Publications

I-INCE reports

The following TSG reports have been published, and are available on the I-INCE web site:

Noise/News International (NNI)

Description

Noise/News International (ISSN 1021-643X) is a quarterly news magazine published jointly by the International Institute of Noise Control Engineering and the Institute of Noise Control Engineering of the USA., Inc. Noise/News International is distributed to the Member Societies of I-INCE and to the members of INCE/USA as a member benefit.

EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE:
Other Enquires:
Editorial Panel of Noise/News International
NNI List of feature articles

INCE Conference Papers - Online

All of the papers published in the proceedings of Noise-Con Conferences and INTER-NOISE Congresses held from 1971 to current are available online at http://ince.publisher.ingentaconnect.com/content/ince/. It provides easy access to leading papers in the field of noise control. It is continually updated and its search tools help optimize the time used to find relevant papers and authors. It helps subscribers find suitable articles and leading researchers, in particular practitioners and new researchers, for research, contacts and documentation, and assists authors in building up their network. Searches may be conducted by author, words in paper titles or INCE subject classification numbers as keywords. All national acoustic associations that are I-INCE Member Societies have free access and can download papers.

For more information:

Noise Control Engineering Journal (NCEJ)

Noise Control Engineering Journal is the refereed journal of the Institute of Noise Control Engineering of the USA, Inc. and is published bimonthly. Technical papers and book reviews are welcome. All contributions shall contain the results of experiments or measurements to quantify the effects of noise or demonstrate an engineering solution to a noise or vibration problem; they may combine theoretical and experimental information. Experiments may include computer simulations. It is also produced with the participation and assistance of the Korean Society of Noise and Vibration (KSNVE).

For more details visit the NCEJ webpage.