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filters, 2x small filters(approximately 7"x30") and 1x large filter(approximately 9"x38"). I've found the wikipedia about Fan Laws. How do I use the Affinity / Fan Laws to calculate the size/type filter … the unit do not do an adequate job at filtering out dust, and combined with moisture kicked up by the centrifugal blower fan, it turns the whole thing into a breeding ground for mold, requiring me to …
asked Apr 19 by kipbits
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Consumption Follows an Affinity Law The relationship between fan RPM and power consumption follows an affinity law. Specifically power is proportionate to the cube of the RPM. So cutting your fan speed … in half reduces your power consumption by 8x. This relationship makes clear that reducing fan speed as much as possible is critical to reducing power consumption. However, affinity law alone won't …
answered Dec 13 '12 by alx9r
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of a house's exterior) Resistance curves plot the air pressure the fan will encounter versus the air flow that the fan is pushing. A characteristic resistance curve follows an affinity law and is … axial fan and not an centrifugal fan. tl;dr manufacturers specify flow rate for range hood fans at zero static pressure at the flow you need, the fan will encountered a non-trivial amount of static …
answered Jan 15 '13 by alx9r