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Ayberk Salim MAYIL, Ufuk DOĞAN
EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF RADIAL FAN AND TANGENTIAL IN VENTILATION SYSTEM OF BUILT-IN DOMESTIC OVENS
 
In the case of built-in ovens, ensuring a safe and comfortable experience for customers is just as important as energy efficiency and oven performance. To make sure that customers can use the oven without any issues, it is necessary to have a low temperature on the outer glass surface. Heat loss through the door can still lead to high temperatures on the outer door of the oven. For addressing this, it is crucial to control the conduction, convection, and radiation heat transfer methods when designing the door of domestic built-in ovens. Additionally, a ventilation system is employed to enhance natural and forced convection within the door. The ventilation components are positioned inside the cavity, and the high velocity air in the ventilation outlet sweeps away the hot air that rises through the door due to natural convection. Furthermore, the air velocity in the upper part of the door is higher than in the lower region, creating a pressure difference that increases the heat transfer coefficient between the door glasses. The ventilation design has a direct impact on the temperatures of the oven's outer surface. Fort he well-designed ventilation system, using fan is invetiable. Radial and tangential fans could be used in ventilation system design. Air suction process, air blowing process, mechanical structure in ventilation system are different for radial and tangential fan design concepts. In this study, two different ventilation systems have been investigated experimentally. One of them has a radial fan, other one has the tangential fan which both fans are the same power. All measurement are analyzed in Minitab software by graphically and statistically. ORCID NO: 0000-0002-6916-3487

Anahtar Kelimeler: Ventilation system, Radial Fan, Tangential Fan, Built-In Oven



 


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