Effects of Wind Tunnel Blockage and Turbulence Intensity on the Performance of a Small Wind Turbine: An In-House Round Robin Study

Erol Sayıcı, Burcu
Abdulrahim, Anas
Perçin, Mustafa
Uzol, Oğuz
Wind Energy Science Conference (WESC) - 2021


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Citation Formats
B. Erol Sayıcı, A. Abdulrahim, M. Perçin, and O. Uzol, “Effects of Wind Tunnel Blockage and Turbulence Intensity on the Performance of a Small Wind Turbine: An In-House Round Robin Study,” presented at the Wind Energy Science Conference (WESC) - 2021, 2021, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/99693.