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Trailing Edge Noise Model Validation and Application to Airfoil Optimization

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  • The Aim Of This Article Is Twofold
  • First
  • An Existing Trailing Edge Noise Model Is Validated By Comparing With Airfoil Surface Pressure Fluctu
  • The Agreement Is Satisfactory In One Case But Poor In Two Other Cases
  • Nevertheless
  • The Model Reproduces The Main Tendencies Observed In The Measurements With Respect To Varying Flow C
  • Second
  • The Model Is Implemented Into An Airfoil Design Code That Is Originally Used For Aerodynamic Optimiz
  • An Existing Wind Turbine Airfoil Is Optimized In Order To Reduce Its Noise Emission
  • Trying At The Same Time To Preserve Some Of Its Aerodynamic And Geometric Characteristics
  • The New Designs Are Characterized By Less Cambered Airfoils And Flatter Suction Sides
  • The Resulting Noise Reductions Seem To Be Mainly Achieved By A Reduction In The Turbulent Kinetic En
  • ©2010 American Society Of Mechanical Engineers

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Trailing Edge Noise Model Validation and Application to Airfoil Optimization - DTU Orbit (19/03/14) Trailing Edge Noise Model Validation and Application to Airfoil Optimization - DTU Orbit (19/03/14) Bertagnolio F, Aagaard Madsen H, Bak C. 2010. Trailing Edge Noise Model Validation and Application to Airfoil Optimization. Journal of Solar Energy Engineering. 132(3):031010. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1115/1.4001462

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