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Figure 1: Original wind turbine in the NASA Ames wind tunnel (source: NREL), left. On the right, CAD model of geometry which is used within the simulation.
  
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Application: Co-Simulation for the Renewable Energy Sector
Posted Wed April 30, 2014 @08:16AM
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Application By Stefan Sicklinger, M.Sc. (hons),
Prof. Dr.-Ing. K.-U. Bletzinger, Chair of Structural Analysis
Technische Universität München

Many simulations within the field of renewable energy involve the coupling of different physics. An exemplary example is the analysis of a wind turbine. Here the structure (blades, tower, generator, gearbox, etc.) is interacting with the fluid.

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