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WO2016051753A1
WO2016051753A1 PCT/JP2015/004904 JP2015004904W WO2016051753A1 WO 2016051753 A1 WO2016051753 A1 WO 2016051753A1 JP 2015004904 W JP2015004904 W JP 2015004904W WO 2016051753 A1 WO2016051753 A1 WO 2016051753A1
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落合 利徳
修三 小田
俊輔 石黒
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    • B60VEHICLES IN GENERAL
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A blowing device (10, 10A) that supplies an airflow to a vehicle (VH) cabin (VC) and that is provided with a blower (112) that generates the airflow, with a duct (12, 12A) into which is introduced the airflow that has been generated by the blower and at least one part of an outside surface of which constitutes a guide surface (GS) along which the airflow is made to flow, and with a discharge port (121, 121A) that is formed in the duct and that discharges the airflow that is inside the duct along the guide surface to the rearward side of the vehicle. The discharge port is formed in a gap that is between a first wall body (154, 14A2) of the duct and a second wall body (143) of the duct that is arranged below the first wall body, and is formed as a slit that is longer in the left-right direction of the vehicle. The first wall body and the second wall body are connected to each other by ribs (144, 144A) that are arranged so as to extend in the vertical direction and so as to span the discharge port. By means of the ribs, this configuration can suppress deformation and appropriately maintain the gap between the first wall body and the second wall body, even when the duct has sustained force from the outside.

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Blower CROSS-REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS

This application is based on Japanese Patent Application No. 2015-179680 filed on September 11, filed October 2, 2014 and Japanese Patent Application No. 2014-203779, 2015, where the contents thereof according which is incorporated by reference.

The present disclosure relates to blower for supplying air flow into the vehicle cabin.

Blower apparatus is known for supplying air flow into the vehicle cabin by using the Coanda effect.

For example, the following Patent Document 1, the air blowing device provided in the ceiling portion of the cabin is described. The blowing device comprises a duct extending in the vehicle lateral direction, a first outlet for blowing an air flow is formed in the duct. Air flow blown out from the first outlet, as well flows along the outer surface of the duct by the Coanda effect, toward the rear side of the vehicle while merging draws ambient air. As a result, air flow, while the flow rate is increased than when blown out from first blow-out opening and supplied to the cabin.

In blower apparatus described in Patent Document 1, corresponding to the outer surface of the duct extending in the vehicle lateral direction, and is formed in a slit shape of the air outlet also vehicle lateral direction as the longitudinal direction. The slit-like air outlet is vertically with a gap being formed between the two walls opposite the duct to each other. With the size of the gap that very small, to increase the flow velocity of the air flow, and suppress the diffusion of the blowing air flow, is configured to extend along reliably air flow on the outer surface of the duct .

International Publication No. WO 2013/145172

The blower provided in a vehicle cabin as, due accidental contact or the like of the occupant, may be subjected to external force. The force from the outside, or deformed wall body forming the outlet as described above, when the size of the gap between the two walls are changes or improper air flow blown out from the air outlet there is a fear that the things. That is, by flowing the air flow along the wall of the deformed, there is a risk that the air flow can no longer flow along the outer surface of the duct to diffuse. Further, since the gap between the two walls is large, there is a possibility that the flow velocity of the air flow decreases.

The present disclosure has been made in view of such problems, and its object is to provide a blower capable of maintaining those proper clearance between the walls constituting the air outlet .

In one aspect of the disclosure, the blower supplies air flow to the vehicle cabin, the blower for generating an air flow, with the air stream is introduced into the blower caused, at least a portion of its outer surface There comprises a duct which constitutes the guide surface to flow and along the air flow, are formed in the duct, the air outlet for blowing out the rear side of the vehicle and along the interior of the air flow duct to the guide surface. Outlet includes a first wall of the duct, into the gap between the second wall of the duct that is disposed below the first wall, is formed in a slit shape for the vehicle lateral direction and the longitudinal direction . The first wall and the second wall are connected to each other by a rib which is arranged so as to straddle the outlet extends vertically.

