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Aerodynamic loads and aeroelastic responses of large wind turbine tower-blade coupled structure in yaw condition
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 Title & Authors
Aerodynamic loads and aeroelastic responses of large wind turbine tower-blade coupled structure in yaw condition
Ke, S.T.; Wang, T.G.; Ge, Y.J.; Tamura, Y.;
 Abstract
An effective method to calculate aerodynamic loads and aeroelastic responses of large wind turbine tower-blade coupled structures in yaw condition is proposed. By a case study on a 5 MW large wind turbine, the finite element model of the wind turbine tower-blade coupled structure is established to obtain the modal information. The harmonic superposition method and modified blade-element momentum theory are used to calculate aerodynamic loads in yaw condition, in which the wind shear, tower shadow, tower-blade modal and aerodynamic interactions, and rotational effects are fully taken into account. The mode superposition method is used to calculate kinetic equation of wind turbine tower-blade coupled structure in time domain. The induced velocity and dynamic loads are updated through iterative loop, and the aeroelastic responses of large wind turbine tower-blade coupled system are then obtained. For completeness, the yaw effect and aeroelastic effect on aerodynamic loads and wind-induced responses are discussed in detail based on the calculating results.
 Keywords
wind turbine tower-blade coupled structure;aerodynamic loads;aeroelastic effect;yaw effect;parameter analysis;
 Language
English
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