Wind Turbine Sound 2016
Date: Thursday 17 & Friday 18 November 2016
Location: Gdansk, Poland
As requested by participants at the previous edition in Malmö, Sweden, the WindEurope organised the 3rd edition of its Wind Turbine Sound technology workshop.
Organised by the industry and for the industry, with an international scope and well established in the acoustic community, this workshop is unique in its category.
In the frame of this workshop, WindEurope and the programme committee organised a Sound Propagation International Comparison Exercise (SPICE). Data are available for download and the deadline for submission of results was be mid-October. Results were presented at the workshop.
The proceedings are available free of charge to workshop attendees (access details were distributed onsite and sent to you per email) and WindEurope members, who can access them via the Members’ Area.
If you are not a WindEurope Member, and you didn’t attend the workshop, you may purchase proceedings by filling this form.
Sessions & Topics
The programme featured five sessions covering:
- Wind farm design & siting
- Wind turbine design
- Human perception of noise and guidelines
- Outcomes of the 1st Sound Propagation International Comparison Exercise (SPICE)
As in 2014, the different sessions also took a specific look at amplitude modulation (AM/OAM), low-frequency sounds (LFS), sound levels and Tones.
These leading companies exhibited at the workshop:
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