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I know there is a problem with some of my permalinks. I’m working on it. Fixed.
I-95 work floors homeowner: “She is absolutely certain because the damage appeared after a day of pile-driving on the $68 million highway-widening project, just a couple hundred feet away from her Holly Drive home. ” Of course I have no direct knowledge of the facts in this case, but I would be curious to know if the pile driving is really to blame.
Who’d a thunk it? I actually becoming a fan of finite element methods for acoustical analyses. It can give you all kinds of useful results. (not that I didn’t already know this - whenever we had to perform a FE analysis in school, they always made us do by hand, and let’s just say that left me with a not-so-favorable impression with that particular type of analysis. Turns out that when you get to actually use a computer to assist you, it’s much easier.)