The reverberant chamber of the acoustics laboratory is 210 m3 and is mounted on springs that provide vibration isolation from the rest of the building. In a truly reverberant chamber, the energy from a noise source is diffused completely throughout the room, so that ideally the sound pressure levels would be the same everywhere. The reverberant chamber can be used to measure the sound power level of a source and absorption properties of materials.
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