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Using PROPID for Inverse Design. Michael S. Selig Associate Professor. Department of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Steady-State Aerodynamics Codes for HAWTs Selig, Tangler, and Giguère August 2, 1999  NREL NWTC, Golden, CO.

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Using propid for inverse design

Using PROPID for Inverse Design

Michael S. Selig

Associate Professor

Department of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Steady-State Aerodynamics Codes for HAWTs

Selig, Tangler, and Giguère

August 2, 1999  NREL NWTC, Golden, CO


Peak power specification for a stall regulated turbine 1 d iteration

Peak Power Specification for a Stall Regulated Turbine (1-D Iteration)

  • PROPID Run: wt04a.in

    • Baseline Power Curve, No Iteration


Using propid for inverse design

  • Iterate on Scale factor (% Growth)

  • NEWT1ISWP Line


Using propid for inverse design

  • Variables for Iteration (ITP* Parameters)


Using propid for inverse design

  • Running Interactively with Newton Iteration


Using propid for inverse design

  • NEWT1ISWP Line - Variations


Using propid for inverse design

  • The Quickest Approach


Using propid for inverse design

  • Final Converged Power and Baseline

  • Radius Grew from 24.6 ft  25.5 ft (see ftn021.dat)

New rotor


Using propid for inverse design

  • PROPID Run: wt05a.in

    • Iteration on Blade Pitch Instead

    • NEWT1ISWP Line


Using propid for inverse design

  • Variables for Iteration (ITP* Parameters)


Using propid for inverse design

  • Final Converged Power Curve and Previous Ones

  • Pitch Change: 2 deg  4.3 deg

  • wt04a.in & wt05a.in Example of 1-D Newton Iteration

  • New rotor


    2 d newton iteration

    2-D Newton Iteration

    • PROPID Run: wt06a.in

      • Rotor Scale  Peak Power (500 kW)

      • Rotor RPM Tip Speed (150 mph, 220 ft/sec)


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Screen Grab from Run - Stages


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Resulting Power Curve

    • Radius Change: 24.61 ft  39.9 ft

    • RPM Change: 64 rpm  52.6 rpm

    500 kW

    Peak Power

    AEP = 694 MWh/yr


    Lift and axial inflow specifications multidimensional newton iteration

    Lift and Axial Inflow Specifications (Multidimensional Newton Iteration)

    • PROPID Run: wt07a.in (analysis only)

      • Rotor Radius Same as wt06a.in (39.9 ft)

      • Variable Speed Turbine Design, TSR = 6


    Using propid for inverse design

    • DP and Special Input Lines


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Cp (2D_SWEEP) & Power Curve (2D_SWEEP)


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Blade Aero and Geometry (1D_SWEEP)


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Power Curves

    • AEP 790 MWh/yr (wt07a) vs 694 MWh/yr (wt06a)

    Variable Speed Case

    Stall Regulated

    Baseline


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Lift Distribution

    • Desire Cl-dist for Best L/D-dist


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Axial Induction Factor Distribution

    • Desire a = 1/3 Betz Optimum


    Using propid for inverse design

    • PROPID Run: wt08a.in

      • Desired Cl-dist vs Baseline


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Tabulated Cl-dist


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Stage 1: Cl @ Segment 8 = 1.00

    • Iterate Pitch

    • NEWT1LDP

    Cl

    Segment 8


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Stage 2: Cl @ Segments 9-10 Relative to 8

    • Iterate Twist @ Segments 9-10

    • NEWT2SDDP


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Details

    Cl Increment @ Segment 9

    Relative to Segment 8


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Relative Cl Values

    Segment #

    Values Relative to Segment 8

    8

    9

    10

    -.05

    -.10


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Iteration Schedule for Cl


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Stage 3: Cl @ Segments 2-7 Relative to 8

    • Iterate Twist @ Segments 2-7


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Converged Cl Distribution


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Stage 4: Axial Inflow @ Segment 8 = .333

    • Iterate Chord @ Segment 8


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Iteration for Axial Inflow at Segment 8


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Stage 5: Axial Inflow @ Segments 9-10 Relative to 8

    • Iterate Chord @ Segments 9-10


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Iteration Schedule for Axial Induction Factor


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Stage 6: Axial Inflow @ Segments 2-7 Relative to 8

    • Iterate Chord @ Segments 2-7


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Converged Axial Inflow Distribution


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Automatic Convergence: Uncomment these lines


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Power Curve Comparison

    • AEP 803 MWh/yr (wt08a) vs 790 MWh/yr (wt07a)


    Debugging an input file

    Debugging an Input File

    • Screen Dump on Crash

      • Now What?


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Turn on Debugging Feature (ECHO_INPUT Line)

    Bad NEWT1LDP Line


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Errors, Warnings, and Notes at Runtime

      • Not Again! *&)*^)^(^:)????


    Using propid for inverse design

    • Refer to warnerr-doc.txt

  • Problem Not Solved?

    • Email Philippe Giguère! He has offered free tech support during all of August 1999.


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