ARC 6642 ARCHITECTURAL ACOUSTICS DESIGN LAB

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1 ARC 6642 ARCHITECTURAL ACOUSTICS DESIGN LAB Gary W. Siebein Fall, credits This course will consist of lecture presentations, seminar discussions, readings, a field trip to an auditorium and support spaces, and discussions on the acoustical design of theaters and performing arts spaces. Class work will consist of student design work on an actual building project consisting of the tasks usually undertaken by a professional architectural acoustics consultant. This is a project-based course. There are no tests. Schematic design plans of a project as developed by an architect will be provided by the students or instructors. The project will include an auditorium with seats, ancillary support spaces, music rehearsal spaces and other necessary rooms. Students will work individually on all phases of the project. Each student will work through the following items with an emphasis on exploring acoustical issues. 1. Establishing acoustical design goals for each of the spaces in the building. 2. Acoustical design of the auditorium and other acoustical spaces using reverberation time analysis, space shaping by ray diagraming and model studies (either water, light, computer and/or physical models can be used). 3. Developing initial design studies for the project including plans, sections, perspectives, models, etc. as required. 4. Schematic design of a sound reinforcement system for the building with a concept statement, single line diagram showing equipment and connections and a specification in Masterspec or other standard format. 5. Analysis of sound transmission loss and impact isolation requirements for all construction assemblies used in the building. This will involve estimates of octave band transmission loss for wall and floor assemblies, selection of assemblies to use and details at critical connections. 6. Analysis of mechanical noise produced in the building and selection of design strategies to achieve the required attenuation so low noise levels are maintained in the auditorium. 7. Preparation of an initial report with goals and schematic design recommendations for each item above. 8. Preparation of a final report including a review of the actual construction documents for the project to insure that all acoustical design features have been included in the bid documents. Specific work assigned for the entire semester is summarized below. The instructor will make a brief presentation each week (approximately 1-2 class periods long) to review material and outline the process for the subsequent week s work. Work for each week will be reviewed individually and in groups after the presentation. This is a lot of work. It must be done on a weekly basis. Progress submissions will be turned in for a grade for each major phase of the work.

2 Attendance is required. The course grade will be based on the quality of the submitted final product (35%), participation in class through discussion and presentations (10%) and preparation of assigned work (10 submissions at 1% each =10%) and interim grades on work in progress (3 interim submissions - Room acoustics 20%, noise control (15%), and Construction Documents review (10%). TENTATIVE COURSE OUTLINE Week Date Topic and reading INTRODUCTION 1 8/23 Introduction to course. Acoustical design issues in architecture Tutorial on Architectural Acoustics, Siebein ROOM ACOUSTICS DESIGN 2 8/30 Auditorium design - sight lines and sound lines. Layout sight lines for the auditorium using published standards from Izenour, Ham, Graphic Standards, etc. Shape the walls and ceiling of the space by ray diagraming. Develop room acoustics design criteria for all rooms in building. Architectural Graphic Standards, latest edition Theater Design, George Izenour, McGraw Hill 1 Select project, draft acoustic program 3 9/6 Auditorium design - Reverberation. Estimate the reverberation time of the room. Use the reverberation time analysis to aid in the selection of finish materials and to guide the space shaping begun in week 1. Pose solutions for finish materials and space shaping for other rooms in building as well. Architectural Acoustics, M David Egan Chapter 2 Architectural Acoustics, Marshall Long Sections Architectural Acoustics: Principles and Design, Mehta, Johnson, Rocafort Chapter 3 Theaters and Halls: New Concepts in Architecture and Design, Takahiko Yanagisawa Architectural Acoustics: Blending Sound Sources, Sound Fields and Listeners, Yoicho Ando 2 Turn in seating, lighting, theatrical planning study 4 9/13 Auditorium design - Modeling. Build a computer or physical scale model of the design and develop the detailed acoustical features of the room. Principles and Applications of Room Acoustics, Lothar Cremer Concert and Opera Houses: Music, Acoustics and Architecture, Leo Beranek Chapter 1 Egan Chapter 3 Long Chapter 22 Mehta, Johnson and Rocafort Chapters Turn in reverberation time estimate and finish material selections 5 9/20 Continue with model study Long Chapters Mehta, Johnson and Rocafort Chapters ARC 6642 G Gary W. Siebein Page 2

3 Beranek Chapters 2 and 4 Halls for Musical Performance, Hoffman, Storch and Foulkes 4 Turn in initial model study 6 9/27 Continue with model study. Long Chapter 17 Beranek Chapter 5 Auditorium Acoustics and Architectural Design, Michael Barron 7 10/4 Auditorium design - sound reinforcement. Select components and develop a design for a speech reinforcement system for the auditorium. Prepare a riser diagram of the system and a concept statement of how the system will function. Layout loudspeaker coverage in plan and section. 5 Turn in results of auditorium design and room acoustics study for grade. Egan Chapter 7 Long Chapter 18 Mehta, Johnson and Rocafort Chapter 16 NOISE CONTROL DESIGN 8 10/11 Noise control - Select noise criteria (NC) and room criteria (RC) for background noise levels in all rooms in the building. Estimate the required sound transmission loss of critical floor/ceiling and wall assemblies. Select appropriate construction assemblies for walls, floors, etc. based on this analysis. Egan Chapter 4 Long Chapters 9 and 10 Mehta, Johnson and Rocafort Chapters 5, 6 and 8 Handbook of Acoustical Measurements and Noise Control, Harris, Chapters Turn in initial sound system design 9 10/18 Sound transmission loss and STC ratings of assemblies - analyze acoustical zoning of rooms in the building. Determine STC ratings and construction assemblies required to achieve design NC levels in rooms. 7 Turn in octave band TL calculations for critical assemblies with assemblies selected 10 10/25 Noise control - HVAC noise. Estimate the required sound attenuation required in one of the major air handling units in the building. Egan Chapter 5 Long Chapters 13 and 14 Mehta, Johnson and Rocafort Chapter 9 Harris Chapters 35, 41-44, 45 A Practical Guide to Noise and Vibration Control for HVAC Systems, Schaffer. ASHRAE Applications Handbook Chapter 47 8 Turn in acoustical zoning study, STC ratings for assemblies and assemblies selected 11 11/1 Architectural and Mechanical Systems Noise control continued Application of Manufacturers Sound Data, Ebbing and Blazier Noise and Vibration Control in Buildings, Robert S. Jones Long Chapter 11 Mehta, Johnson and Rocafort Chapter 9 9 Turn in fan noise calculation ARC 6642 G Gary W. Siebein Page 3

