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NoiseCad - Main characteristics

  • Predicting the behavior of soundproofing components using the law of mass concepts and the MIP (Method of Impedance Progressive)
  • Calculations adapted to the latest regulations:
    • D.P.C.M. December 5, 1997: determination of passive acoustic building requirements to contain the human exposure to noise
    • UNI EN 12354-1 (November 2002): Insulation from airborne noise between rooms
    • UNI EN 12354-2 (November 2002): Impact sound between rooms
    • UNI EN 12354-3 (November 2002): Soundproofing against noise from outside by air
    • Materials database date with the acoustic data (Young's modulus, Poisson's Ratio, Internal loss factor, Dynamic rigidity, and Specific resistance to flow)
    • Pre-compiled structure availability on the basis of certified technical sales of individual producers
  • Object databases that create continuity solutions in the separation elements (air intake grilles, fans etc.).
  • Building graphical input
  • Sharing integral input to the Law 10 module (the same graphical input, same store facilities etc.)
  • Automatic detection of acoustic bridges (joints) both horizontal and vertical
  • Architectural elements automatic detection of the room objects to verification (bordering other building units and/or with the outside)
  • Automatic detection of acoustic paths
  • Print the room by room report in RTF format

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