Alerts and Events: Meetings
These postings are provided to help publicize and provide examples of the efforts of affiliated groups and individuals related to industrial wind energy development. Most of the notices posted here are not the product of nor are they necessarily endorsed by National Wind Watch.
The Eighth International Conference on Wind Turbine Noise will be held in Lisbon, June 12-14, 2019. The conference will be held at the Altis Grand Hotel, Rua Castilho, 11, which is within walking distance of the popular areas of Baixa, Chiado and Bairro Alto. Our two main conference spaces are “Europa” and “Londres”.
Wind Turbine Noise 2017 May 2-5, 2017 Willem Burger Complex, De Doelen, Rotterdam, Netherlands Download program (topics) Download post-conference report by Dick Bowdler
Meetings, Noise, Research, Scotland, Technology •
Source: Institute of Noise Control Engineering—Europe
Wind Turbine Noise 2015 – 6th International Conference – INCE Europe Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow, Scotland | 20 – 23 April 2015 Presentations – oral, poster or part of a workshop session: Building integrated wind turbines: Noise, vibration and energy potential analysis – Dymock, Dance & Day The DTU Wind Energy WTN Test Facility – Bradley, Mikkelsen & Legg On the noise prediction of a serrated DU96 airfoil using the Lattice Boltzmann Method – van der Velden et al Experimental comparison of solid . . .
Europe, Meetings, Noise, Technology •
Source: European Wind Energy Association
9-10 December 2014, Malmö, Sweden The second edition of EWEA’s technology workshop on wind turbine sound will take place from 9 o 10 December 2014 in in Malmö, Sweden. The 2014 EWEA sound workshop will have common threads running through the different sessions. These threads are: Amplitude modulation (AM/OAM) Low-frequency sounds (LFS) Sound levels Tones In relation with these threads, the workshop will cover the following topics: Human perception of sound National guidelines on noise Real-world sound measurements Wind farm . . .
“The Mendip Windfarm Song” is aimed at highlighting the proliferation of proposals for wind turbines across the West Country and furthermore the entire UK, disregarding the views of the local communities they are imposed upon. The song was penned after hearing of a proposed 66m turbine in the quiet village of Laverton, near Norton St Philip where the band’s HQ is based and news of the song has led to huge support for its release. A spokesman for the band . . .
The next conference in the Low Frequency Noise series will be in Berlin, Germany. Dates: 29 September 2014 – 1 October 2014 Submission Deadlines Submission of Abstract: 1 May 2014 Final Papers: 14 July 2014 If you wish your paper to be refereed for the Proceedings it must be received by: 9 June 2014 Suggested Topics Sources of infrasound, low frequency noise and vibration Wind turbines as a source of infrasound and low frequency noise, measurements and effects Detection, measurement . . .
Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow, Scotland Date: Monday 20th April to Thursday 23rd April 2015 This is the sixth of the biennial international conferences on Wind Turbine Noise. Many of us thought, when Geoff Leventhall opened his first conference in Berlin in 2005, that by 2015 all the noise issues with wind turbines would have been solved and the conferences would no longer be necessary. The opposite is true and last year’s conference, held unusually outside Europe, attracted nearly 200 . . .