LVL - Laminated Veneer Lumber - comparable in strength to steel and concrete with all the flexibility and environmental benefits of wood
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Readily available and lightweight for its strength. Strong, sustainable and carbon capturing, wood is the greatest renewable resource
Acoustic design considerations for TTBS can be found here.
According to WoodSolutions any wall or floor which separates one dwelling from another must provide adequate resistance to the passage of sound. These sounds will either come from airborne sources - such as speech, musical instruments and loudspeakers - or impact sources, such as footsteps and the moving of furniture.
By following some basic acoustic design elements, better sound control can be provided for timber framed construction. Walls and floors which separate dwellings need to provide adequate resistance to the passage of sound.
Effective acoustic design in timber buildings can be achieved through the implementation of techniques such as:
Further resources relating to fire design for timber structure scan be found in WoodSolutions Technical Design Guide #11, Timber-framed Systems for External Noise, Technical Design Guide #37 and Mid-rise Timber Buildings.