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Dusts Fly-Ash Microscope Fumes This represents a 10 micron diam. particle, the smallest size visible with the human eye. M. " ASHRAE Winter Meeting, 1985. H. g. 01 DAMPER FACE VELOCITY -fpm V (Velocity) = CFM Sq. Ft. Damper Area Adapted from HVAC Systems Duct Design, Third Edition, 1990, Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractor’s National Association . g. 02 1/2 in. 001 FACE AREA VELOCITY—fpm Adapted from HVAC Systems Duct Design, Third Edition, 1990, Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractor’s National Association .

M. " ASHRAE Winter Meeting, 1985. H. g. 01 DAMPER FACE VELOCITY -fpm V (Velocity) = CFM Sq. Ft. Damper Area Adapted from HVAC Systems Duct Design, Third Edition, 1990, Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractor’s National Association . g. 02 1/2 in. 001 FACE AREA VELOCITY—fpm Adapted from HVAC Systems Duct Design, Third Edition, 1990, Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractor’s National Association . 01 100,000 80,000 60,000 40,000 0 30,000 8 0 20,000 7 r ete uct m Dia D In. 60 55 10,000 50 8,000 5 4 6,000 40 4,000 6 3,000 3 32 2,000 30 28 26 4 2 1,000 800 22 0 600 2 18 400 4 300 1 14 12 CFM 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 200 12 7 2 6 r ete 5 t uc y cit 20 8 lo Ve 40 30 10 9 m Fp 100 80 60 3 D In.

1750 90 212,000 191,000 21,200 3-Ph. 1750 90 283,000 255,000 28,300 3-Ph. 1750 90 353,000 318,000 35,300 3-Ph. 1750 91 420,000 382,000 37,800 3-Ph. 1750 91 569,000 509,000 50,300 3-Ph. 1750 91 699,000 636,000 62,900 † Adapted from Chapter 26 ASHRAE “Fundamentals” Handbook, 1989. 44 General Ventilation Design Rate of Heat Gain From Commercial Cooking Appliances in Air-Conditioned Area† Appliance Gas-Burning, Floor Mounted Type Manufacturer’s Input Rating Watts Broiler, unit Deep fat fryer Oven, deck, per sq.

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