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    Bhausaheb Vartak Polytechnic Year 2013-14 Page 1 A Project Report On DESIGN OF SEMINAR HALL Submitted as per Requirement of Maharashtra state board of technical education Towards partial fulfilment of Sixth Semester in Diploma in Construction Technology Submitted by RUSH BH H SH H Under the guidance of PROF. SALIL P. DESHPANDE Department of CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY Vidyavardhini’s Bhausaheb Vartak Polytechnic, Vasai Road  Academic Year 2013-2014    Bhausaheb Vartak Polytechnic Year 2013-14 Page 2 Index SR NO TOPIC PAGE NO 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1Objectives 1.2 Seminar hall: Seminar hall 1.3 Auditoriums 1.4 Entrances  3 2 LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Seminar hall rooms 2.2 The seminar hall interior 2.3 Seats 2.4 Projection screen(s) 2.5 Walls and ceiling 2.6 Doors 2.7 Electrical, telecommunications and audiovisual services 2.8 Fire prevention  8 3 ACOUSTICS 3.1 General 3.2 Velocity of sound 3.3 Frequency and intensity of sound 3.4 Timbre 3.5 Influence of environment 3.6 Defects due to reflected sound 3.7 Factors affecting the acoustic design of the seminar hall 3.8 defects in a seminar hall and their remedies  51 4 CASE STUDY 76 5 CONCLUSION 87 6 FUTURE SCOPE 89 7 REFERENCES 91    Bhausaheb Vartak Polytechnic Year 2013-14 Page 3 LIST OF TABLES TABLE 1  –   SOUND VELOCITIES IN DIFFERENT MEDIUMS TABLE 2- SOME TYPICAL SOUND LEVELS TABLE 3- MATRIX TYPES OF SEATING IN DIFFERENT ROOMS TABLE 4- TEACHING STATION TABLE 5  –   ROOM CAPACITY LIST OF FIGURES FIGURE 2.1 - INSTRUCTOR WORKSTATION FIGURE 4.1  –   SEMINAR HALL 4.2- MODIFIED SEMINAR HALL    CH 1 INTRODUCTION  DESIGN OF SEMINAR HALL Bhausaheb Vartak Polytechnic Year 2013-14 Page 5 1   INTRODUCTION Seminar hall rooms are designed to facilitate interaction and face-to-face discussion amongstudents and instructor in small classes, usually fewer than 20 students. These rooms sometimesare used also as for departmental meetings or conferences. Design guidelines for specific considerations such as doorway entrances, hallways, acoustics, finishes, and air ventilation and circulation, etc. are similar to the measures outlined in This guidance for the design of learning environments was developed by a multi-disciplinary team. The team included campus planners, architects, anaudio-visual system expert, and a senior faculty member who have extensive experience inthe design of many different kinds of rooms where learning takes place. The team solicitedinputs from faculty, staff, and students in all of the departments of the college, mechanical andelectrical engineers, and consultants involved with design of hundreds of seminar hall. Our primary reason for asking you to read this guidance is to convey the lessons learned andhelp you avoid “reinventing the wheel” as design of future p rojects  proceeds. We areconfident this will expedite the design process and create better learning environments. Objectives Our program to upgrade learning environments has the following objectives:    Encourage interactive learning    Provide comfortable seating with larger work surfaces    Add multi-media audio-visual systems with good sight lines    Provide a link to the Internet from every learning room    Improve access for all persons    Improve functional relationships    Increase flexibility to respond to future needs    Increase seminar hall use rates
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