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Black holes as noise traps

2022-05-13 11:45:11
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Quelle: Swiss Federal Council

Dübendorf, St, writes the Swiss Federal Council.

Gallen und Thun, 13.05.2022 - Anyone who lives in an old building with wooden floors knows the problem: Even if the neighbors from above glide across the floor with graceful elegance, it sounds as if you were living under a bowling alley. Impact sound is a challenge even for the most modern wooden buildings.

Scientists at Empa are now tinkering with a solution. Dr.

Stefan SchönwaldAcoustics / Noise ControlPhone: +41 58 765 6579Stefan.Schoenwald@empa.ch.

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