2016
DOI: 10.1115/1.4034241
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Abstract: A modified version of the Beddoes–Leishman (B-L) dynamic stall model is presented. A novel approach was applied for deriving the effective flow separation points using two-dimensional (2D) static wind tunnel test data in conjunction with Kirchhoff's model. The results were then fitted in a least-squares sense using a new nonlinear model that gives a better fit for the effective flow separation point under a wide range of operating conditions with fewer curve fitting coefficients. Another model, based on random…

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