usd as fednugs for sound.oboh g i r


































'P~PD
-

.- 'li

I' 'I
~lir+v: ~-~IiF'"~
-''
f~i~ >~i~
~P~ :i.


wr~.. ~


I.


d
~~SI
.
bi' .~ : ~'ii b
c~.~.`. ...~.- ~k


f
r

1

+t+


I' I


,
rli
~ls~ ~il~




* .
a.. ',:


,z
1
r i r I .-
C
I )


Frr


Cut and solid wall

offer shielding


Shrubs provide

'no shielding
/


a r


975.


-I.


r





Wall area Sft2








... .. ... ....... ....~ r-r = I
5''" ~ ~ _L~ -







... .... .. :... ....::: .::..i: i !i g i : i : i
i::i~:::;: iii:i:: : i!;:,riii:i.,:i~i:ii:::;i:i
..-.; "~ .... .....

.. . . . .. .... .....::

jam.... .. .... ... .... .... ''
S i ii !!i ii!!i ii!!- i:i ~~i i










Enclosed
rooms

















SOpen
plan


SSpeech level


IBackground
level


__J--


Fig. 34.26 Schematic comparison of speech privacy in enclosed and open plan offices.


_ __


POOP










RfEf4LIFEHTLW SUPPORTECD
WALLS AND CeILbHC







PLOATW
CO NC R*To
FLoo2i ~LJb


Fig. 28. Schematic representation of constructions required to control the transmission
of high levels of air-borne and structure-borne sound


















Fig. 33. Steep uaoting minimizes audience attenuation



P.~


NAWCS~ 5otU~C'- Pv&.TCET C,r


Fig. 34. A sound-reflecting ceiling reinforces the direct sound to the audience


I

intm~


1
-
r ~c~r~z c~u--~YI/IIIIII//1///iIII////I/ll//l~// .



c
i(/

9
~


iasltlan overhead, and thus, does not ex-


Fig. $5. Uniform distribution of reflected sound can be assured by proper ceiling design


c


good distribution and adequate loudness,









,
*, *:r* ..:,


.p.




































'4'


p..

p r

eq ' *.





Acoustics


Adjustable sound
, ---"7"' Absorbing curtains1'" -


Fig. 34.22 Auditorium with adjustable elements.


991






























A/I

9 iA _V, 14


4


.: :r
P


\-\


























































; a~P
:~
R
: W. ~:

~..
:i`P M:.
~.-
~. .




;. ~r
: : i
::


.: ::
''
'

:B ::
'''' ~: ~:.
:: :::::
~'




:: d
~ ::'


1
~r X
::' 0'
''

~:




..'


I-,


fJf

' *sv


4-


V.


ad


'U'


gi









--


c .; I- -
:Z,

+,i;i' I-

'iiI- :


~
.-.-.-.




.;.r~ =.=
s
:-... i.
--=i== `
--
:-iI-:-;-I-1

s~-.-~ ~-

---.r-
.~.;._ -.-.:-.-.:.I.
.-X:- ~
.~-
~r~.
-" :
r~-~. :
~. ~~
:s, S-~
.1-.
...-. ~1


Q


.. ...:.-.

t:- I: -




;.


~~ ~-S





i















~::
~



.:
::


=-


-I-:


~

-e ~
2~


'''
~::~.i':
r.. ..
~. . :.'




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - Version 2.9.7 - mvs