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INSULATION OF BUILDINGS AGAINST HIGHWAY NOISE

FHWA-TS-77-202

BY
Bruce A. Davy
Steven R. Skale

WYLE RESEARCH

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION
Office of Environmental Policy

ACKNOWLEDGMENT

The authors wish to express their appreciation for the contributions of several people who were associated with the development of this manual. In particular/ we would like to thank John R. Schultz at FHWA-Office of Development; his technical advisory panel consisting of Dr. Timothy Barry at FHWA-Office of Research, Charles Grant at FHWA-Office of Environmental Policy, and Kenneth Overturf at FHWA-Office of Engineering; and Curtis I. Holmer of the National Bureau of Standards for their continuing guidance and suggestions.

Significant contributions were also made by colleagues on the Wyle Research Staff. Deputy Research Director Louis C. Sutherland, Research Manager Matha M. Miller, and Deputy Director for Acoustics Ben H. Sharp provided valuable review during drafting of the manual . Gary E. Mange developed the EWNR concept utilized in the manual . Stephen A. Bush contributed the material on economics included in Chapter 5. William R. Fuller assisted in preparing the appendices and examples, and Robert Johnson provided the graphics that appear in the text.

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