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oliv December 7, 2009 14:10

Wind Turbine's Wake Modelling
 
Hi everybody,

For my master thesis, I'm doing a project about turbulence effects' modelling around a wind turbine. Actually I'm using the actuator disk model to determine and to model the pressure drop, the velocity loss, the turbulent intensity... For that I need to consider the thrust coefficient, the three axial velocities (in particular the angular momentum produces when the blades are rotating) and the porous jump which appears over the disk.

I would like to know if someone did the same kind of modelling. And if there are particular algorithms or UDF already proposed to take into account all these parameters.

Thanks in advance !

wake2e December 22, 2009 07:16

WT wake modelling
 
We did some simulations.

Take a look under:

https://www.wake2e.de/index.php?opti...mid=77&lang=en

anshulmittal1912 December 22, 2009 22:12

Have a look at the research paper by Crasto.
The author has done the CFD modeling of a wind turbine using the porous disc approach.

saini.yashwant April 22, 2010 10:59

Quote:

Originally Posted by anshulmittal1912 (Post 240779)
Have a look at the research paper by Crasto.
The author has done the CFD modeling of a wind turbine using the porous disc approach.

hi sir i am waiting for ur reply. i am doind wind turbine fluent analysis. i am having problem with boundary condition and calculating power and cp.
please help or if possible gine me ur personal mail id so i can mail u directly.
thanks


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