Fundamental and Advanced Topics in Wind Power by R. Carriveau

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38 Fundamental and Advanced Topics in Wind Power Walker, J. , “Wind Energy Technology,” John Wiley and Sons, 1997. , “European Wind Energy Technology, State of the Art Wind Energy Converters in the European Community,” D. Reidel Publishing Company, 1986. Energy Research and Development Administration (ERDA), Division of Solar Energy, “Solar Program Assessment: Environmental Factors, Wind Energy Conversion,” ERDA 77-47/6, UC-11, 59, 62, 63A, March 1977. Çetin, N. , M. A Yurdusev, R. Ata and A. Özdemir, “Assessment of Optimum Tip Speed Ratio of Wind Turbines,” Mathematical and Computational Applications, Vol.

20) Also, the similarity solutions have shown that H1 is a function of the streamwise boundarylayer shape parameter H. 12  , for H < 4. (21) Then, it is assumed that the variation of the entrainment rate with H1 follows the same relationship for three-dimensional flows. Equation (19) is written in a form similar to Eqs. (15) and (16) 1 U e      M w 2 x    M w 2 x   C E  H1   2x H1    2x H1  U e x r Ue x (22) Equations (15), (16) and (22) are to be solved for  2 x ,  w , and H ( H1 is related to H, Eq.

2. e. at high speed ratios (TSR>3), the visualization of the computed flow indicates that the flow is well-behaved and attached over much of the rotor, Fig. 1. 31R, where R is the rotor radius. The local air velocity relative to a rotor blade consists of free-wind velocity Vw defined as the wind speed if there were no rotor present, that due to the blade motion br and the wake induced velocities; at high TSR, a weak wake (Glauert, 1963) occurs and its rotational induction velocity can be neglected.

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