Environmental Acoustics Laboratory

Y. Yasuda

Yosuke Yasuda
(Professor)

Office: 6-407 Ext.: 3373

e-mail:  yyasuda@kanagawa-u.ac.jp

03/2004, Ph.D. Environ, Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo

03/2001, M. Environ., Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo

03/1999, B. Eng., Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

Research Field

Architectural Environmental Engineering, Architectural Acoustics, Noise Control Engineering.

Research Overview

Contribution to creating better architectural and acoustic environments.

Research Subjects

Development of numerical simulation methods for acoustic design inside and outside buildings, development of sound insulation systems for floor impact sound, modeling of acoustic materials and structures, noise propagation prediction.

Introduction:

In the field of architecture, it is important to consider the quality of space and quality of life (QOL) continuously. Our laboratory is engaged in environmental acoustics research, which is a field in architectural environmental engineering that is closely related to QOL. Our projects include the development of numerical simulation methods for acoustic design and noise control; prediction of a variety of sound fields; understanding and modeling acoustic characteristics of building members; and assessment of noise propagation. We have focused on developing highly efficient wave-based numerical simulation methods, because the spaces dealt with in the field of architectural acoustics are so large that computational costs for highly accurate wave-based numerical analyses are high. Recently, we have studied the development of sound insulation systems for floor impact sound, which can be a big problem in apartment buildings.

Publications
  • 1) Y. Yasuda, et al., "Applicability of locally reacting boundary conditions to porous material layer backed by rigid wall: wave-based numerical study in non-diffuse sound field with unevenly distributed sound absorbing surfaces," Appl. Acoust., 113, 45-57 (2016).
  • 2) Y. Yasuda, et al., “Development of high-sound-insulation double floor system with Helmholtz resonators: investigation into sound insulation characteristics based on two-particle model [in Japanese],” J. Environ. Eng., AIJ., 79 (698), 313–322 (2014).
  • 3) Y. Yasuda, et al., “Efficient technique in low-frequency fast multipole boundary element method for plane-symmetric acoustic problems,” Eng. Anal. Bound. Elem., 36, 1493–1501 (2012).
  • 4) Y. Yasuda, et al., “Fast multipole boundary element method for low-frequency acoustic problems based on a variety of formulations,” J. Comput. Acoust., 18, 363–395 (2010).
  • 5) Y. Yasuda, et al., “Numerical and experimental studies on the effects of stage risers,” Appl. Acoust., 70, 588–594 (2009).
Affiliated Academic Organizations

Architectural Institute of Japan, Acoustical Society of Japan, Institute of Noise Control Engineering of Japan.

Current members
◯ Professors: 1 ◯ Postgraduates: 3
◯ Undergraduates: 8

Number of alumni: Postgraduates: 3; Undergraduates: 56

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