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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 6, June 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Simulation Of Air Flow Around Ceiling Fan In An Enclosed Space By Using Cfd

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AUTHOR(S)

J.Bala Bhaskara Rao, D. Bhanuchandra Rao, J.Siddhartha Yadav, M.Sreerama

 

KEYWORDS

Roof fan, Turbulence, velocity, CFD, ANSYS, k-turbulence model.

 

ABSTRACT

In this research the impact of room stature and fan speed on wind flow design and in like manner, room air movement nature of the 3-dimensional transient model of a ceiling fan utilizing Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD). This is done by experimenting estimations of air speeds and violent motor vitality at different unequivocally found planes, in a structure envelope, for accomplishing human comfort, utilizing ceiling fan by ANSYS 15.0. Working the fan at higher rotational rates doesn't generally protect agreeable air circulation. Subsequently an ideal speed can be suggested, contingent upon the fan good ways from the floor. As, the progression of air originating from fan is having violent nature and there are such a large number of models accessible, so picking the right model is need. The fan speed, measurement, and number of sharp edges, cutting edge, and location all these assume a significant job in deciding the required stream design included in the space. In this investigation, the experimented work is accomplished for the generally utilized discontinuous model .This model is utilized to anticipate active and scattering energies to acquire the disturbance power generated.

 

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