Unexplained building noises can range from small irritations to startling booms. Where are they coming from and what is causing them? What do you do if your building develops a snap, crackle, or pop?
In this episode of WJE's Solving for Why series, WJE engineer Bob Hannen explains how a series of accelerometers and a proprietary vibration monitoring program can be used to triangulate the source of bothersome or mysterious building noises.
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