Resource Documents by Hillman, David
Davy, John; Burgemeister, Kym; and Hillman, David
Wind turbine sound limits: Current status and recommendations based on mitigating noise annoyance
Abstract: This paper describes existing wind turbine sound limits in Australian states and several other countries with similar constraints, how these were established and a method that could facilitate their harmonisation. Most existing limits appear to have been adopted to avoid sleep disturbance using data derived from sound sources other than wind turbines. This seems to have been a reasonable approach at the time of their adoption because of the paucity of other suitable data. More recently the concept of . . . Complete article »
Carlile, Simon; Davy, John; Hillman, David; and Burgemeister, Kym
Review of the Possible Perceptual and Physiological Effects of Wind Turbine Noise
Abstract: This review considers the nature of the sound generated by wind turbines focusing on the low-frequency sound (LF) and infrasound (IS) to understand the usefulness of the sound measures where people work and sleep. A second focus concerns the evidence for mechanisms of physiological transduction of LF/IS or the evidence for somatic effects of LF/IS. While the current evidence does not conclusively demonstrate transduction, it does present a strong prima facia case. There are substantial outstanding questions relating to . . . Complete article »
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