Wind Turbine Night Noise

Study finds ‘swoosh’ sound a possible concern 18th August, 2021 Source: Flinders University With wind generation one of the fastest-growing renewable energy sectors in the world, Flinders University experts are using machine learning and other signal processing techniques to characterise annoying noise features from wind farms. Two new publications from the ongoing Wind Farm Noise … Continue reading Wind Turbine Night Noise

Psychoacoustics To The Rescue

26th May 2021 By Steven Cooper. Wind Turbine Noise: Psychoacoustics to the Rescue. Forum Acusticum, Dec 2020, Lyon, France wind turbine noise psychoacousticsDownload Protecting the acoustic amenity of communities living near wind farms is at the forefront of Steven Coopers outstanding work. Effective investigation of wind turbine noise requires working with residents, utilising residents diaries … Continue reading Psychoacoustics To The Rescue

Wind Turbine Noise Paper: 2011

Wind turbine noise: why accurate prediction and measurement matter By Robert Thorne and Daniel Shepperd Source: https://www.acoustics.asn.au/conference_proceedings/AAS2011/papers/p73.pdf ABSTRACTOn a decibel-for-decibel basis, wind turbine noise is commonly judged as significantly more problematic than most other community noise sources. As a relatively new source of community noise, however, methodological issues remain as to how wind farm noise … Continue reading Wind Turbine Noise Paper: 2011

Professor A. Salt Letter To AAAC

Salt-A-to-Warpenius-Chair-AAAC-18-9-13Downloads Professor Salt studies the effects of low frequency noise on the ear. He is an expert on the physiology of the ear and understands how infrasonic stimuli cause a response in the ear. In 2013, he wrote to the Chairman of AAAC about peddling misinformation, misdirecting peoples trust and stated it is false to, … Continue reading Professor A. Salt Letter To AAAC

Letter To Chair AAAC-2013

WF-Ltr-to-Chair-AAAC-Final-26-9-13Download 26 September, 2013Mr Martti WarpeniusChairmanAssociation of Australian Acoustical ConsultantsBy email to martti.warpenius@aecom.comDear Sir,I write to you as Chairman of the Waubra Foundation and also as an engineer with a reasonable level of knowledge of acoustics, a long history of working with Australia’s best neuroscientists, and three years of listening to and observing first hand … Continue reading Letter To Chair AAAC-2013

Letter To The AAAC- 2021

Attention: Executive Members Association of Australasian Acoustical Consultants Chairman:                           Richard Haydon Vice Chairman                  Gustaf Reutersward Treasurer                             Tim Reynolds Secretary                             Tim Trewin Communications              Matthew Stead Executive Member          Matthew Ottley Dear Executive Council Members, RE: Open Letter to the Association of Australasian Acoustical Consultants The Wind Farm Living Community of Moyne … Continue reading Letter To The AAAC- 2021