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Publications


1. D.Olynyk and T.D. Northwood “Comparison of Reverberation-Room and Impedance-Tube Absorption Measurements” Journal of Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 36, No. 11, 2171 – 2174, November 1964

2. D.Olynyk and T.D. Northwood “Subjective Judgments of Footstep-Noise Transmission through Floors” Journal of Acoustical Society of America, Vol. 38, No. 6, 1035 – 1039, December 1965

3. D.Olynyk ”Impact Sound Transmission Tests on a Concrete Slab Floor with Various Surface Constructions” Building Research Note 59, July 1967, Division of Building Research, National Research Council, Ottawa

4. D.Olynyk and T.D Northwood “Assessment of Footstep Noise through Wood-Joist and Concrete Floors” Journal of Acoustical Society of America. Vol. 43, No. 4, 730 – 733, April 1968

5. D.Olynyk “Sound insulations of Some Window Construction” Technical Note 526, November 1968, Division of Building Research, National Research Council, Ottawa

6. M.Sc. Thesis “Diffusion in Reverberation Room Acoustics” 1970 Institute of Sound and Vibration Research, University of Southampton, U.K.

7. M.G. Faulkner and D. Olynyk “A New Acoustic Test Facility in Western Canada, Technical Evaluation” Acoustics and Noise Control in Canada July 1976
Mission:
Enhancing the quality of life by applying acoustical engineering to reduce noise that annoys and make good sound abound.

Design:
Architectural drawings are reviewed to ensure that appropriate sound and noise criteria are met. Such planning reduces the need for costly corrective measures.

Remediation:
When noise complaints arise it is usually necessary to carry out sound testing and measurement in order to define the noise problem and recommend remedial measures.