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NCEJ is a peer reviewed Technical journal published every two months. The papers published in NCEJ cover general topics related to noise control engineering, ranging from fundamental research to applied case studies and histories.

Noise Control Engineering Journal was previously published as Noise Control Engineering.

Publisher: Institute of Noise Control Engineering

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Volume 53, Number 3, 1 May 2005

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Overview of the theoretical development and experimental validation of blast sound-absorbing surfaces
pp. 70-80(11)
Authors: Attenborough, Keith; Schomer, Paul; van der Eerden, Frits; Vedy, Eric

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Prediction of shock waves over a sound-absorbing area
pp. 81-86(6)
Authors: Vedy, Eric; van der Eerden, Frits

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Propagation of shock waves from source to receiver
pp. 87-93(7)
Authors: van der Eerden, Frits; V├ędy, Eric

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Basic results from full-scale tests at Fort Drum
pp. 94-109(16)
Authors: Schomer, Paul; Attenborough, Keith

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Reflection of laser-generated shocks from a hard surface
pp. 110-114(5)
Authors: Hatfield, Mark; Attenborough, Keith; Qin, Qin

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