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Wind-tunnel acoustic results of two rotor models with several tip designs

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in [Washington, DC], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rotors (Helicopters) -- Noise.

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    Other titlesWind tunnel acoustic results of two rotor models with several tip designs.
    StatementR.M. Martin and Andrew B. Connor.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 87698.
    ContributionsConnor, Andrew B., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15274942M

    Abstract— A new low-speed open-jet wind tunnel has been designed and constructed at the University of Leeds. A series of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and experimental evaluations were conducted to determine the flow quality and to verify the wind tunnel suitability for aerodynamic studies. Two sets of resultsFile Size: KB. The present book focus on uses and developments of wind tunnels. It consists on nine chapters presenting different studies on the design, uses and developments of the wind tunnel in different applications like wind turbines, building and aircraft models.

    Wind Tunnels have played and are continuing to play a significant role in providing controlled test facilities in the aerodynamic research and development [, ].The present chapter describes in detail, the design features of a subsonic return circuit wind tunnel that is currently in operation at the Aerodynamics Laboratory of the University of New South by: 1. @article{osti_, title = {Wind turbine engineering design}, author = {Eggleston, D.M. and Stoddard, F.}, abstractNote = {The authors explain the fundamental theory behind wind turbines as well as the basic mathematical models needed for their design. They give engineers a solid physical understanding of the dynamics of machines from both theory and field experience.

    This chapter describes design and optimization of low‐noise airfoil and wind turbines. The airfoils and wind turbine blades are designed with the objective of high‐power performance. The aerodynamic noise is one of the important constraints for the optimization. The power coefficient of an airfoil is computed with the blade element momentum by: 1. store hitting the carrier. A Mach 2 wind tunnel was designed using the method of characteristics with a viscous approximation to conduct research is the area of cavity flow acoustics. Unique features of the supersonic wind tunnel include a modular design for quick changes in cavity.


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Wind-Tunnel Acoustic Results of Two Rotor Models With Several Tip Designs R. Martin and Andrew B. Connor Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia NI\S/\ National Aeronautics and Space Administration Scientific and Technical Information Branch File Size: 3MB.

Get this from a library. Wind-tunnel acoustic results of two rotor models with several tip designs. [R M Martin; Andrew B Connor; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.]. Wind-tunnel acoustic results of two rotor models with several tip designs v.

(OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: R M Martin; Andrew B Connor; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

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between CAMRAD/JA results and measured wind tunnel data. The analytical results are also compared with flight test data. Test Hardware Wind Tunnel BO The BO helicopter rotor system is a four-bladed, soft inplane (ω ζ File Size: 2MB.

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This work validates and opens the door to the use of the wind tunnel for simulated, data using a RANS approach, show the blade tip vortices still separated from the rest of the turbulence in the near wake by: 2. The purpose of this research work is to investigate experimentally and computationally the feasibility of improving the performance of the vertical-axis Savonius wind turbine.

The authors first performed a series of wind tunnel investigations on semi-cylindrical three-bladed Savonius rotor scale models with different overlap ratios and without by: The static tests covered two flap designs, conical and ejector nozzles, third-flap noise-reduction treatments, internal blowing, and flap/nozzle geometry variations.

of speed and exhaust nozzle area on the scale models noise characteristics were investigated with both the nominal rotor and serrated rotor.

Acoustic results indicate the. Wind Tunnel Testing for Final Year BE Thesis Titled "Optimisation of NS14 Sail Design" at the University of New South Wales, Australia WIND TUNNEL PERFORMANCE DATA FOR TWO- AND THREE -BUCKET SAVONIUS ROTORS Ben F.

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• Comparison between the wind tunnel scaling result and the full-scale rotor by: 2. Scaling the reference design.

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Rotor, drivetrain, and tower designs at 80 m/s maximum tip velocity and m/s maximum tip velocity are created to quantify these effects. Component costs, annualized energy production, and cost of energy are computed for each design to quantify the change in overall cost of energy resulting from the increase in turbine tip velocity.For the acoustic tests described in this paper, the two-dimensional airfoil models were mounted between two acoustically treated endplates and tested with and with-out boundary layer trips and a turbulence grid, at three angles of attack and five wind tunnel speeds corre-sponding to Reynolds numbers from to million.

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