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Old 18th September 2020 | Show parent
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Originally Posted by avare View Post
The panes are so close they almost act as single pane of total mass. Slightly paraphrasing Kyle go for for the deepest and thickest, Laminated would give additional isolation

The triple leaf equations in a slightly more legible form are in Vinokur (attached) and Long Architectural Acoustics. Vinokur fig. 7 shows the similarity closely spaced panes.
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How would one determine if the leafs are close enough together they act almost like a single mass, or far enough apart that the resonance is low enough that the 3 leaf situation isn't an issue?

In these cases, would you use the calcs for MAM or still use 3 leaf math, when adding the additional leaf?

Sorry if im muddying the thread.