原文：The acoustics are the most important criteria for success for the new Opera House. It has therefore been a primary objective that the acoustics in the Main auditorium shall be at least as good or better than the best of comparable auditoriums in Northern Europe. Experience shows that a horseshoe form is the best design for achieving optimum acoustics in an opera theatre, which is why the design was adopted for the Main auditorium. Materials are also important for tone and timbre. Modern preference is for timbre, where music is prioritized over song and speech. In the Main auditorium, the objective is to achieve a resonant solution that meets requirements of reverberance, early decay time and loudness. This will not preclude the adaptability of the auditorium to meet other acoustic requirements in settings such as musicals and concerts. In order to achieve these objectives, all acoustic conditions have been subjected to in depth studies using physical and digital models.
99元译文：The report points out that, in 2011 though delivery quantity of new ships shrank compared with last year, under the influence of weak shipping transport demand recovery, the proportion of market supply and demand increased more, meanwhile due to the effect of slow global economy growth, fierce shipping enterprise competition, continuous entrance of shipper enterprise to transport market and so on factors, the transport price fell into a freezing point and the whole market operation worked slowly. Under such a depressed circumstance of transport price, shipping enterprises also face disadvantages like the large increase of oil price, continuous growth of business management cost, constant outflow of international hot money from shipping area and shortage of enterprise cash flow, which leads to a sharp decrease of enterprise operation profit. Enterprises are universally in serious deficit, and some of them have already applied for bankruptcy protection, or even have bankrupted.
头等舱译文：It is also noted that despite the YoY reduction in the delivery of new ships, the supply/demand ratio of the markets further went up due to the weak recovery of shipping needs in 2011. Meanwhile, under the influence of global economic slowdown, fiercer competitions of liners and influx of cargo owners into the markets, the freight rate plumbed its depth and the markets remained sluggish on the whole. To cap it all, liners were facing the huge rise of oil prices, the increasing expenditures of corporate management, the withdrawal of international hot money from shipping industry, and the shortage of cash flow. As a result, most of these companies recorded plummeting profits or severe loss, and some of them had filed for bankruptcy protection or fallen into liquidation.