Loren Cook Fan Law Calculator

Loren Cook Fan Law Calculator


The Fan Law Calculator is a convenient tool for mechanical engineers, test and balance contractors, and field tradesmen. Input the four existing field conditions (cfm, rpm, static pressure and horsepower) and one value of a new desired performance condition. The Fan Law Calculator then performs the calculations for the new conditions. Users are advised to verify maximum rpm limits of a product before increasing speeds.

Recent changes:
Bug fixes for entering numbers staring with a decimal point
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3.7
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File size
479 kb
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About Loren Cook Fan Law Calculator
The Fan Law Calculator is a convenient tool for mechanical engineers, test and balance contractors, and field tradesmen. Input the four existing field conditions (cfm, rpm, static pressure and horsepower) and one value of a new desired performance condition. The Fan Law Calculator then performs the calculations for the new conditions. Users are advised to verify maximum rpm limits of a product before increasing speeds.

Recent changes:
Bug fixes for entering numbers staring with a decimal point

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A Google User
Nov 4, 2013
This is a great app But I often get an error. Should repair updates
A Google User
Jan 26, 2013
Ridiculous! operator error on my part! This is GREAT app!!!!!!!
A Google User
Jan 26, 2013
Ridiculous! operator error on my part! This is GREAT app!!!!!!!
A Google User
Dec 14, 2012
Galaxy S2 Awesome app!!!!!! Can you please update this app so that the new static pressure is displayed in thousandths instead of hundredths. I like to split hairs while at work plus it looks better on our documents. It would be greatly appreciated
A Google User
Sep 21, 2012
Ok but just ok Limited use, just use the fan curve.