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Old   June 1, 2011, 22:46
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Hi Dear Friends

I'm collecting some data about famous airfoils in wind turbine industry.
As I know, S809 and Naca 63-415 are being used in research and industrial uses.

can you help me to know more airfoils?

I highly appreciate your favor.
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Old   June 2, 2011, 07:44
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What kind of wind turbines we are talking about. For vertical axis wind turbines, NACA0012 , NACA0015, NACA0018 symmetrical airfoils are widely used.
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Hi Arsalan.
I'm talking about horizontal axis wind turbines.
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