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September 17, 2021
Indian Researcher Develops Noise Control Sheet Absorber by Mimicking Bee Hives

An Indian researcher has fabricated paper honeycomb and stronger polymer honeycomb structure as sound-absorbing panels that dissipate acoustic energy to low-frequency ranges. The technology can be used in building acoustics and also as environmental noise control solution.

September 7, 2021
The Future of Shape Memory Alloys for Aircraft Landing Noise Reduction

As air traffic is projected to increase dramatically over the next decade, reducing noise pollution becomes an even more necessary and demanding challenge. Decades of research have been dedicated to reducing the noise of an aircraft's engine but have tended to neglect the noise caused by the airframe during landing.

Living Legends
August 31, 2021
Living Legends

In this episode of The Noise News, a podcast brought to you by NNI, our host Eoin King is joined today by Dr. Jim Thompson. Dr. Thompson is the current editor of the Noise Control Engineering Journal and Past President of INCE-USA. Dr. Thompson shares his 40 years of experience with us, and shares career advice to those on planning to join the industry.

INCE Member Spotlight
August 27, 2020
INCE Member Spotlight: Felicia Doggett

Is Philadelphia the "City of Brotherly Love" — or the "City of Really Annoying Swimmers?"
Founder and CEO of Metropolitan Acoustics Felicia Doggett Answers This Question and More in This Quarter's INCE Member Spotlight.

NCEJ Volume 69, Issue 4 Released with 1 Book Review
August 24, 2021
NCEJ Volume 69, Issue 4 Released with 1 Book Review

The latest issue of the Noise Control Engineering Journal (NCEJ), Volume 69 Number 4 for July-August, 2021 has been released. Take a look!

Along with the issue there is 1 book review:

NCEJ Volume 69, Issue 3 Released with 1 Book Review
July 1, 2021
NCEJ Volume 69, Issue 3 Released with 1 Book Review

The latest issue of the Noise Control Engineering Journal (NCEJ), Volume 69 Number 3 for May-June, 2021 has been released. Take a look!

Along with the issue there is 1 book review:

June 25, 2021
Pioneering material gives unprecedented control on sound and noise, to be trialed in hospitals

A pioneering material that gives unprecedented control on sound and noise is to be trialed in hospitals and other noisy locations such as beside motorways. The technology allows scientists to turn plastic sheets into powerful noise-cancelling panels with the same noise-reduction effect of as two inches of plywood but weighing four to six times less.

May 6, 2021
EVENT: Upcoming INCE-Europe E-Conference, Wind Turbine Noise 2021

WIND TURBINE NOISE 2021, May 18 -  21st, 2021

This is the 9th conference in this wind turbine noise series. 50 presentations and discussions over 4 days Technical sessions, starting at 1 PM each day (Central Europe Summer Time), over 130 participants from 25 countries registered so far.

For more information on the conference including registration: https://www.windturbinenoise.eu/content/conferences/9-wind-turbine-noise-2021/

NCEJ Volume 69, Issue 2 Released with 1 Book Review
April 23, 2021
NCEJ Volume 69, Issue 2 Released with 1 Book Review

The latest issue of the Noise Control Engineering Journal (NCEJ), Volume 69 Number 2 for March-April, 2021 has been released. Take a look!

Along with the issue there is 1 book review:

INCE-USA Donation Supports Science and Math Center in New Orleans
April 13, 2021
INCE-USA Donation Supports Science and Math Center in New Orleans

INCE-USA has donated $1,000 from proceeds generated at it’s annual conference, NOISE-CON 2020 (NC2020), to the Foundation for Science and Mathematics Education in New Orleans.

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