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Is a phenomenological state variable, which can not be measured or deﬁned in physical terms (such as eddy intensity). It is interpreted as a ”hidden” state of the system. The diﬀerential equations are an appropriate model for light stall with trailing edge separation. The system parameters are identiﬁed from measurements (see Figure 51). 4 identiﬁed from  ( ). Firgure 52 shows measured values for Cl , Cd and Cm and the equivalent model functions identiﬁed. 2 Figure 52: Comparison of measure- moment ments and ﬁtted model.

6 Conclusion A mathematical model for a wind turbine blade with very few degrees of freedom is presented, where the models stiﬀness matrix is derived from ANSYS solutions. The model shall be used in engineering models to allow for systematic stability investigations (ﬂutter). Risø–R–1352(EN) 37 38 Risø–R–1352(EN) 6 A Word on Damping Problem Statement For simplicity, structural damping (here for the one-dimensional case) is mostly modelled by σ = E0 ε + β ε˙ (”Rayleigh-damping”) with damping coeﬃcient β.

Then the stiﬀness matrix will be derived and the coordinates for extension, tilt and warping of the cross sections will be eliminated from the system of diﬀerential equations. From the virtual work of d’Alembert forces, the mass matrix and gyroscopic terms due to rotation with Ω will be derived. Then diﬀerential equations for circulation and detachment of the ﬂow will be chosen and discretized with Finite Elements. The linear stability analysis ﬁnds stationary solutions of the system of diﬀerential equations and decides upon their stability.