3 - 6 SEPTEMBER 2018
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CRITERIA FOR ADMISSION AND OTHER INFORMATION
- design of an optimum power-extracting blade (variable speed/fixed speed, and fixed/variable pitch operation);
- design approach for low wind speed sites;
- aerodynamic and mechanical noise reduction;
- buckling and fatigue analysis.
- modern standards and analysis methods;
- static and dynamic tests.
- blade static, modal and dynamic tests;
- practical experience with a static test is conducted in laboratory on a 3.5 m - blade.
- selection of blade materials and staking laminates for small wind turbine blade construction;
- composite material modeling, fiber orientation and thickness distribution on the composite material;
- practical experience with structural test on composite samples.
- wind tunnel and infield testing, when and why;
- experimental tests procedure;
- handling and analyzing real-time data.
- the basics of the blade-element momentum theory along with guidelines for the construction of airfoil data,
- state-of-the-art advanced numerical simulation tools for wind turbine rotors and wakes.
During the 4-days of the Summer School, an overview of cultural and professional events in Trento and Riva del Garda will be provided, including some suggestions for practising several sports and tours to explore the cities of Trento and Riva del Garda by your own.
The Summer School will be held on the same week of the International Colloquium TUrbWind 2018 (September 6th-7th www.turbwind2018.org) on wind energy exploitation in urban environment.