AeroDyn Theory Manual

@inproceedings{Moriarty2005AeroDynTM,
  title={AeroDyn Theory Manual},
  author={P. Moriarty and A. Hansen},
  year={2005}
}
  • P. Moriarty, A. Hansen
  • Published 2005
  • Engineering
  • AeroDyn is a set of routines used in conjunction with an aeroelastic simulation code to predict the aerodynamics of horizontal axis wind turbines. These subroutines provide several different models whose theoretical bases are described in this manual. AeroDyn contains two models for calculating the effect of wind turbine wakes: the blade element momentum theory and the generalized dynamic-wake theory. Blade element momentum theory is the classical standard used by many wind turbine designers… CONTINUE READING
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