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    posted:  January 19, 2021
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    Source:  INCE Europe

    Ninth International Meeting on Wind Turbine Noise: accepted abstracts

    Wind Turbine Noise 2021 May 18-21, 2021 e-Conference from Europe: Ninth International Conference on Wind Turbine Noise Accepted abstracts (Presentations will be either oral, poster or part of a workshop session.) A review of different methodologies to measurement of Sound Pressure Level from Wind Farms Payam Ashtiani Efficient management of acoustic studies of large wind farm projects Miguel Ausejo Prieto, Laura Simón Otegui, Rubén García Morales A model to calculate the delta between internal noise with open windows vs external . . .

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    posted:  November 9, 2014
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    Source:  Independent Noise Working Group

    Working group to investigate wind turbine excess amplitude modulation noise

    30 Oct 2014 We are pleased to announce the formation of an Independent Noise Working Group to investigate wind turbine Excess Amplitude Modulation noise. Ask anyone living close to a wind farm about the noises it makes. Many will tell you that the most annoying is a ‘swish/thump’ from the turbine blades that frequently occurs at night. It isn’t its loudness that upsets – for this they should have protection through the normal planning process – but its recurrent, sleep . . .

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