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A review on computational fluid dynamics modeling and simulation of horizontal axis hydrokinetic turbines

  • S. LaínEmail author
  • L. T. Contreras
  • O. López
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Abstract

Hydrokinetic energy conversion devices provide the facility to capture energy from water flow without the need of large dams, impoundments, channels or deviation of the water as in conventional hydroelectric centrals. Hydrokinetic systems are intended to be used in streams, either natural (rivers, estuaries, marine currents) or artificially built channels. This article reviews the advances made over the last 10–15 years regarding the three-dimensional computational fluid dynamics modeling and simulation of this type of turbines. Technical aspects of model design, employed boundary conditions, solution of the governing equations of the water flow through the hydrokinetic turbine and assumptions made during the simulations are thoroughly described. We hope that this review will encourage new computational investigations about hydrokinetic turbines that contribute to their continuous improvement, development and implementation aimed to sustainable use of water resources and addressed to solve the problem of lack of electricity supply in small, isolated populations.

Keywords

CFD Hydrokinetic turbine Simulation Horizontal axis turbine Axial flow water turbine 

List of symbols

\(A\)

Cross-sectional area of the rotor (m2)

\(A_{\infty }\)

Water area upstream the turbine (m2)

\(A_{\text{d}}\)

Actuator disk area (m2)

\(A_{\text{disk}}\)

Disk area (m2)

\(A_{\text{exit}}\)

Diffuser exit area (m2)

\(A_{\text{w}}\)

Water area downstream the turbine (m2)

\(a\)

Axial flow induction factor

\(a^{\prime }\)

Tangential flow induction factor

\(B\)

Number of blades

\(c\)

Blade chord length (m)

\(C_{\text{D}}\)

Drag coefficient

\(C_{{{\text{L}},{ \rm{max} }}}\)

Maximum lift coefficient

\(C_{\text{L}}\)

Lift coefficient

\(C_{\text{T}}\)

Thrust coefficient

\(C_{{{\text{p}},{\text{exit}}}}\)

Power coefficient at the diffuser exit

\(C_{\text{p}}\)

Power coefficient

\(D_{\text{N}}\)

Nozzle diameter (m)

\(D_{\text{c}}\)

Cylinder diameter (m)

\(D_{\text{cd}}\)

Cylinder duct diameter (m)

\(D_{\text{r}}\)

Diameter of turbine (m)

\(F\)

Force (N)

\(K_{\text{p}}\)

Pressure coefficient (–)

\(L_{\text{cd}}\)

Cylinder duct length (m)

\(P\)

Fluid power (W)

\(P_{\text{d}}\)

Pressure across the actuator disk (Pa)

\(Q\)

Rotor torque (N)

\(R\)

Radius of turbine (m)

\(r\)

Radius of local blade element (m)

\(T\)

Rotor thrust (N)

\(U_{\infty }\)

Free stream velocity (m/s)

\(U_{\text{d}}\)

Free stream at the actuator disk (m/s)

\(U_{\text{w}}\)

Free stream downstream the turbine (m/s)

\(\mu\)

Dynamic viscosity of the water (N s/m2)

\(\rho\)

Water density (kg/m3)

\(\sigma\)

Solidity

\(\sigma_{\text{V}}\)

Cavitation number

\(\phi\)

Angle of attack (°)

\(\omega\)

Turbulence dissipation

\(\varOmega\)

Rotational speed (rad/s)

Notes

Acknowledgements

The financial support of the Dirección de Investigaciones y Desarrollo Tecnológico of Universidad Autónoma de Occidente is gratefully acknowledged (Project “Evaluación y simulación computacional de turbinas hidrocinéticas de río de eje horizontal”). This work was partially sponsored by the Young Researchers Program from the Colombian Administrative Department of Science, Technology and Innovation, COLCIENCIAS (L.T. Contreras).

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.PAI+ Group, Energetics and Mechanics Department, Faculty of EngineeringUniversidad Autónoma de OccidenteCaliColombia
  2. 2.Mathematics, Informatic and Engineering DepartmentUniversité du Québec à Rimousky (UQAR)RimouskiCanada
  3. 3.Computational Mechanics Research Group, Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of EngineeringUniversidad de los AndesBogotáColombia

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