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Noise prediction: Dynasonics

April 9, 2012
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Dynasonics-04-09-12-body.jpgDynasonics has announced the development of its Acoustics Information Model (AIM) Software, which is a free noise prediction tool.  AIM is designed to model the amount of noise that reaches individual spaces within a building project through the mechanical systems.

The new Dynasonics software uses sound data projected through HVAC system components, noise control accessories and architectural elements to predict background noise levels.  It includes built-in library functionality to allow users to create and maintain databases of acoustic information.

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