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TL

1. The ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste (East Timor). This is the code used in international transactions to and from East Timor's bank accounts.

2. A former ISO 3166-2 geocode for East Timor. This is used as an international standard for shipping to East Timor.
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The sound transmission loss (TL) is a measure of the transmission coefficient that is the fraction of the sound energy incident on a structure that is transmitted through it [6, 7]
NVH performance of carbon fiber panels can be determined with damping and sound transmission loss measurements.
An additional set of samples were analyzed for sound transmission loss, which demonstrate monolithic acoustic properties in comparison with laminated constructions demonstrating constrained layer damping properties; those acoustic enhancements can be seen in the Figure 6.
The definition of transmission loss for MIMO muffers is a straight forward extension from the SISO case.
Cummings measured the sound power using the reverberation room approach and deter mined the breakout transmission loss from the difference in measured sound powers.
According to existing problems in the transmission loss allocation strategies, it is necessary to propose a method which has a fair vision, with low computational process, and high accuracy.
21] results are also influenced by the arrangement, where the diagonal arrangement leads to higher transmission loss in comparison to parallel arrangement.
Sound transmission loss data are given in the one-third octave bands between 50 Hz and 5000 Hz.
Depending on the size of the country, transmission loss ranges from 6 to 15 per cent and commercial loss in some countries comes around 13 to 44 per cent, he explained.
The CoustiLam range provides high sound transmission loss, with sound absorbing characteristics, giving an acoustic lining material with exceptional insulation properties.
They're inside the Sound Transmission Loss Suite in the recently opened Noise and Vibration Application Research Center, a 65,000-f[t.

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