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1. (WO2017017922) TEMPERATURE CONDITIONING UNIT, TEMPERATURE CONDITIONING SYSTEM, AND VEHICLE

Pub. No.:    WO/2017/017922    International Application No.:    PCT/JP2016/003325
Publication Date: Fri Feb 03 00:59:59 CET 2017 International Filing Date: Fri Jul 15 01:59:59 CEST 2016
IPC: H01M 10/6563
B60K 11/08
F04D 29/44
H01M 10/613
H01M 10/615
H01M 10/617
H01M 10/625
H01M 10/647
Applicants: PANASONIC INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CO., LTD.
パナソニックIPマネジメント株式会社
Inventors: YOKOTE, Shizuka
横手 静
OGAWA, Takashi
小川 登史
KUROKAWA, Michihiro
黒河 通広
HIDAKA, Masahito
日高 将人
KUYAMA, Koji
久山 浩二
Title: TEMPERATURE CONDITIONING UNIT, TEMPERATURE CONDITIONING SYSTEM, AND VEHICLE
Abstract:
A temperature conditioning unit (10) is provided with an impeller (110), a rotary drive source (200), a fan case (120), a housing (300), and an intake side chamber (311a) and/or an exhaust side chamber. The impeller (110) has: a substantially disc-shaped impeller disc (112) that includes a rotary shaft in the center section thereof and is disposed on a vertical surface with respect to the rotary shaft; and a plurality of rotor blades (111) erected on the side of an air intake hole (122) on one surface of the impeller disc (112). The rotary drive source (200) includes a shaft (210) and is connected to the impeller (110) via the shaft (210). The fan case (120) has a substantially cylindrical side wall (121) formed around the rotary shaft; the circular air intake hole (122) that is centered on the rotary shaft on a surface perpendicular to the rotary shaft; and a discharge hole (123) located on a side opposite the air intake hole (122) with respect to the side wall, in a direction along the rotary shaft. The housing (300) includes an outer surface to which the fan case (120) is attached and an object to be temperature-conditioned is stored inside. In the intake side chamber (311a), fluid accumulates on an inflow surface of the object to be temperature-conditioned. In the exhaust side chamber, the fluid accumulates on an outflow surface of the object to be temperature-conditioned.