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# GENERATOR ROOM VENTILATION CALCULATION

## Diesel Generator capacity = 750 KVA

H
Ventilating air (cu.m/min.) = + Engine Combustion Air
D x SH x Dt

Where :-
H = Total Heat Radiation in (KW) (for engine + generator)
H = 125.5 KW (Ref. To specs. Sheet)
V = Ventilating air (cu.m/min.)
D = Density of air (kg/m3)
= 1.07 At 54 deg. C
SH = Specific heat of air ( kw.min/Kg.C)
= 0.017
dT= Temp. Rise inside engine room ( deg.C)
= 10 deg.C
ECA = Engine Combustion Air (Exhaust gas flow )
= 120 cu.m/min (Ref. To specs. Sheet)
7,182 cu.m/hr.

## Radiator fan air flow = 17.6 cu.m/sec. (Ref. To specs. Sheet)

= 1056 cu.m/min
= 37,256 cu.ft/min.

THEN :-

125.5
Ventilating air (V) = + 120
1.07 x 0.017 x 10

V = 810 cu.m/min

V = 28,564 cu.ft/min.

## - Consider Air Velocity = 1000 ft/min.

Total Air Quantity = 28,564 cu.ft/min.
Louver Area = 29 Sq.ft
2.7 Sq.m

Important Notes :-
1- clean , cool , dry air circulates around the switchgear , flows through the rear of the generator ,
across the engine , and discharges through the radiator
2- Cool air shoul always be available for the engine air cleaner (air filter ).
3- For best ventilation results , air should flow first across the generator then to both sides of the engine
.
4- Inlets located at the end of the room will provide adequate ventilation only to the engine nearast the
inlet.
5- Air flow restriction should be 0.5 inch W.G
GENERATOR ROOM VENTILATION CALCULATION

## Diesel Generator capacity = 1660 KVA

H
Ventilating air (cu.m/min.) = + Engine Combustion Air
D x SH x Dt

Where :-
H = Total Heat Radiation in (KW) (for engine + generator)
H = 232 KW (Ref. To specs. Sheet)
V = Ventilating air (cu.m/min.)
D = Density of air (kg/m3)
= 1.07 At 54 deg. C
SH = Specific heat of air ( kw.min/Kg.C)
= 0.017
dT= Temp. Rise inside engine room ( deg.C)
= 10 deg.C
ECA = Engine Combustion Air (Exhaust gas flow )
= 191 cu.m/min (Ref. To specs. Sheet)
11,462 cu.m/hr.

## Radiator fan air flow = 29.4 cu.m/sec. (Ref. To specs. Sheet)

= 1764 cu.m/min
= 62,234 cu.ft/min.

THEN :-

232
Ventilating air (V) = + 191
1.07 x 0.017 x 10

V = 1466 cu.m/min

V = 51,737 cu.ft/min.

## - Consider Air Velocity = 1000 ft/min.

Total Air Quantity = 51,737 cu.ft/min.
Louver Area = 52 Sq.ft
4.8 Sq.m

Important Notes :-
1- clean , cool , dry air circulates around the switchgear , flows through the rear of the generator ,
across the engine , and discharges through the radiator
2- Cool air shoul always be available for the engine air cleaner (air filter ).
3- For best ventilation results , air should flow first across the generator then to both sides of the engine
.
4- Inlets located at the end of the room will provide adequate ventilation only to the engine nearast the
inlet.
5- Air flow restriction should be 0.5 inch W.G
GENERATOR ROOM VENTILATION CALCULATION

## Diesel Generator capacity = 1400 KVA

H
Ventilating air (cu.m/min.) = + Engine Combustion Air
D x SH x Dt

Where :-
H = Total Heat Radiation in (KW) (for engine + generator)
H = 209 KW (Ref. To specs. Sheet)
V = Ventilating air (cu.m/min.)
D = Density of air (kg/m3)
= 1.07 At 54 deg. C
SH = Specific heat of air ( kw.min/Kg.C)
= 0.017
dT= Temp. Rise inside engine room ( deg.C)
= 10 deg.C
ECA = Engine Combustion Air (Exhaust gas flow )
= 254 cu.m/min (Ref. To specs. Sheet)
15,230 cu.m/hr.

## Radiator fan air flow = 27.1 cu.m/sec. (Ref. To specs. Sheet)

= 1626 cu.m/min
= 57,365 cu.ft/min.

THEN :-

209
Ventilating air (V) = + 254
1.07 x 0.017 x 10

V = 1403 cu.m/min

V = 49,491 cu.ft/min.

## - Consider Air Velocity = 1000 ft/min.

Total Air Quantity = 49,491 cu.ft/min.
Louver Area = 49 Sq.ft
4.6 Sq.m

Important Notes :-
1- clean , cool , dry air circulates around the switchgear , flows through the rear of the generator ,
across the engine , and discharges through the radiator
2- Cool air shoul always be available for the engine air cleaner (air filter ).
3- For best ventilation results , air should flow first across the generator then to both sides of the engine
.
4- Inlets located at the end of the room will provide adequate ventilation only to the engine nearast the
inlet.
5- Air flow restriction should be 0.5 inch W.G