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Using a turbulence model in a numerical wake modeling technique

Using a turbulence model in a numerical wake modeling technique

Using a turbulence model in a numerical wake modeling technique

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If I were to model the wake of a wind turbine using a certain numerical method should I, or should I not, take into consideration a turbulence model and couple it with the numerical method being implemented? It would be helpful to know the reasoning behind your explanations too.

Thanks in advance.

vktsn0303

RE: Using a turbulence model in a numerical wake modeling technique


From NREL (NATIONAL RENEWABLE ENERGY LABORATORY)

Wind Turbine Modeling for
Computational Fluid Dynamics
December 2010 — December 2012

L.A. Martinez Tossas and S. Leonardi
University of Puerto Rico
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
NREL Technical Monitor: Pat Moriarty

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