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二重反転式軸流送風機の流体力学的特性と騒音特性に関する実験的研究(第1報,軸間距離,電動機支持形態の影響)


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Title: 二重反転式軸流送風機の流体力学的特性と騒音特性に関する実験的研究(第1報,軸間距離,電動機支持形態の影響)
Authors: 児玉, 好雄 / 林, 秀千人 / 深野, 徹 / 田中, 清裕
Authors (alternative): Kodama, Yoshio / Hayashi, Hidechito / Fukano, Tohru / Tanaka, Kiyohiro
Issue Date: 25-Aug-1994
Publisher: 日本機械学会
Citation: 日本機械学會論文集. B編 60(576) p.2764-2771 1994
Abstract: An experimental investigation of a counter-rotating fan was conducted with special attention to the effects of the supporter shape of the electric motor and the distance between two rotors on the fluid dynamic and fan noise characteristics. A comparison of the fan noise and the fluid dynamic characteristics between the counter-rotating fan and a two-stage rotor fan was also made. As a result it was concluded that the noise generated from a symmetrically supported fan was lower by 3 to 6 dB than that from an asymmetrically supported fan, and the fluid dynamic characteristics of the former were superior to those of the latter. The larger the distance between two rotors is, the lower the fan efficiency and the fan noise are. Although the fluid dynamic characteristics of the counter-rotating fan are superior to those of the two-stage rotor fan, the counter-rotating fan can't be recommended yet because it generates from much more noise than the latter.
Keywords: Fluid Dynamic Characteristics / Counter-Rotating Fan / Two-Stage Rotor Fan / Fan Noise / Discrete Frequency Noise
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/6708
ISSN: 03875016
Type: Journal Article
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