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Acoustic performance

One of the many benefits of green and vegetated roofs is associated with the role they play in reducing the sound transfer on the buildings they are installed on. The effect they have on the buildings can reduce the impact of external noise entering the building, sound exiting the building or sound affecting the structure itself, such as ‘rain hammer’. The following papers relate to acoustic performance.

Links:

H Huang, J Kang, J Sorrill, 2008, "The Measurement of the Acoustical Performance of Green Roofs"
                         
Hongseok Yang, Minsung Choi, Jian Kang, 2010, 'Laboratory study of the effects of green roof systems on noise reduction at street levels for diffracted sound.' Inter Noise June 2010, Lisbon, Portugal
                         
Hongseok Yang, Minsung Choi, Jian Kang, 2010, 'Acoustic effects of designable factors for the application of green roof systems on street-level low-profiled structures.' EuroRegio 2010, September 2010, Ljubljana, Slovenia
                    
Yuliya Smyrnova, Jian Kang, Chris Cheal, 2010. 'Laboratory test of sound absorption of vegetation.' EuroRegio 2010, September 2010, Ljubljana, Slovenia