Acoustical analysis of multipurpose hall NY computer simulation method: METU Northern Cyprus Campus Auditorium (NCCA) as a case study

Yılmaz, Tansu
In this study, impulse response of a multipurpose hall, namely METU Northern Cyprus Campus Auditorium (NCCA) is analyzed and the acoustical quality of the auditorium is evaluated. Suggestions to increase the acoustical satisfaction has been made and to overcome the probability of bass-rise caused by the noise of HVAC systems, a proposal has been made to control low frequency sounds by introducing the volume resonators for the specified frequency. For the study, Odeon, which is used effectively in computer based acoustical simulation studies, is used for the analysis part. In the analysis, a 3D drawing of the hall has been produced by the help of the exact dimensions derived from the original submission of the project by the permission of the authorities.