Wednesday, February 26, 1986 4:00 p.m.
Joiner-Rose Group, Inc.
There are two general classes of noise: loud and louder. Most engineers, architects, and faculty managers will encounter noise at some time in their careers. It is important to realize that most noise can be controlled by paying close attention to basic building and land planning techniques and taking other precautions. Noise control is not a magical art but a relatively new field of engineering and architecture. The speaker, a registered professional engineer in Texas and a noise and vibration control specialist, will discuss several aspects of noise and vibration control in the “real world”. Questions are invited.