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Wind Turbine Blade Analysis and Design
Posted Fri January 18, 2013 @07:11AM
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Announcements NUMECA International will host Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine Blade Analysis and Design on February 6th, 2013.

If you want to go further into the analysis and optimization of your wind turbine blade design, do not miss this free webinar. NUMECA software advanced numerical methods will be illustrated through an industrial application.


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Webinar summary:
  • Advanced numerical models for aerodynamics and aeroacoustics simulations featuring:
    • Automatic high quality structured mesh generation with AutoGrid5;
    • Non-Linear Harmonic method for inlet distortion);
    • Accurate flow simulation with turbulence transition modeling;
    • Acoustic simulations for broadband noise.
  • Advanced design using multi-objective optimization tools featuring:
    • Advanced blade parametric model;
    • Design of Experiments;
    • Artificial Neural Network and Genetic Algorithms.

Duration: approx. 30 minutes

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