|May 16, 2013, 05:44||
Modelling a non-straight bladed VAWT in OpenFOAM
M. Abdul Akbar
Join Date: Feb 2013
Posts: 19Rep Power: 5
Is it possible to model a Vertical Axis Wind Turbine (VAWT) which has a complicated 3-d Shape in OpenFOAM ?. By the phrase "complicated 3-d Shape", I simply mean any shape that is different from the straight bladed VAWT. Has it been tried by anybody ?. I have gone through lot of Youtube videos in which VAWT's were modelled in OpenFOAM but all of them were either that of a straight bladed VAWT or was a 2-D analysis.
If anybody has done it, is it worthwhile in terms of time and accuracy of results ?.
Thanks in advance,
|3-d, cfd, openfoam, vawt, wind|
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