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Title: Final report of IEA Task 29, Mexnet (Phase 1) : analysis of Mexico wind tunnel measurements
Authors: Schepers, J.G.
Boorsma, K.
Cho, T.
Gomez-Iradi, S.
Schaffarczyk, P.
Jeromin, Andreas
Lutz, Thomas
Meister, K.
Stoevesandt, Bernhard
Schreck, Scott
Micallef, Daniel
Pereira, R.
Sant, Tonio
Madsen, H.A.
Sorensen, N.
Keywords: Wind turbines
Wind tunnel testing
Particle image velocimetry
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: IEA
Citation: Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN). (2012). Final report of IEA Task 29, Mexnext (Phase 1): Analysis of Mexico wind tunnel measurements. Netherlands. ECN-E--12-004.
Abstract: This report describes the work performed within the first phase of IEA Task 29 Mexnext. In this IEA Task 29 a total of 20 organisations from 11 different countries collaborated in analyzing the measurements which have been taken in the EU project ‘Mexico’. Within this Mexico project 9 European institutes carried out a wind tunnel experiment in the Large Low Speed Facility (LLF) of the German DutchWind Facilities DNW on a rotor with a diameter of 4.5 m. Pressure distributions were measured at five location along the blade along with detailed flow field measurements around the rotor plane using stereo PIV.
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