Sound travels through the air as waves of minute air pressure fluctuations caused by some type of vibration. In general, sound waves travel away from the noise source as an expanding spherical surface. The energy contained in a sound wave is consequently spread over an increasing area as it travels away from the source. This results in a decrease in loudness at greater distances from the noise source.


On this page you can scroll across the images to see the progression of sound and the diagrams that become the basis for the generator of these preliminary form studies as projected to the site in Fort Worth behind the T&P Building.

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