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A prototype fan has a 20-ft diameter, an inlet pressure of14.40 psia, an inlet

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Problem 12.30

A prototype fan has a 20-ft diameter, an inlet pressure of14.40 psia, an inlet temperature of 70 F, and a speed of 90 rpm. A110-scale model of the fan has the same inlet pressure and temperature, an inlet power of 1.24 hp, a flow rate of 220 ft3/min, and a speed of1800 rpm. Find the corresponding input power and flow rate of theprototype fan. Neglect Reynolds number effects.

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Author: Philip M. Gerhart, Andrew L. Gerhart, John I. Hochstein
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