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authors Turner, James A. and Hall, Theodore W.
year 1990
title An Application of Geometric Modeling and Ray Tracing to the Visual and Acoustical Analysis of a Municipal Open-Air Auditorium
source From Research to Practice edited by J. Peter Jordan, pp. 173-185, Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture
summary The APRL of The University of Michigan was recently contracted to develop geometric models of a large open-air auditorium on the Detroit River to facilitate computer aided visual and acoustical analysis. This paper is a summary of the approaches taken to construct solid and surface models of the auditorium, and to develop general software for acoustical simulation. The project was a cooperative effort between: faculty and students of the APRL; Kent L. Hubbell Architects, a local architecture office; Robert Darvas Associates, a local structural engineering firm; and OC Birdair.
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email turner@umich.edu
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