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Pockelé, Josephine (author)
Wind turbine noise is one of the grand challenges in the public acceptance of onshore wind farm projects. The field of psychoacoustics identifies the auralisation of wind turbine noise as a link between technical design and annoyance estimation. There is currently limited work on the auralisation of wind turbine noise, and none targets an...
master thesis 2023
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Merino Martinez, R. (author), Pieren, Reto (author), Schäffer, Beat (author), Simons, D.G. (author)
Noise annoyance caused by wind turbines is a critical issue for the societal acceptance of wind energy. Wind turbine noise exposure is typically assessed using conventional time–averaged metrics, however, the literature suggests that these metrics do not fully capture the sound properties responsible for the perceived noise annoyance. Therefore,...
conference paper 2022
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Merino Martinez, R. (author), Pieren, Reto (author), Schäffer, Beat (author)
Wind turbines represent an encouraging option for sustainable energy but their noise emissions can be an issue for their public acceptance. Noise reduction measures, such as trailing-edge serrations or permeable inserts, seem to offer promising results in reducing wind turbine noise levels. This manuscript presents a novel holistic approach...
review 2021
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Küçükosman, Y.C. (author)
The integration of wind turbines into urban environments is a challenging task due to the reduced wind speed and high turbulence levels caused by the surface resistance, as well as limited spacing. If a specific building arrangement is explored, an improve ment in wind speed can be obtained. This would be especially beneficial for tall build...
doctoral thesis 2019
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Merino Martinez, R. (author), Pieren, R.D. (author), Snellen, M. (author), Simons, D.G. (author)
Noise emissions from wind turbines are one of the main issues that the wind energy industry must deal with nowadays. Strict noise regulations often prevent wind turbines to operate at maximum power conditions, causing large losses of power production and, hence, of revenue. Several noise reduction measures have been proposed so far, but the...
conference paper 2019
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Merino Martinez, R. (author)
With the continuous growth in demand for air traffic and wind turbines, the noise emissions they generate are becoming an increasingly important issue. To reduce their noise levels, it is essential to obtain accurate information about all the sound sources present. Phased microphone arrays and acoustic imaging methods allow for the estimation of...
doctoral thesis 2018
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van der Velden, W.C.P. (author)
doctoral thesis 2017
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Schepers, J.G. (author), Oerlemans, S. (author), Guidati, G. (author), Wagner, S. (author)
The objective of the European project DATA (Design and Testing of Acoustically Optimized Airfoils for Wind Turbines) is a reduction of trailing-edge (TE) noise by modifying the airfoil shape and/or the application of trailing-edge serrations. This paper describes validation measurements that were performed in the DNW-LLF wind tunnel, on a model...
report 2001
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