TurboMoni       Applied Dynamics Lab

 from concept design, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modeling,  to functional testing  

Solutions to fan blade designs and applications for energy saving and lower noise  

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  + Concept Verification and Validation

  + Experiment for CFD Validation

  + Research, Design and Development

  + Support for Bidding

Applied R&D activities in TurboMoni Applied Dynamics Lab cover designs of innovative fan/impeller for avionics cabinet air cooling, medical device air supply,  electronics cooling, cockpit and cabinet ventilation, electric motor cooling, mechanical transmission cooling, appliances air supply, automotive/locomotive/ship engine cooling, personal gas mask or helmet cooling and  HVAC system for low energy consumption and quietness.   


Aerodynamics & Flight Dynamics


Aerodynamics for Flight Stability and Control 

Stall/Spin Characteristic Study and Upset Condition Analysis, Simulation, Prediction  and Diagnostics for Improvment Solutions

Post Stall Aerodynamics Nonlinear and Unsteady Methmatics Model for Flight Simulation

Rotary Aerodynamics

Unsteady Experimental Aerodynamics

Subsonic/Transonic/Supersonic Wind Tunnel Dynamic Derivative Test and Computational Modeling

New Upset Flight Recovery Training System 

In Cooperation with E.V. Aeronautical Consaltant



Design and Development


 Develop a Fan from Concepte, Prototype to Functional Testing


Fan 3D Design


Fan Aerodynamic Design for High Efficiency and better Performance or Deficient System Diagnostics
Fan Noise Analysis and  Reduction
Fan Rapid Prototype

Centrifugal Fan  Stereolithography method

              Axial Fan               Subtraction  method by CNC

Fan Performance Test
Fan Analysis by EFA and CFD
Fan Structure Failure Analysis
Air Moving System Automated Monitoring

Other Products & Services

Fan Test and  Automated Fan Monitoring Device 

Non-Contact FFT Laser Tachometer 


Monitoring Demo Online
(for Netscape and  Firefox browser)



Free Download Area


  Fan Noise Estimation 


  Pressure, Flow Rate and Density



Useful links




Appliance Magazine


Conversion Online


Airfoil Database in UIUC



Miniture Onboard Airdata  System


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       Aerodynamics Design 

 Axial Fan/Centrifugal fan/Mixed Flow Fan   

Exhaust Blower



Pressure Distribution Contours on an Axial Fan and a Two Stage Centrifugal Fan

Low efficiency and excessive noise  are two common things to see in applications of industrial fan and blower system due to design deficiency or an inappropriate fan selection for a specific air moving system or unfavourable air flow  conditions in the system. 

It can occur in a HVAC system, a ground/marine/flying vehicle cooling system, a mechanical transmission system, an electric motor or an electronic device. An aerodynamically improved system with considering combination of blade, shroud and duct system can reduce energy cost and noise emission, hence improve environment quality as well. We use modernized fan design, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulation and lab testing techniques to locate the cause of existing issues and  identify potential optimization opportunities. Check with us to see how we can help to improve the performance on an existing system that deserves  better performance or make new design from scratch. 

Mini Wind Turbine in Testing

Avionics Cooling Fan Lab Testing


   Energy Saving Opportunity Identification   and  Optimization

For most of current ventilation systems, or fluid distribution systems, it is often to have great possibility to reduce  power consumption by increasing the energy efficiency of the system. A higher energy efficiency system usually come together with lower noise emission from aeroacoustic noise which is from flow separation and blade passing induced pressure variation. 

Ship Ventilation Energy Saving and Performance Improvement 

Indicate about 20% of Energy Saving


   3D Virtual Fan/Impeller Model Generation Service               

For whatever purposes such as concept design, product design, model making, display presentation, rapid prototyping or academic research with FEA or CFD simulation, the most time consuming and difficult part of the job is to build 3D model of the blade/impeller due to its complication of shapes. We provide 3D fan blade and impeller generation service to help you get the job done so that you can focus on other parts of the work.


