Feb 9, 2010

PhD scholarship - aerodynamic models (Due: 27 February 2010)

This PhD position is concerned with improving and refining existing engineering models for dynamic stall and stall delay. Engineering models are widely used in industry, and further development of the models based on the newest experimental data supplemented by Computational Fluid Dynamics studies will be important for the predictive capability of modern aeroelastic codes.

Additionally, the aerodynamics is an essential part of understanding the load situations experience by a turbine during its lifetime. The PhD employee's main focus will be to combining results from existing Navier-Stokes computations, model experiments of airfoils and rotors in wind tunnels (NREL Phase-VI and MEXICO) and full scale experiments (DanAero).


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