Design of high-deflection foils MHK applications - CFD models - Helical turbines

Abstract

The Ocean Renewable Power Company's (ORPC's) goal is to design, develop, and test hydrofoils with large deflections. The effects of the deflections on cross-flow turbine performance would be evaluated in order to inform design considerations for full-scale water turbines and other marine hydrokinetic devices.

CFD models of helical model scale turbines tested at UNH
OpenFOAM v1912
Tip Speed Ratio (TSR) = 3.00
Different strut configurations

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DOE Project Name: Design of high-deflection foils for MHK applications
DOE Project Number: EE0008386
DOE Project Lead: Carrie Noonan
DOI: 10.15473/1862290
Last Updated: 3 months ago
Nov
2021
Data from November, 2021
Submitted Apr 5, 2022

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Ocean Renewable Power Company


207.772.7707

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Publicly accessible License 

Authors

Matt Barrington
Ocean Renewable Power Company
Jarlath McEntee
Ocean Renewable Power Company

Keywords

MHK, Marine, Hydrokinetic, energy, power, CFD, helical turbine, cross flow turbine, turbine, foil, airfoil, hydrofoil, model, simulation, design, cec, current energy converter

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