Tutorials about Materials and Wall Types
In order to do simulations in ODEON, all surfaces in the room need to get acoustics properties. In the material list you can choose absorption coefficients from our material library and add scattering. You can also add transparency or transmission for the surfaces.
Material List Part 1: Overview
Overview of the Material List and the options you have there.
Material List Part 2: Material Libraries
The Material Libraries is the absorption coefficient for a huge range of materials available in ODEON.
Material List Part 3: Surface List (Scattering and transparency)
Set absorption coefficients manually, set scattering and set transparency.
Material List Part 4: Quick Estimate
Make a quick (not that accurate) estimate during the setting of material, in order to follow the development of the acoustics in relation to the material.
Material List Part 5: Transmission
You can use ODEON for transmission cases, where you want to include the transmission through walls from one room to another.
Material library data
How to create a spreadsheet from which acoustic absorption data can be imported into the room acoustic simulation software ODEON. And how to import from this spredsheet into the material library.
Diffraction of wall types
A video on when to use fractional, exterior or normal wall types to compensate for curved surfaces modelled as many plane surfaces or detailes that are not actually in the room model. see how ODEON looks differently on exterior and interior surfaces in a room.
How to add sound transmission as a reduction index [ISO 140, part 4] in 1/3 octave bands to single or double walls in ODEON for calculation of the resulting room acoustics with transmission of sound. Receiver grids are not available in Odeon Basics.