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Term Paper on Electric Fan

Term Paper on Electric Fan

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Published by: Khondokar Fida Hasan on Jul 17, 2012
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COMILLA UNIVERSITY
TERM PAPER ON ELECTRIC FANTERM PAPER NO
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KHONDAKER FIDA HASANLECTURER DEPT.OF INFORMATION ANDCOMMUNITION
TECHNOLOGY 
COMILLA UNIVERSITYCOMILLA-3503BANGLADESH
 
EMAIL
:k.fidahasan@yahoo.com
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CONCLUSION
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ELECTRIC FAN
 
INTRODUCTION:
Electric fans are used to regulate interior temperatures. People commonlyuse them during hot and humid summer days to increase air movementthroughout a home. Some electric fans are movable and can be put on a
 
desk or on the floor. Larger models are permanently installed on theceiling. Electric ceiling fans are sometimes used in the winter to circulatewarmer air back down from the ceiling
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Fig: Electric fan.
Electric fans made their first appearance in the 1880s. These early fanswere made primarily of brass. Over the ensuing decades, fans wereconstructed out of a large number of materials, including steel, copper and aluminum. In the 21st century, most domestic fans are made out of  plastic. Schuler Wheeler invented the electric fan in 1886
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"Wheeler (1860-1923) figured out how to apply the fledgling science of electricity to make a fan turn. Drawing on the work of Thomas Edison and  Nicola Tesla, Wheeler invented a desktop fan consisting of two blades-unshielded by any sort of protective cage-powered by an electric motor.The fan was marketed by the Crocker & Curtis Electric Motor Co’’.‘‘... further development of the electric fan fell to Philip H. Diehl, aGerman immigrant who'd lost everything in the 1871 Chicago fire’’ . 
LITERATURE REVIEW:History:
 
TheIndustrial Revolutionin the late 19th century introduced belt-drivenfans powered by factorywater wheels. Attaching wooden or metal bladesto shafts overhead that were used to drive the machinery, the first

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