Hello :) i'm new to this forum, so excuse me for my straightforwardness ;) I'm working on my bachelor work and i can't find a solution. I'm writing about wind turbines' created noise dependence on temperature and pressure. So i came to this point, that i have measurements of wind speed, air pressure, temperature, density, sound level of wind turbine at different distances. What i need is to distinguish how air temperature affects noise level that wind turbine spreads. The good advice, formula or advice on the formula would be appreciated. I hope i expressed myself clearly about the subject. Thanks in advance. For now i have some formulas that might come in handy: E(t)=0,5*ρ*V3, as of ρ=P/R*T I came across this one: P (ThermalNoise) = k*T*B, but it's measured in watts, as of i need db.