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Fan Fundamentals - Level 2, Module 1 (Aerodynamics)
Earn a PDH (Professional Development Hour) for attending this informative webinar. The purpose of this presentation is to educate industry professionals on the basics of fan aerodynamics in order to gain a better understanding of the suitability of various product types for particular applications.

At the end of this presentation, you will be able to:

1. Describe how the fan affinity laws work, and why changes in size and speed independently impact fan/system interaction.
2. Apply dimensionless parameters to aid in determining a fan type’s suitability for a given application.
3. Evaluate whether a custom (heavy industrial) fan is required or a catalog (general industrial) offering is sufficient for a given application.

Apr 19, 2023 03:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Matt Raymond
Staff Engineer, P.E. @The New York Blower Company
Matt Raymond is a Staff Engineer for The New York Blower Company responsible for prototype development, aerodynamic research, CFD analysis, and sales support related to product performance. Matt graduated in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University and received his license as a Professional Engineer with a focus in Fluid and Thermal Systems. He has worked on major projects including development of VXAP designs, OEM development/improvement projects, CFD analysis, assessment of customer system designs and currently serves on the AMCA Fan Committee and AMCA 208 (Fan Energy Index). In his free time he enjoys a good book, movie, and traveling.