This talk looks at the basic approaches to designs of attenuation equipment and methods of application of these items when used for various ventilation situations found in engineering practice.
Ken is a Member of the Institute of Acoustics and the London Mathematical Society with original training in mechanical engineering and mathematics.
Ken originally worked on an image intensifier system for the Anglo-Australian telescope with Alec Boksenberg later director of Greenwich Observatory. He joined the Serck Group and worked in environmental engineering research and produced designs for a range acoustic attenuation equipment. Ken joined CHAM a fluid mechanics modelling consultancy run by Professor. B. Spalding. He then ran own consultancy ICTC Ltd. where the following areas of work were undertaken. Sound level surveys for planning, demolition and construction, industrial noise problems, establishing sound power levels of equipment items, acceptance testing of new builds, plantrooms. Acoustics and vibration relation to Off-shore oil platform design, on-shore process plant design.
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