Centrifugal Fan Teaching Trainer [Code: FM00102]

Centrifugal Fan Teaching Trainer
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Centrifugal Fan Teaching Trainer.
Centrifugal Fan Teaching Trainer EXERCISES AND PRACTICAL POSSIBILITIES Some Practical Possibilities of the Unit: 1.-Measurement of constant-speed machinc performance in terms of static and total pressures, rotor speed and motor shaft power, as a function of inlet flow. 2.-Calculation of flow with and orifice plate. 3.-Calculation of the fan efficiency. 4.-Introduction to similarity laws for scale-up. 5.-Calculation of the flow by static pressure measurement, dynamic pressure measurement and total pressure depending of the test. 6.-Practices with the different turbines: with the blades forwards, with the blades backwards and with flat blades. 7.-Determination of the fan characteristics curves. 8.-Calculation of the typical curve of a fan at a constant turning speed (turbine with blades forwards). 9.-Calculation of the typical curve of a fan at a constant turning speed (turbine with blades backwards). 10.-Calculation of the typical curve of a fan at a constant turning speed (turbine with flat blades). 11.-Measurement of performance at constant speeds. 12.-Static pressure increasing. Other possible practices (with the optional Set of Accessories): 13.-Calculation of flow. Test with discharge duct and nozzle. 14.-Calculation of flow. Test with aspiration duct and nozzle. 15.-Calculation of the differential flow according to the turbines position in the discharge duct. 16.-Calculation of the differential flow according to the turbines position in the aspiration duct. 17.-Determination of the fan characteristics curves (with the optional Set of Accessories). 18.-Measuring a cooling curve. 19.-Determination of the coefficient of heat transfer from the cooling curve. 20.-Measurement of the pressure distribution around a cylinder in a transverse flow. 21.-Measurements behind a cylinder in a transverse flow. 22.-Pressure loss measurements at a bend. 23.-Pressure loss measurements on pipe sections. 24.-Pressure loss measurements at an elbow. 25.-To investigate the influence of different shaped pipe inlets.

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