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Noise & Vibration: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

  • Principal Associate, Managing Director (Acoustics)
  • 01.02.2024
  • Principal Associate, Managing Director (Acoustics)

Ros will address the many issues that can arise through not considering acoustics, noise and vibration.

The webinar will cover building failures, nuisance and personal injuries (such as vibration white finger and acoustic shock), including specific examples of what issues can arise and how expensive or problematic they can be to resolve.

She will also look at some of the interesting tools used by acoustics engineers in uncovering the root cause of such incidents.

Loudspeaker on a cracked white wall


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