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Construction of Mechanic Regulation of Turbine Ventilator using Half-Flap

Originální název

Construction of Mechanic Regulation of Turbine Ventilator using Half-Flap

Anglický název

Construction of Mechanic Regulation of Turbine Ventilator using Half-Flap

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

An article deals with a definition, concept, development, calculation and construction of a prototype solution of a mechanical regulation of a turbine ventilator using a half-flap eliminating an amount of ventilated air. The whole mechanical regulation solution lies in a central shaft. When a rotation nozzle is spun to high revolutions, a flap closes gradually and eliminates air flowing. This prototype of the mechanical regulation may be used for classic concepts of turbine ventilators, where the rotation nozzle stays in one position and only rotates around its own axis.

Anglický abstrakt

An article deals with a definition, concept, development, calculation and construction of a prototype solution of a mechanical regulation of a turbine ventilator using a half-flap eliminating an amount of ventilated air. The whole mechanical regulation solution lies in a central shaft. When a rotation nozzle is spun to high revolutions, a flap closes gradually and eliminates air flowing. This prototype of the mechanical regulation may be used for classic concepts of turbine ventilators, where the rotation nozzle stays in one position and only rotates around its own axis.

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@article{BUT130820,
  author="Josef {Sedlák} and Jiří {Malášek} and Martin {Ondra} and Aleš {Polzer}",
  title="Construction of Mechanic Regulation of Turbine Ventilator using Half-Flap",
  annote="An article deals with a definition, concept, development, calculation and construction of a prototype solution of a mechanical regulation of a turbine ventilator using a half-flap eliminating an amount of ventilated air. The whole mechanical regulation solution lies in a central shaft. When a rotation nozzle is spun to high revolutions, a flap closes gradually and eliminates air flowing. This prototype of the mechanical regulation may be used for classic concepts of turbine ventilators, where the rotation nozzle stays in one position and only rotates around its own axis.",
  address="UJEP",
  chapter="130820",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="UJEP",
  number="6",
  volume="2016",
  year="2016",
  month="december",
  pages="1364--1370",
  publisher="UJEP",
  type="journal article in Scopus"
}