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Old   June 14, 2018, 00:35
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I am trying to establish a 1-way FSI on the NREL Phase VI wind turbine using a single blade. I am trying to get as many structural properties of the blade by going through various literature including the unsteady aerodynamics experiment phase vi wind tunnel test configurations.

However, all I get is mass and stiffness distribution along the span and the weight of the blade. The properties of the composite materials used as well as the variable thickness of the layup are not available.

So my inquiry is that: is there a possible method to use the mass and stiffness distribution as an input data to Ansys Mechanical or even use a third party code first and export the model to Ansys later.

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