Propagation of wind turbine noise: measurements and model evaluation

C. M. Nyborg*, A. Fischer, E. Thysell, J. Feng, L. S. Søndergaard, T. Sørensen, T. R. Hansen, K. S. Hansen, F. Bertagnolio

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Abstract

Sound propagation from wind turbines through the atmosphere has previously been analytically examined through numerous studies, but the amount of comparisons to measurements is limited. This paper applies three different sound propagation models; The ISO 9613-2 model, the Nord2000 ray tracing model and the WindSTAR-Pro model, to evaluate the noise at receivers in the near- and far-field of a wind turbine. The evaluation is performed by accounting for different meteorological and terrain parameters. For validation purposes, the study further uses two different data sets from measurement campaigns; Loudspeaker noise and wind turbine noise measurements. The validation evidently shows that especially the WindSTAR-Pro model and the Nord2000 model provide good agreement to the measurements for some of the validation cases, while other results are heavily influenced by the turbine wake, signal to noise ratio in the measurements or directivity of the noise source.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTurbine Technology; Artificial Intelligence, Control and Monitoring
Number of pages13
PublisherIOP Publishing
Publication date2022
Article number032041
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2022
EventThe Science of Making Torque from Wind 2022 - Delft, Netherlands
Duration: 1 Jun 20223 Jun 2022
Conference number: 9
https://www.torque2022.eu/

Conference

ConferenceThe Science of Making Torque from Wind 2022
Number9
Country/TerritoryNetherlands
CityDelft
Period01/06/202203/06/2022
Internet address
SeriesJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Number3
Volume2265
ISSN1742-6596

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