mixed-flow fan

mixed-flow fan

[′mikst ¦flō ′fan]
(mining engineering)
A mine fan in which the flow is both radial and axial.
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As an example, a mixed-flow fan moving 80,000 cfm of combined building and bypass air at an exit velocity of 6300 ft/min can send an exhaust air jet plume up to 120 ft high in a 10 mph crosswind.
It has to be directly attributable to these mixed-flow fans.
As an example, a mixed-flow fan moving 80,000 cfm of combined building and bypass air at an exit velocity of 6300 feet per minute can send an exhaust air jet plume up to 120 feet high in a 10-mph crosswind.
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