Our daily soundscape is a cacophony of earsplitting jets, motorcycles, and construction sites. Engineers know how to eliminate and control noise, but other countries are ahead of the U.S. when it comes to keeping the quiet - with related health benefits.
What to know from the "INCE Building Acoustics Webinar"
The latest issue of the Noise Control Engineering Journal (NCEJ), Volume 70 Number 5 for September-October 2022 has been released. Take a look!
Along with the issue there is 1 book review:
INCE-USA is seeking an additional instructor for its Noise Control Engineering courses, offered asynchronously and online, designed for individual working in industry or government that would like a more thorough background in noise control engineering than can be offered in short courses. For more information, click to read the full announcement.
NRMCA, in conjunction with Acentech, has produced a new guide that compiles the available data regarding the acoustical properties of concrete construction into one place. This guide is free and can be accessed here via the NRMCA website.
Individuals and Organizations Recognized for their Contributions to Noise Control.
The NOISE-CON 2022 Proceedings are now available from the INCE digital library. The library can be accessed either through My INCE or https://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/ince. Access to the library is free to all INCE-USA members. Non-members may purchase papers for $15+tax. All INTER-NOISE and NOISE-CON conference papers are available from 1971 to 2022.
With his MIDI keyboard and INCE 2022 student scholarship in hand, Sam Underwood is out to change the world of acoustical engineering.
The latest issue of the Noise Control Engineering Journal (NCEJ), Volume 70 Number 4 for July-August 2022 has been released. Take a look!
Along with the issue there are 2 book reviews: