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Old   December 30, 2020, 06:17
Default Geometry and Meshing for Failure Analysis of Wind turbine blade
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Hi everyone,
I am doing failure analysis of wind turbine blade. I have created a wind turbine blade which i mesh and perform simulations at different wind speeds and then find the loads at different wind speeds in ANSYS ICEM, FLUENT etc.

Now, i want to simulate Failure of the baldes in ANSYS.

I dont understand how am i supposed to do that in ANSYS.

Should i use a geometry of blade with a crack? how do i create such geometry?


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