2020
DOI: 10.1590/s1678-86212020000200397
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Abstract: Studies conducted up to the present moment by researchers around the world show that the evaluation of impact noise depends both on the combined system of floor and on the type of impact source used in measurements. This implies that a particular solution for reducing the impact sound pressure level could work with great efficiency when using a tapping machine and not work so well when using a different impact noise source. The objective of this study is to discuss the performance of materials against the stan… Show more

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“…The results in Figures 12 to 15 are consistent with the studies that highlighted the importance of using resilient materials in order to obtain greater insulation from impact noise in floor systems (HOPKINS, 2012;OLIVEIRA et al, 2021;PANOSSO;PAUL, 2020;XAVIER;FERREIRA, 2020). When analyzing the samples with floating floor (S13 to S39), it was observed that there was a decay of sound levels from the 160 Hz band in all samples.…”
Section: Resultssupporting
confidence: 83%