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UberCloud Experiment Team 198: Kaplan turbine flow simulation using OpenFOAM in the Advania Cloud

Kaplan 200This UberCloud Experiment #198 from end-user Martin Kantor from GROFFENG deals with an application in the hydropower and renewable energy sector. There are still many opportunities with usable hydro potential: existing hydropower plants with old obsolete turbines, new hydropower plants at an existing weir, or new hydropower plants for new locations. Kaplan water turbines are used for locations with small head. The flow simulation inside the turbine is calculated using the Turbomachinery CFD module from CFD Support for OpenFOAM. The flow simulation and its analysis are important for verification of turbine energy parameters, turbine shape optimization and turbine geometry changes. You can download this case study HERE.

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