Noise Pollution Prevention in Wind Turbines: Status and Recent Advances
AbstractThe global push towards sustainability has led to increased interest in alternative power sources other than coal and fossil fuels. One of these sustainable sources is to harness energy from the wind through wind turbines. However, a significant hindrance preventing the widespread use of wind turbines is the noise they produce. This study reviews recent advances in the area of noise pollution from wind turbines. To date, there have been many different noise control studies. While there are many different sources of noise, the main one is aerodynamic noise. The largest contributor to aerodynamic noise comes from the trailing edge of wind turbine blades. The aim of this paper is to critically analyse and compare the different methods currently being implemented and investigated to reduce noise production from wind turbines, with a focus on the noise generated from the trailing edge. View Full-Text
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Jianu, O.; Rosen, M.A.; Naterer, G. Noise Pollution Prevention in Wind Turbines: Status and Recent Advances. Sustainability 2012, 4, 1104-1117.
Jianu O, Rosen MA, Naterer G. Noise Pollution Prevention in Wind Turbines: Status and Recent Advances. Sustainability. 2012; 4(6):1104-1117.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jianu, Ofelia; Rosen, Marc A.; Naterer, Greg. 2012. "Noise Pollution Prevention in Wind Turbines: Status and Recent Advances." Sustainability 4, no. 6: 1104-1117.