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The effect of microphone wind noise on the amplitude modulation of wind turbine noise and its mitigation
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wind noise can corrupt outdoor recordings even when wind shields are used. When monitoring wind turbine noise, microphone
wind noise is almost inevitable because measurements cannot be made in still conditions. The effect of microphone
wind noise on two amplitude modulation (AM) metrics is quantified in a simulation, showing that even at low wind speeds of 2.5 m/s errors of over 4 dBA can result. As microphone
wind noise is intermittent, a wind noise detection algorithm is used to automatically find uncorrupted sections of the recording, and so recover the true AM metrics to within ±2/±0.5 dBA.
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