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TUD COST Action TU0901
Integrating and Harmonizing Sound Insulation Aspects in Sustainable Urban Housing Constructions

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The main objective of the Action is to harmonise the descriptors for airborne and impact sound insulation between dwellings and for airborne sound insulation of facades as well as to prepare a European classification scheme with a number of quality classes. In Europe, regulatory requirements concerning acoustic performance of buildings differ widely in performance descriptors and limit values. The diversity (indicators, steps between classes, grade of quietness achieved, etc.) found in the nine existing national schemes and proposals in three more countries is an obstacle for exchange of experience, development and trade. The harmonization of such descriptors and performance levels of sound insulation classes is important to make progress and would be well received by the building industry, governments and research sectors. The Action will stimulate innovation, support sustainability through simplified research and development objectives, reduce trade barriers between Member States and facilitate marketing. Coordination of research activity, knowledge transfer, psychoacoustic evaluation, collection of data of typical and high performance acoustic solutions is necessary to make progress.


General Information*

Chair of the Action:

Ms Birgit RASMUSSEN (DK)

Vice Chair of the Action:

Dr MarĂ­a MACHIMBARRENA (ES)

DC Rapporteurs:

Dr Metka SITAR (SI)

Science officer of the Action:

Mr Ralph STUEBNER

Administrative officer of the Action:

Ms Rose CRUZ SANTOS

Downloads*

Action Fact Sheet

Download AFS as .RTF

Memorandum of Understanding

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Annual Progress Conference Report

Download Annual Progress Conference Report as PDF

Progress Report

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Websites*

Action website:

http://www.costtu0901.eu/

Domain website:

http://www.cost.eu/tud

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