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LITERATURE REVIEW ON WIND INDUCED SOUND ON BUILDINGS

Dagmara Čeheľová, Daniel Urbán, Boris Bielek, Monika Rychtáriková, Nicolaas Bernardus Roozen

Aeroacoustics is a scientific field that has been for many years explored in different kinds of
engineering, in automotive and aerospace industry, in duct design or jets and turbine construction and
other fields in which sound is generated by turbulent fluid motion, aerodynamic forces and periodical
varying airflow. Nowadays, due to new types of building constructions and elements (e.g. different
shading elements) installed on high-rise buildings (causing high windspeeds on the building facade)
questions related to aeroacosutics are becoming more and more actual. Noise caused by wind flow
around buildings having specific shapes and structures can lead to annoying sound levels and sound
spectra of different kinds, ranging from tonal sounds tonal with pulsating components to broadband
noises and contribute so to overall acoustic discomfort indoors and outdoors. In relation to architecture
and building design, only little information can be found in literature on wind induced noise on
building. This article gives a literature overview of wind-induced noise on building facades.

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