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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






Using propid for inverse design

New rotor


Using propid for inverse design



Using propid for inverse design

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

  • New rotor


    2 d newton iteration
    2-D Newton Iteration 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

    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




    Using propid for inverse design

    • Power Curves Newton Iteration)

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

    Variable Speed Case

    Stall Regulated

    Baseline


    Using propid for inverse design


    Using propid for inverse design


    Using propid for inverse design


    Using propid for inverse design


    Using propid for inverse design

    Cl

    Segment 8


    Using propid for inverse design


    Using propid for inverse design

    Cl Increment @ Segment 9

    Relative to Segment 8


    Using propid for inverse design

    Segment #

    Values Relative to Segment 8

    8

    9

    10

    -.05

    -.10


    Using propid for inverse design


    Using propid for inverse design


    Using propid for inverse design


    Using propid for inverse design



    Using propid for inverse design



    Using propid for inverse design




    Using propid for inverse design


    Debugging an input file
    Debugging an Input File Newton Iteration)

    • Screen Dump on Crash

      • Now What?


    Using propid for inverse design

    Bad NEWT1LDP Line


    Using propid for inverse design


    Using propid for inverse design

  • Problem Not Solved?

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