Effects of aeroelastic tailoring on performance characteristics of wind turbine systems

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Two multi-MW wind turbine blades are aeroelastically tailored using either material bend-twist coupling, or a combination of material and geometric bend-twist coupling. The full wind turbine systems compared against each other using results from DLC 1.2 and DLC 1.4 simulations. Metrics such as fatigue damage equivalent loads, annual energy yield, control parameters and flutter stability are used to provide comparisons
Date made available20 Jun 2017
PublisherUniversity of Bristol

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  • 1 Article (Academic Journal)

Effects of aeroelastic tailoring on performance characteristics of wind turbine systems

Scott, S., Capuzzi, M., Langston, D., Bossanyi, E., McCann, G., Weaver, P. M. & Pirrera, A., 1 Dec 2017, In : Renewable Energy. 114, B, p. 887-903 17 p.

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    Weaver, P. (Creator), Langston, D. (Creator), Scott, S. (Creator), Pirrera, A. (Creator), Capuzzi, M. (Creator), Bossanyi, E. (Contributor), McCann, G. (Contributor) (20 Jun 2017). Effects of aeroelastic tailoring on performance characteristics of wind turbine systems. University of Bristol. 10.5523/bris.3vvhuzre8xg7i2w1ozs16vd27h