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|Title:||Characterising noise and annoyance in homes near a wind farm|
|Citation:||Acoustics Australia, 2014; 42(1):14-19|
|Publisher:||Australian Accoustical Society|
|Zajamsek, B, Zajamsek, Branko; Moreau, DJ, Moreau, Danielle J.; Doolan, CJ, Doolan, Con J.|
|Abstract:||This study examines the relationship between indoor sound pressure level, local weather conditions, wind farm output power and resident rated annoyance in homes near a wind faun. A new methodology is presented that simultaneously records resident rated annoyance and corresponding time-series noise data while continuously monitoring one-third octave band noise levels and local weather conditions. Results of indoor noise and annoyance monitoring are presented for two homes near a wind farm whose residents claim to be annoyed by wind farm noise. Annoyance was found to be related to the overall noise level; however, noise levels were more strongly controlled by local wind speed.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Mechanical Engineering conference papers|
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