Statistical Energy Analysis (SEA) is a technique that allows the analysis of complex problems that are not amenable to classical solutions. SEA was developed in the 1960s to assist in the design of spacecraft. Since then, it has been used to solve all manner of problems associated with vibration and acoustics. `Sound Transmission Through Buildings Using Statistical Energy Analysis' by Robert J. M. Craik is a book on the application of SEA to building acoustics. It provides a valuable reference source for postgraduate and professional practitioners working in the building acoustics field.
|Journal||Noise and Vibration Worldwide|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 1996|