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Research Thesis Topic

Computational and Experimental Study of Flow Separation on 3D Model of Wind Turbine Blades


Topic ID
352

Thesis Topic/Title
Computational and Experimental Study of Flow Separation on 3D Model of Wind Turbine Blades

Description

Flow separation has a significant impact on the performance of wind turbine blades. These blades have variable cross-sectional area and angle of attack, and the blade linear speed varies with the length of the blade. These variables make it a challenge to enhance blade performance, and a thorough investigation of flow characteristics is needed. Coupling both computational and experimental available tools will enhance the knowledge of the three-dimensional separation mechanism.


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Research Affiliations
  • School of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering

Field of Research
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

Available Academic Programs

Application Open Date
11/06/2018

Application Close Date
11/06/2021

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Pre-approved for Ethics
Not Applicable

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