%0 Journal Article
	%A Bouttout Abdelouahab and  Amara Mohamed and  Djakabe Saad and  Remram Youcef
	%D 2013
	%B World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology
	%I International Science Index 83, 2013
	%T Evaluation of the Acoustic Performance of Classrooms in Algerian Teaching Schools
	%U https://publications.waset.org/pdf/17319
	%V 83
	%X This paper presents the results of an evaluation of acoustic comfort such as background noise and reverberation time in teaching rooms in Height National School of Civil Engineering, Algeria. Four teaching rooms are evaluated: conference room, two classroom and amphitheatre. The acoustic quality of the classrooms has been analyzed based on measurements of sound pressure level inside room and reverberations time. The measurement results show that impulse decays dependent on the position of the microphone inside room and the background noise is with agreement of National Official Journal of Algeria published in July 1993. Therefore there exists a discrepancy between the obtained reverberation time value and recommended reverberation time in some classrooms. Three methods have been proposed to reduce the reverberation time values in such room. We developed a program with FORTRAN 6.0 language based on the absorption acoustic values of the Technical Document Regulation (DTR C3.1.1). The important results of this paper can be used to regulate the construction and execute the acoustic rehabilitations of teaching room in Algeria, especially the classrooms of the pupils in primary and secondary schools.

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