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Design and Fluid Flow Analysis of Monolithic Wind Turbine Blade Constructed using NACA 4424, NACA 4421 and NACA 4418 Airfoils


B Manikanta , Aditya Engineering College; S D V V S Bheemeshwar Reddy, Aditya Engineering College; K L Kishore, Aditya Engineering College


Airfoil, Blade, CFD, Drag Coefficient, Lift Coefficient, FEA, Simulation, Wind Mill


The world vision for the sustainable power source assets and its usage is expanding step by step. Thus, scientists in the territory of sustainable power source assets additionally expanded particularly in the range of wind turbines. By 2030 each significant nation of the world is a dream to use wind energy by 35% for their electrical needs. Many sorts of difficulties are confronted in the development of wind power units, for example, topology, geology, building challenges, and so on. Keeping in mind the end goal to accomplish the world vision for wind energy and to give power even to remote territories, this paper goes for building up the monolithic wind turbine blade which can be introduced in the remote zones of the world including inhabitable islands, places and in remote ranges with less population density. The modeling of monolithic wind turbine blade is done in Solidworks Part Design and the fluid flow analysis is done in Solidworks Flow Simulation.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I70199
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 7
Publication Date: 01/10/2017
Page(s): 324-327

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