4 12 11/8 Noise control - Details. Develop critical details of floor/wall intersections, etc. for difficult situations. Detailing for Acoustics, Lord and Templeton. 10 Turn in AHU supply and return analysis SPECIFICATIONS AND CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS REVIEW 13 11/15 Construction Documents Review. Review the actual construction documents for the project and note areas where acoustical concerns have not yet been addressed. II Turn in results of noise control study for grade /22 Sound reinforcement - specification. Prepare a specification for the sound reinforcement system in standard CSI or Masterspec format. Acoustics: Architecture, Engineering and the Environment, Charles Salter Chapters /29 Continue with construction documents review. III Turn in construction documents review for grade /6 No class - Jury Week 17 12/13 Turn in complete project for final grade. Complete project and submit all revised assignments in a 8½" x 11" format. Several foldout 11" x 17" drawings are permitted. No rolls of drawings or sheets larger than 11" x 17" may be included. Laser quality print out at 300 dpi or greater resolution required pt. type is required for all major text elements. Brief presentations of work by students in seminar class INFORMATION Faculty: Gary W. Siebein, 156 ARCH, Electronic mail: Class meeting: Tuesdays periods 3-5 TUR 2341 Required Textbook: Egan, M. David. Architectural Acoustics. J. Ross Publishing, Fort Lauderdale: Siebein, Gary W. A Tutorial on Architectural Acoustics Available as pdf from Professor Siebein Recommended Reading: Cavanaugh, William J. and Joseph A. Wilkes, ed. Architectural Acoustics: Principles and Practice. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York : 1998/2009. American Institute of Architects. Architectural Graphic Standards. John Wiley and Sons, New York: latest edition. American Society of Heating, Refrigeration and Air-conditioning Engineers. HVAC Applications Handbook. ASHRAE, Atlanta: ARC 6642 G Gary W. Siebein Page 4

5 Ando, Yoicho. Architectural Acoustics: Blending Sound Sources, Sound Fields and Listeners. Springer-Verlag, New York: Barron, Michael. Auditorium Acoustics and Architectural Design. E & F N Spon, London: Beranek, Leo L. Concert Halls and Opera Houses: Music Acoustics and Archit4ecture. Acoustical Society of America: Woodbury, New York: latest edition. Cremer, Lothar. Principles and Applications of Room Acoustics. Elsevier: Ebbing, Charles and Warren Blazier, eds. Application of Manufacturers Sound Data. ASHRAE, Atlanta: Harris, Cyril, ed. Handbook of Acoustical Measurements and Noise Control. Acoustical Society of America, Woodbury, New York: Hoffman, Ian, Christopher Storch and Timothy Foulkes. Halls for Music Performance: Another Two Decades and Experience Acoustical Society of America, Woodbury, New York: nd Izenour, George C. Theater Design 2 edition. McGraw Hill. New York: Jones, Robert S. Noise and Vibration Control in Buildings. McGraw Hill, New York: Long, Marshall. Architectural Acoustics. Elsevier Academic Press, Burlington, MA: Lord, Peter and Duncan Templeton. Detailing for Acoustics. E & F N Spon, London: Mehta, Madan, James Johnson and Jorge Rocafort. Architectural Acoustics: Principles and Design. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Salter, Charles. Acoustics: Architecture, Engineering and the Environment. William Stout Publishers, San Francisco: Schaffer, Mark. A Practical Guide to Noise and Vibration Control Design for HVAC Systems. ASHRAE, Atlanta: Yanagisawa, Takahiko. Theaters and Halls: New Concepts in Architecture and Design. Meisei Publications, Tokyo: A field trip to several performing arts centers for an extended day with attendance at an evening performance will be a required part of the class. Class work will consist of readings, applied projects, class discussions and lecture/seminar presentations. The student grade will be based on participation on a weekly basis with seminar discussions, formal submission of projects and in-class presentations of work. The standard University of Florida grading scale as described in the current edition of the Graduate Student Handbook is used in the class. The grading scale is shown below. Grading Scale Letter Grade A A- B+ B B- C+ C C- D+ D D- E Numeric Grade Quality Points Class attendance is required. ARC 6642 G Gary W. Siebein Page 5

6 Students who have excused absences based on UF policies may turn in papers and projects late with no penalties assessed. Students requesting classroom accommodation must first register with the Dean of Students Office. The Dean of Students Office will provide documentation to the student who must then provide this documentation to the Instructor when requesting accommodation. The University of Florida policies regarding academic integrity are upheld in this class. ARC 6642 G Gary W. Siebein Page 6

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