Module of elasticity. Application on floating pavements

The dynamic stiffness of the insulating material is too low to support the linear load applied at this point, causing a high risk of impact noise transmission.

Moduli of elasticity are a measure of the stiffness of a material and are crucial in determining its ability to support loads without permanently deforming. In the context of floating floors, an adequate modulus of elasticity is vital to ensure that the floor can withstand typical loads without deteriorating the acoustic insulation. This capacity must be considered in the selection of insulating materials, such as mineral wool, to ensure that the floor maintains its acoustic insulation properties over time, especially in areas with high loads or constant traffic.