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AbstractI used 10 air multipliers and placed them together one by one in series I measured the wind velocities using an Anemometer and recorded the air velocities of one air multiplier two three and so on until 10 were in series When I reached the second air multiplier I noticed that the air velocity increased a considerable amount As I added more air multipliers however the increase in velocity slowly declined until it only went up about one or two meters per second Finally I reached the last air multiplier and recorded the data I found mathematical relationships of these additive air velocities at differing spacing of the air multipliers In all I found seven equations using a computer software program I also decided to see how the wind velocity changed if I spaced out the air multipliers I spaced them out and recorded the data I was also curious to see how far apart the air multipliers would have to be spaced in order for there to be no change in wind velocity In the end I saw that the air multipliers needed 688 cm of spacing to show no multiplying effects of units in series IntroductionThe recent release of a 30-year-old Japanese patent is an innovative redesign of a common household appliance that will essentially change the way we circulate air through our homes businesses and schools Companies such as Nouge Dyson and Veson are currently making the air multiplying fan Dyson Patent on left 30-year old Japanese patent on righthttpwwwtelegraphcouktechnology6389354Dyson-fan-why-it-is-a-novel-inventionhtmlSince this invention didnt hit stores shelves until about a year ago people are impressed at its unique design and function This new product has countless possibilities for physical science demonstrations explanations and future science research The air multipliers work by sucking in 27 liters of air into its vents at the base of the fan Inside the fan itself there is a motor that
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