## Temperature increase

### Temperature increase through the fan

Input Result
The fan pressure rise pft=
Compressibility factor kp=
Density ρ=
Fan efficiency nf= % %
Specific heat capacity Cp= kJ/(kg,˚C) kJ/(kg,˚C)
Temperaturhöjning Δt=

### Temperature increase with belt driven engine

Input Result
The fan pressure rise pft=
Compressibility factor kp=
Density ρ=
Fan efficiency nf= % %
Engine efficiency nm= % %
Transmissions efficiency ntr= % %
Specific heat capacityt Cp= kJ/(kg,˚C) kJ/(kg,˚C)
Temperature increase Δt=

### Pressure raising

Is the total pressure rise that fan creates.

### Compressibility factor

One factor that tells you how much the media äbdrar in volume due to fan pressure rise. 1 corresponds to the media is not affected.

### Density

Density is a SI unit and is a measure of a specific substance's density, i.e. mass per unit volume. A synonym for density that can sometimes occur are specific weight.

### Fan efficiency

The efficiency of the fan itself.

### Engine Efficiency

Refers to the efficiency of the motor to a belt-driven fan.

### Transmission efficiency

The efficiency of the transmission of a belt-driven fan.

### Specific heat capacity

Specific heat capacity or cp is a measure of a material's ability to store thermal energy. The SI unit for the specific heat capacity is J / (kg * K).

### Temperature increase

The temperature rise that occurs through the fan.