International Conference on Fans: v. 4 - 9-10 November 2004 IMechE Headquarters, London, UK Organized by the Fluid Machinery Group of the Institution

International Conference on Fans: v. 4 - 9-10 November 2004 IMechE Headquarters, London, UK Organized by the Fluid Machinery Group of the Institution

By: Fluid Machinery Group Staff (author), IMechE (Institution of Mechanical Engineers) (author)Hardback

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Fans are probably the most commonly used machines from computers to power station boilers, they come in all shapes and sizes. In today's ever more demanding marketplace, companies are evolving fans that are more efficient, quieter, and cheaper to run. These IMechE event transactions bring together international authors presenting their latest research and development. With significant developments, such as the impact of CFD on fan design and the increasingly common application of variable speed, International Conference on Fans provides a unique opportunity for both manufacturers and users of fans to share their experience and findings. The topics include: Noise and vibration; Small fans and motors; Computational fluid dynamics; Cooling applications; Operation and maintenance; Impact of technology, legislation, and testing; and, Fan design. "International Conference on Fans" is vital reading for fan users, installers, consultants, and manufacturers and everyone concerned with power generation, industrial processes, commercial ventilation, air conditioning, tunnel and mine ventilation.

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Contents

Keynote Paper C631/100/2004 Fans - just how mature are they? W T W Cory 3 Noise and Vibration C631/013/2004 Acoustic optimization of refrigerated foods display case D Hopkins 11 C631/009/2004 Prediction of fan broadband noise A Guedel, M Roger, C Truffinet, and S Moreau 25 C631/018/2004 Performance enhancement using blade tip injection coupled with casing treatment B H Beheshti, J A Teixeira, P C Ivey, K Ghorbanian, and B Farhanieh 35 C631/019/2004 The application of winglets in small fans to achieve a noise reduction W Angelis and G Eimer 45 C631/003/2004 Aerotip reduces pulsation and enhances the performances of air cooling fans H F van der Spek 51 C631/002/2004 Controlling fan vibration with active balancing to solve serious reliability and maintenance problems A J Winzenz 61 Small Fans and Motors C631/001/2004 Novel concepts for improved brushless fan motors A Lelkes 73 Computational Fluid Dynamics C631/005/2004 Computational techniques for aeroelasticity and aero-acoustic analyses of aero-engine fan assemblies X Wu, A I Sayma, W Vahdati, and M Imregun 85 C631/016/2004 Utilization of CFD in development of centrifugal fan aerodynamics J A Tallgren, D A Sarin, and A G Sheard 99 C631/020/2004 Flow-field downstream of an axial-flow fan - comparison between numerical simulations and experimental results at different loads P Puddu 119 C631/039/2004 Design of a box fan rotor using three-dimensional inverse design method H Okamoto, H Watanabe, M Zangeneh, and A Goto 129 Cooling Applications C631/030/2004 Reduction of cooling fan usage through control applications in automotive air-conditioning systems K Chan and R Pritchard 141 C631/025/2004 Advanced velocity profile behind aircoolers using a streamer E Reichert 151 C631/026/2004 Using brushless DC-motors for automotive applications - performance range 250 W up to 1000 W H Schneeweiss 159 C631/031/2004 Experimental investigation to determine the influence of an air-handling unit on the characteristics and acoustics of plug centrifugal fans O Sadi and P Kremer 169 Operation and Maintenance C631/022/2004 Detailed experimental investigation of the flow field during design and off-design operation of a squirrel cage fan S Cabitza, F Nurzia, C Palomba, and P Pudda 181 C631/011/2004 Energy savings by improved application of fans in an air handling unit G Lockwood 191 C631/008/2004 Fan performance improvements on an existing installation - a case study K Lownie and R Bourcier 201 C631/010/2004 Do fans cause furnace implosions? R G Adams 211 Impact of Technology, Legislation, and Testing C631/007/2004 Fan technology - evolutionary potential and evolutionary limits D Mann 225 C631/028/2004 Do you know... a hawk from a handsaw, or a pressure vessel from a fan, (or why we need a technical fan specification)? A A Hutchings 235 C631/034/2004 Industrial fans - performance testing using standardized airways M R Stevens 243 Fan Design C631/023/2004 A more flexible approach to fan retro-fits R Mulholland and J Irons 255 C631/006/2004 Centrifugal fans for desulphurization service - a manufacturing experience P Saccenti and S Di Vincenzo 271 C631/036/2004 Fan selection - a practical guide C Halstead 283 C631/038/2004 Fan design for hovercraft and impact of new technology J L Allison, B G Forstell, and M L McCain 297 C631/017/2004 Time-accurate investigation of the rotor - struts interaction effects in an industrial axial-flow fan J A Teixeira, A Tourlidakis, I R Kinghorn, and A G Sheard 307 C631/032/2004 The design of a ducted fan for a scale model of a Harrier Jump-Jet P R Emmerson and G C Horton 321 C631/012/2004 Reverse axial-flow fans in ventilation systems V Cyrus, P Wurst, and P Koci 335 C631/015/2004 Computational and experimental surveys of three similar industrial axial-flow fans J A Teixeira, A Tourlidakis, I R Kinghorn, and A G Sheard 345 C631/004/2004 Characteristics of performance with different shapes of blades in centrifugal blower J W Kim and A Y Ahn 359 Authors' Index 369

Product Details

  • publication date: 02/11/2004
  • ISBN13: 9781860584756
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 384
  • ID: 9781860584756
  • weight: 952
  • ISBN10: 1860584756

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