Wind Noise

Aerodynamic noise - often referred to as Wind noise, is a major component of passenger compartment noise, which becomes dominant especially at high speed cruising. Because of its broad band and often tonal frequency characteristics, this type of noise tends to have a high hygiene factor and as such has a major influence on the overall refinement of a vehicle.

The main features that determine the level of wind noise heard inside a vehicle are:

See also: Aerodynamic Noise, Dynamic Sealing, Flow Noise, Road Noise, Vehicle Interior Noise.

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