After passing the course, the student:
- Knows acoustic and fire protection concepts
- Can translate central fire protection requirements and acoustic principles into common building objects and issues
- Can assess fire risks in buildings
- Understands how to influence acoustic properties in a building
- Know how to make a noise measurement
Fire protection rules
Basics in acoustics, as well as questions about step sound, reverberation time, vibration and air sound insulation
Noise protection outdoors
Can determine fire class, and find out the most central requirements for surface material, area, maximum number of personnel, supporting structures, sectioning and clearance. Know what building acoustic measurements consist of.
Familiar with the different fire classes for buildings and know which factors primarily influence the choice of fire class as well as the basic principles of building acoustics and outdoor noise.
Can perform a simple sectioning and fire classification for an object and choose solutions for noise protection.
Can determine fire class, and find out what requirements are placed on surface material, area, maximum number of personnel, supporting structures, sectioning and clearance. Can choose a solution to secure acoustically satisfactory solutions and motivate the choice, and know what acoustic measurements can provide.
Knows content in fire regulations and understands key principles in building acoustics and outdoor noise
Can translate key fire requirements and acoustic principles into common problems and objects,
Master fire protection design. Able to translate results of acoustic measurements and construct various building engineering solutions to ensure good acoustics.
Is familiar with the central fire regulations and can apply the principles of building acoustics and planning
Able to translate fire requirements and acoustic principles into common problems and objects, taking into account function, durability, aesthetics and economy.