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Development of Axial Contra Rotating Fans at ebm-papst
Posted Fri April 09, 2021 @02:07PM
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Announcements ADT and ebm-papst will host Development of Axial Contra Rotating Fans at ebm-papst St. Georgen with ADT’s TURBOdesign Suite on Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 9 am GMT.

This webinar will present a rapid and efficient design and optimization process for axial contra-rotating fans.


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The speakers will present application of TURBOdesign tools for the preliminary multi-blade row design of the axial fan where the rpm and pressure rise repartition of the different stages are varied. The results of the preliminary design work are shown to be in excellent agreement with 3D CFD validating the overall design process and solution.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Learn how to approach the design of high performance axial contra-rotating fans;
  • Discover how design optimization techniques can be used to explore wide areas of the design space within minutes;
  • Validate initial design assumptions from 1D sizing, 3D Inverse Design and 3D CFD data.

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