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FPTFonction Publique Territoriale (French: Public Service Region)
FPTField Programmable Technology
FPTFourgon Pompe-Tonne (French fire truck)
FPTFrance Poker Tour
FPTFixed Parameter Tractability (computing algorithms)
FPTFiat Powertrain Technologies
FPTFederal-Provincial-Territorial (Canada)
FPTFirst Passage Time
FPTFull Pressure Turbo
FPTFox Pro Table
FPTFire Protection Technology (various organizations)
FPTFriends Provident Trophy (cricket)
FPTFormation Professionnelle et Technique (French: Vocational and Technical Training)
FPTFemale Pipe Thread
FPTFailure of Passive Transfer (biology)
FPTFormatted Product Tool (US GSA)
FPTCorporation for Financing and Promoting Technology (Vietnam)
FPTFast Processing Technology
FPTFine Pitch Technology
FPTForced Perfect Termination
FPTFunctional Performance Test (building commissioning)
FPTFeed Per Tooth
FPTFlight Path Tool (Aviation Digital Data Service; US NOAA)
FPTFood Protection Trends (International Association for Food Protection publication)
FPTFleet Project Team
FPTForce Protection Team
FPTFire Prevention Technician
FPTFan Powered Terminal
FPTFull Power Trial
FPTForce Protection Tool
FPTFilter/Pressure Transducer
FPTFollow-On Production Test
FPTFixed-Price Tender (finance)
FPTFarnesyl Protein Transerase
FPTFrequently Posted Thread(s)
FPTFixed Price Type
FPTFederasi Panjat Tebing (Indonesia)
FPTFile Popularity Table (computer caches)
FPTFull Period Termination (US Navy fleet communication circuits)
FPTField Practical Training (agriculture)
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The findings from this in-situ study together with other studies provide the energy modeling community with much better information on inputs to energy modeling programs and for practitioners, a better understanding of the operational characteristics of parallel and series fan powered terminal units as used in modern VAV systems.
"In Situ Fan Differential Pressure Rise for a Series VAV Fan Powered Terminal Unit with SCR Control," ASHRAE Transactions, 121 (Pt 2).
Caption: FIGURE 2 Diagram of a parallel fan powered terminal unit showing the locations of the three major components (heating coil, fan, and mixer) modeled in EnergyPlus.
Performance of series fan powered terminal units with electronically commutated motors.
"Performance of VAV parallel fan powered terminal units: experimental results and models." ASHRAE Transactions 114(1).
As described in two earlier ASHRAE Journal columns, (4,5) applying a sensible cooling coil (as used in the induction and chilled beam units), accurate ECM fan flow control, a dedicated outdoor air system (DOAS) ducted to each variable air volume series fan powered terminal, and effective air distribution devices, we can not only manage ventilation air at each zone, but accurately predict the energy savings (which are quite phenomenal) resulting from operating the fan box at as low an airflow as possible.
"Performance of VAV Fan Powered Terminal Units: Experimental Results and Models for Series Units." ASHRAE Transactions 114(1).
Edmondson, J., O'Neal, D.L., Bryant, J.A., and Davis, M.A., 2011, "Performance of Parallel Fan Powered Terminal Units with Electronically Commutated Motors", ASHRAE Transactions, 117(2).
Parallel Fan powered Terminal Units in a Single Duct Variable Air Volume System, In Review for ASHRAE Conference, Summer, 2010.
This study focused on the operation of a Single Duct Variable Air Volume (SDVAV) system using Fan Powered Terminal Units (FPTU).
Figure 3 Static pressure comparisons at different primary airflows and fan settings for a parallel fan powered terminal unit.