3rd Wind Turbine Acoustic Day

The 3rd Wind Turbine Acoustic Day is going to be held on Thursday, 17 May 2018 at Technical University of Denmark, DTU Risø Campus, Roskilde.

Participation is free of cost, but registration is mandatory. Please register using the following link:
http://www.conferencemanager.dk/acousticday2018

Registration deadline: 6 May

With this conference we wish to give you an overview of important activities and the current status of science based knowledge, as well as facilitate discussion on the needs for research and development in the future. The conference aims at an audience with interest in noise and acoustics from wind turbines and some of the presentations will be at a high technical level.
Speakers with different backgrounds (wind turbine manufacturers, consultants, technical and social researchers, and lawgivers) are invited, presenting a broad overview of wind turbine noise issues in Denmark and abroad. This year’s event will also include a visit to the newly built DTU Wind Energy facility, namely the Poul la Cour aero-acoustic wind tunnel which is scheduled to start operating this year.

Therefore, don’t miss out this opportunity to get new perspectives on wind turbine noise, being updated with the newest developments and discuss new advances with colleagues in the field. Do not hesitate to forward this message to your colleagues.

Agenda

TIME

Activities

Speakers & Locations

8:30-9:00

Registration and coffee

Niels Bohr Auditorium - DTU Risø Campus (Bldg. 112)

9:00-9:10

Welcome

Peter Hauge Madsen, Head of Department, DTU Wind Energy

Session #1: LEGAL, TECHNICAL AND HUMAN ISSUES REGARDING WIND TURBINE NOISE

9:10-9:35

Adjustments in the regulation of noise from wind turbines

Jesper Mogensen, Miljø- og Fødevareministeriet (Ministry of Environment and Food), Denmark

9:35-10:00

Low frequency sound insulation of buildings in relation to wind turbine noise

Bo Søndergaard, SWECO Danmark A/S

10:00-10:25

Annoyance from wind turbine noise? Review of wind turbine noise studies of the last two decades

Sabine Von Hünerbein, University of Salford, UK

10:25-10:50 - Coffee break

Session #2: #1-CONT’D - and - INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVES

10:50-11:15

Measurement at neighbor position

Lars Sommer Søndergaard, DELTA (FORCE Technology)

11:15 -11:40

Developments in Acoustics at Vestas Wind Systems A/S

Jérémy Hurault & Kaj Dam Madsen, VESTAS Wind Systems

11:40-12:05

Developments in wind turbine noise: limitations and opportunities

Tomas Rosenberg Hansen, SIEMENS GAMESA Renewable Energy

12:05-12:55 - Lunch

Session #3: RECENT RESEARCH ADVANCEMENTS

12:55-13:10

Cross-Cutting Activities and HAWC2-Noise

Franck Bertagnolio, DTU Wind Energy

13:10-13:25

Statistical prediction of far-field wind turbine noise, with probabilistic characterization of atmospheric stability

Mark Kelly, DTU Wind Energy

13:25-13:40

Recent developments in noise propagation modelling

Wen Zhong Shen, DTU Wind Energy

13:40-13:55

Status of the National Wind Tunnel

Christian Bak, DTU Wind Energy

13:55-14:10

The acoustic measurement setup in the Poul la Cour Wind Tunnel

Andreas Fischer, DTU Wind Energy

14:10-14:40 - Coffee Break

14:40-15:00 - Walk or drive to the wind tunnel location (~700m from Niels Bohr auditorium)

Session #4: VISIT OF THE POUL LA COUR WIND TUNNEL

15:00-16:00

Visit of the wind tunnel facility

Poul la Cour Wind Tunnel - DTU Risø Campus (Bldg. 331)

16:00-17:00

Networking

Poul la Cour Wind Tunnel - DTU Risø Campus (Bldg. 331)


Tidspunkt

tor 17 maj 18
8:30 - 17:00

Hvor

The Niels Bohr Auditorium, Technical University of Denmark, DTU Risø Campus, Frederiksborgvej 399, Roskilde.