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Multistage axial flow compressor stators. Secr Defence, June 28, 1978: GB1516041-A (118 worldwide citation)

1516041 Cooling axial flow compressors; ducted fan engines DEFENCE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR 14 Feb 1977 [25 Feb 1976] 07513/76 Headings F1C, F1J and FIT [Also in Division F4] Air flowing through a multi-stage axial flow compressor is cooled by stator blades 9 each formed as one end of a heat pipe 14, ...


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John F Foss, Scott C Morris: Fan shroud with integral air supply. Board of Trustees operating Michigan State University, Brinks Hofer Gilson & Lione, March 16, 1999: US05881685 (110 worldwide citation)

A shroud for an axial blade fan provides a circumferential, axially directed flow of air between the fan blade tips and the shroud to improve fan efficiency. The shroud preferably includes a smaller, centrally disposed fan which is driven by an auxiliary motor, a circumferentially extending generall ...


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SIMMONDS KEVIN JOHN, FITTON NICHOLAS GERALD, NICOLAS FREDERIC, GAMMACK PETER DAVID: [en] Fan with a filter. DYSON TECHNOLOGY, April 28, 2010: GB2464736-A (106 worldwide citation)

[en] A fan assembly comprises a nozzle 1, means 30 for creating an air flow through the nozzle 1, and a filter 26 for removing particulates from the air flow. The nozzle 1 comprises an interior passage 10, a mouth 12 for receiving the air flow from the interior passage 10, and a Coanda surface 14 lo ...


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Willie L Starnes Jr, James M Webster: Side-vented axial fan and associated fabrication methods. Compaq Computer Corporation, Konneker Bush Hitt & Chwang, April 18, 1995: US05407324 (105 worldwide citation)

An axial flow cooling fan includes a rectangular housing base portion and a plurality of rectangular plate members, all having corner portions and central circular air flow openings. The plate members have corner openings and integral hollow cylindrical spacer members formed on side surfaces of thei ...


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Pumps. Roberts, May 5, 1976: GB1434226-A (94 worldwide citation)

1434226 Axial flow pumps S A ROBERTS 23 Oct 1974 [2 Nov 1973 5 June 1974] 50969/73 and 25049/74 Heading F1C [Also in Division H2] An axial-flow pump unit having an annular liquid flow passage 19 formed between an outer tubular housing 1 and an inner two-part plastics casing 7, 8 incorporates an elec ...


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Frederic Nicolas, Kevin John Simmonds: Fan. Dyson Technology, Morrison & Foerster, January 10, 2012: US08092166 (92 worldwide citation)

A fan assembly for creating an air current is described. The fan assembly includes a nozzle mounted on a base housing a device for creating an air flow through the nozzle. The nozzle includes an interior passage for receiving the air flow from the base, a mouth through which the air flow is emitted, ...


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Sadler Marc, Parise Vital, de Maneville Guy: Ventilateur equipe dune manche a air. Moulinex, December 1, 2000: FR2794195-A1 (85 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns an electric fan having a fixed body (2) wherein are provided a rotor (3) comprising a plurality of blades (4), an electric motor (5) driving the rotor (3) in rotation, a grill (6) mounted opposite and downstream of said rotor (3), an air duct (21) whereof the inlet (22) consis ...


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Beck Harold D: Fan shroud exit structure. International Harvester Company, Krubel Frederick J, Harman Floyd B, Schaerli John A, March 25, 1975: US3872916 (85 worldwide citation)

An internal combustion engine, having a heat exchange cooling system, a fan for moving air therethrough and a shroud and shroud exit section for controlling the air path. The shroud exit encloses the fan and includes throat (CF) radial expander (R) and radial flat (RF) sections whereby air is drawn ...


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Tao Hong, John R Savage: Cooling fan using Coanda effect to reduce recirculation. Valeo, Jacox Meckstroth & Jenkins, January 20, 2009: US07478993 (83 worldwide citation)

A cooling fan for an engine in a vehicle. Ordinarily, a fan rotates within a shroud, which surrounds the fan. Leakage can occur between the tips of the fan blades and the shroud, wherein fan exhaust moves forward, and then passes through the fan again. The invention reduces leakage by placing a surf ...


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FITTON NICHOLAS GERALD, NICOLAS FREDERIC, GAMMACK PETER DAVID: [en] Annular fan. DYSON TECHNOLOGY, March 24, 2010: GB2463698-A (81 worldwide citation)

[en] A fan assembly comprises a nozzle 1 mounted on a base 16 which houses means for creating an air flow through the nozzle 1. The nozzle 1 comprises an interior passage 10 which receives air flow from the base 16, and a mouth 12 through which the air flow is emitted. The nozzle 1 extends substanti ...