"The system under investigation was designed by the National Blower Works and consists of One Fan (see fan drawing) ten feet in diameter (guaranteed to deliver forty four thousand cubic feet of air at one hundred and thirty six revolutions per minute) housed in a three sixteenths inch steel plate casing which stands two hundred inches high from bottom of wheel pit to top of housing. One General Electric Motor of twenty horse power capacity at two hundred and twenty volts. A plenum chamber thirty four feet by twelve feet six inches from which extend forty galvanized iron air ducts varying in size and length. The heating system, which consists of steam coils and a patent system of temperature regulation, was not studied in connection with this work"--page 2.
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
B.S. in Mining Engineering
Missouri School of Mines and Metallurgy
i, 21 pages
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Morgan, Glenn Beckley and Tweed, Walter James, "The study of ventilation by the centrifugal fan system" (1904). Bachelors Theses. 244.