Archive: Concerned Professionals (308)

Archived articles are listed below from most to least recent. You will find links to even older posts beneath the list.

Meyers J, Meneveau C. Optimal Turbine Spacing in Fully Developed Wind-Farm Boundary Layers

As wind farms become larger, the asymptotic limit of the “fully developed”, or “infinite”, wind farm has been receiving increased interest. This limit is relevant for wind farms on flat terrain whose length exceeds the height … Read On »

Castelo Branco et al. Low Frequency Noise-Induced Pathology Contributions Provided by the Portuguese Wind Turbine Case

EuroNoise 2015, 31 May – 3 June, Maastricht EAA-NAG-ABAV ISSN 2226-5147 Nuno A. A. Castelo Branco, M.D., Mariana Alves-Pereira, Ph.D., Augusto Martinho Pimenta, M.D., José Reis Ferreira, M.D. Summary In November 2006, 4 Industrial Wind Turbines … Read On »

Keshavarz, B. et al. Demonstrating the Potential for Dynamic Auditory Stimulation to Contribute to Motion Sickness

Keshavarz B, Hettinger LJ, Kennedy RS, Campos JL (2014) Demonstrating the Potential for Dynamic Auditory Stimulation to Contribute to Motion Sickness. PLoS ONE 9(7): e101016. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0101016 Published: July 1, 2014 The present study is the first … Read On »

Lee, S et al, Annoyance Caused by Amplitude Modulation of Wind Turbine Noise

Annoyance caused by amplitude modulation of wind turbine noise Seunghoon Lee, Kyutae Kim, Wooyoung Choi and Soogab Lee August 9 2010 A listening test has been performed to investigate the relationship between human annoyance and the … Read On »

Luz, G, Valente, D. Ecological Psychoacoustics, Managing Response to Noise

The potential role of ecological psychoacoustics for managing community response to noise George Luz Luz Social and Environmental Associates, Inc. 4910 Crowson Ave, Baltimore, Maryland 21212, USA Daniel Valente U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Engineer Research … Read On »

NOVA Quiet Please! Fighting Noise Pollution

NOVA Science for Curious Minds- Academy of Science Noise pollution can affect our physical and mental health in many ways. Quiet please! Fighting noise pollution Essentials Noise can come from a multitude of sources. Noise pollution … Read On »

Papadopoulos, G. Wind Turbines & Low Frequency Noise: Implications for Human Health

Wind Turbines and Low Frequency Noise: Implications for Human Health Papadopoulos, George September 2012 Low frequency noise (LFN) First of all, what is low frequency noise? It is noise, as the name suggests, at the lower … Read On »

Findeis, H. Peters, E. Disturbing Effects of Low Frequency Sound Immissions& Vibrations…

Disturbing Effects of Low Frequency Sound Immissions and Vibrations in Residential Buildings Findeis H, Peters E. Disturbing effects of low frequency sound immissions and vibrations in residential buildings. Noise Health [serial online] 2004 [cited 2016 May 11];6:29-35. … Read On »

Krogh, C. McMurtry, R. Health Canada & Wind Turbines: Too Little Too Late?

Health Canada and Wind Turbines: Too little too late? CMAJ • November 28, 2014 Carmen Krogh, BScPharm (retired), is a peer reviewed IWT health researcher and former Director of Publications and Editor-in-Chief of the CPS. R Y … Read On »