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To assess annoyance, the customary technique is to assemble a random panel of assessors to stay in the environment of the one annoyed for a period of time. But that method is not practical for a condition that is neither continuous nor even fully predictable. The goal of the work described in the article on page 6, was to develop an objective method based on measures of physical parameters that could replace a subjective assessment of when annoyance exists.


Publisher's Note

Extending the investment payback period for offshore wind turbine manufacturers and the supply chain

Features

Predicting Annoyance from Wind Turbines by an Objective Measure
By William K.G. Palmer, Independent Researcher, Canada
 
By Isaac Old, Senior Consultant, RSG, and Timothy Carson, Acoustic Engineer, RWE, USA

 

By Alejandro Fresneda and Ignacio Julián, CIRCE, Spain

By Annet Stuurman, Manager PR & Communications, Huisman, the Netherlands

 

Windtech Future

Wind Versus Oil

By Ahmad Hemami, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

View from Inside

By Alex Fyfe, Managing Director, Heavy Lift Projects, UK

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Windtech International November December 2023 issue 

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