You just need to provide necessary data to define your fan blade/impeller. Such as number of blades, diameter of impeller, diameter of hub, airfoil type (more than 1200 airfoils available for your choosing from or you can use your own airfoil) of the blade, twist angle and chord between the tip and root of the blade. You can also define other features of the blade i.e. swept angle and lean angle (see the example images on the right side). The generated impeller 3D file will be sent to you by email within one working day. The generation of axial impeller can be a fan, a wind turbine, or a propeller. The 3D file will be provided in STEP or IGES or other required format.  Contact us by fan2@turbomoni.com 


Subtractive Rapid Prototype with 4 Axis CNC   


We build 3D models as rapid prototyping with 4 axis CNC milling machine. The material can be in wax, resins, chemical wood, acrylic, PVC, PC, ABS, wood or light metals such as  brass and aluminium. Click here for more information. The resolution of the prototype can be smaller down to 0.1mm. This method gives better finishing surface quality than most additive rapid prototype methods in  present market such as FDM,SLA or SLS. The most important point is that the prototype can be used to perform functional test because of using the same material of your final product. For further information please contact us by  fan2@turbomoni.com 


        Prototype of chemical wood                Prototype of nylon   


       Prototype of natural wood                       Prototype of PVC   

TurboMoni  In-The-Lab Testing and Remote Monitoring Kit               

Thanks to the application of MEMS technology based sensor, we are able to provide very low  differential pressure measurement capability from 30psi, 15psi, 10psi, 5 psi,2500Pa, 1000Pa. Due to the introducing of the new  sensors for very low pressure range, the resolution can be down to 0.1Pa even 0.002Pa.  Which extends possible range of application, such as  clean room or indoor air flow monitoring etc. See our demo online for very small axial fan performance monitoring. 

TuboMoni provides  convenient tools for automated and continuous  monitoring, on site test and commissioning of fan conditions with meaningful scientific data. It helps users to get  crucial information about the running condition of the fan system, maintain better operation quality. With the kit, the measurement can be carried out automatically according to the predefined task time schedule. The measured data will be automatically delivered to the office or home desk of  user through email or web browser. You can also  acquire a new measurement  in a couple of seconds by sending a command email to the system. Click here to for more information.

      Aircraft engine compartment cooing and noise reduction testing Using the Kit    


   User Interface of Turbomoni Remote Monitoring Kit   

Wind  Energy Harvest Capacity  Evaluation for Wind  Turbine and Installation Site Placement                 

For a wind turbine, higher power output coefficient Cp is the first thing to pursuit in selecting a machine. The site selection for installation is even more important to ensure the installed turbine will produce enough power as expected. A better installation site selection can help to shorten payback time. We provide wind energy evaluation through wind turbine simulation in cooperate with local wind data analysis to estimate the power capacity for your installation. It is a good practice to carry out such a feasibility study before move forward with investment. 

Wind  Energy Harvest Capacity  Evaluation for Wind  Turb

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 Fan  Aeroacoustic  Noise Analysis  and Source of Noise Diagnosis

Aeroacoustics Analysis for Axial Fan Blades (Quadrupole, Bipole and Momopole Noise Sources Identification

    The red spots in the upper picture from aeroacoustic modelling indicate the locations with high turbulence self noise strength where  source of noise is located, therefore  a dedicated geometric modification can be specifically address these ares to reduce the noise level from the found sourses.  



Online Digital Outlet

With Educational & Research 

Supporting Materials

   Coming soon with:

  • - Fan Related Calculation Tools 

  • - Fan Simulation Webnair 

  • - Technical Notes and Books

  • - Fan System Performance Test

  • - Laboratory Testing Equipments   


Fan Sample Designs

Samples with NACA 4409 Airfoil

Fan blade design  with  forward swept

Fan impeller design with  airfoil deflection



Fan impeller design with  

backward lean angle

Fan blade design with backward swept

Fan blade design with forward lean angle

Fan design with blade tip let

Fan design with "C" shaped leading edge

Aircraft Propeller Design

Fan Design with "S" shaped leading edge

Centrifugal Hydraulic  Pump Total Pressure Distributions

Heat Transfer Study for an Electric Motor Rotor

Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine (HAWT) 

A Savonius Vertical Axis Wind Turbine (VAWT) Simulation

 Thermal Electric Cooler (TEC) with Heat Sink and Cooling Fan Simulation (Temperature Distribution)



Our R&D activities cover electronics device cooling, avionics cabinet cooling, personal cooling, cockpit and cabinet ventilation, electric motor cooling, medical device, appliances, automobile engine cooling, gas mask, helmet, and heating and ventilation devices, HVAC system for energy saving optimization and noise reduction.   

We are particularly specialized in blade aerodynamics design and development for fan and wind turbine.  



C O N T A C T  U S


TurboMoni Applied Dynamics Lab


145 Cedardown PVT 
Ottawa, ON

K2J 0W2


Tel: 613-3166552
   Fax: 530-5798932


Email: fan2@turbomoni.com