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Evaluation of green walls as a passive acoustic insulation system for buildings
Greenery on buildings is being consolidated as an interesting way to improve the quality of life in urban environments. Among the benefits that are associated with greenery systems for buildings, such as energy savings, biodiversity support, and storm-water control, there is also noise attenuation. Despite the fact that green walls are one of the most promising building greenery systems, few studies of their sound insulation potential have been conducted. In addition, there are different typesdoi:10.1016/j.apacoust.2014.09.010 fatcat:bje3wi4tczc5pe2c5nc5xxbpx4