Continuing Education Units (CEUs) - Acoustics A-Z

Acoustics A-Z: Products & Applications for Architectural & Industrial Noise Problems

Unwanted sound can become more than a mere annoyance. Excess noise has been found to increase stress and distraction, reduce learning and productivity, and even lead to hypertension and permanent hearing loss. This course presents an overview of how sound is described and measured and discusses the many industrial and architectural products available to control noise in virtually any environment.

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