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Old   October 21, 2010, 14:27
Question Basics in modeling a wind turbine
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Hey there,

I've come in search of help! I need to be able to model a wind turbine in ICEM and run it in Fluent. I have a bit of experience with both programmes but the work I've conducted in the past was very different to wind turbine geometries. Can anyone give me the basic steps on how to model this? Also, does anyone know where I can obtain popular wind turbine geometries like vestas and GE?

Any help will be much appreciated

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