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Comparison of Aerodynamic Loads for Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine (I): with and without Turbulent Inflow
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Comparison of Aerodynamic Loads for Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine (I): with and without Turbulent Inflow
Kim, Jin; Kang, Seung-Hee; Ryu, Ki-Wahn;
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This study focused on the aerodynamic loads of the horizontal axis wind turbine blade due to the normal turbulence inflow condition. Normal turbulence model (NTM) includes the variations of wind speed and direction, and it is characterized by turbulence intensity and standard deviation of flow fluctuation. IEC61400-1 recommends the fatigue analysis for the NTM and the normal wind profile (NWP) conditions. The aerodynamic loads are obtained at the blade hub and the low speed drive shaft for MW class horizontal axis wind turbine which is designed by using aerodynamically optimized procedure. The 6-components of aerodynamic loads are investigated between numerical results and load components analysis. From the calculated results the maximum amplitudes of oscillated thrust and torque for LSS with turbulent inflow condition are about 5~8 times larger than those with no turbulent inflow condition. It turns out that the aerodynamic load analysis with normal turbulence model is essential for structural design of the wind turbine blade.
Normal Turbulence Model(NTM);Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine(HAWT);Aerodynamic Load;Blade Element Momentum Theorem(BEMT);
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