Outlet for blowing an air flow is formed in the gap between the first wall of the duct, and the second wall of the duct that is disposed below the first wall. The first wall and the second wall is the ribs are arranged so as to straddle the outlet extends vertically, are connected to each other. Thus, when the duct is subjected to an external force can also suppressing deformation by the ribs, to maintain the gap between the first wall and the second wall to those appropriate. Therefore, it is possible to suppress the diffusion of the air flow blown out from the air outlet, it is possible to blow by surely along the guide surface of the air flow.

In one aspect of the disclosure, the blower supplies air flow to the vehicle cabin, the blower for generating an air flow, with the air stream is introduced into the blower caused, at least a portion of its outer surface There comprises a duct which constitutes the guide surface to flow and along the air flow, a. The duct outlet for blowing in a first direction and along the interior of the air flow duct to the guide surface is formed. Outlet includes a first wall of the duct, into the gap between the second wall of the duct being spaced apart in a second direction different from the first direction from the first wall, the first direction and It formed a third direction different from the second direction in a slit shape whose longitudinal direction. The first wall and the second wall are connected to each other by a rib which is arranged so as to straddle the outlet extends in the second direction.

Outlet for blowing air stream, the first wall of the duct is formed in a gap between the second wall of the duct being spaced from the first wall to the second direction. The first wall and the second wall are connected to each other by a rib which is arranged so as to straddle the outlet extends in the second direction. Thus, when the duct is subjected to an external force can also suppressing deformation by the ribs, to maintain the gap between the first wall and the second wall to those appropriate. Therefore, it is possible to suppress the diffusion of the air flow blown out from the air outlet, it is possible to blow by surely along the guide surface of the air flow.

According to this, it is possible to provide a blower capable of maintaining those proper clearance between the walls constituting the air outlet.

These and other objects of the present disclosure, features and advantages, with reference to the accompanying drawings by the detailed description below, become more apparent.
A vehicle blower is provided according to the first embodiment is a schematic view seen from the left side. The vehicle of FIG. 1 is a schematic view from above. The blower of FIG. 1 is a schematic diagram when viewed from below. It is a sectional view showing a section taken along line IV-IV of FIG. It is a sectional view showing a cross-section along V-V in FIG. It is an exploded perspective view of the duct shown in FIG. It is a cross-sectional view of a blower according to the second embodiment. It is a cross-sectional view of a blower according to the second embodiment.

Hereinafter, embodiments will be described with reference to the accompanying drawings. To facilitate understanding of the description, the same reference numerals as far as possible the same components in the drawings, without redundant description.

First, with reference to FIGS. 1 to 3, the outline of the blowing device 10 according to the first embodiment.

Blower 10 is provided in the ceiling portion VL cabin VC vehicle VH. Blower 10 includes a blower unit 11, and two ducts 12, 12, and two flaps 16 and 16, the. The cabin VC, 1 column 1-3 row of seats S1, S2, S3 are provided. Blower 10 is disposed above the head of the occupant P1, P2, P3 for sitting on each of the sheets S1, S2, S3.

In the following description, when describing the longitudinal direction, lateral direction, and the vertical direction, in a state where the blower 10 is provided in the ceiling portion VL cabin VC vehicle VH, passenger P1, P2, P3, respectively longitudinal direction when facing forward of the vehicle VH, it shall mean the lateral direction, and the vertical direction.

Blower 10 is arranged such that the first direction for blowing air outlet 121 is along a guide surface GS airflow to be described below is the rear side. Further, the blower 10 includes a ceiling side walls 154 is a first wall of the duct 12 to be described later, so that a second direction and the cabin side walls 143 is a second wall of the duct 12 is separated is vertically It is located in. The third direction is arranged such that the left-right direction that is the longitudinal direction of the slit-shaped outlet 121.

Blower unit 11 is a device for generating an air flow, a blower case 111 has a blower 112, a branch 113, a.

Blower case 111, the dimension in the vertical direction is formed in a small flat shape than the other dimension. Blower case 111 is disposed in a central portion of the cabin VC in the horizontal direction. The front end of the blower case 111, a suction port 111a that communicates the inside and outside of the blower case 111 is formed. In addition, the left and right side surfaces of the rear part of the blower case 111, a pair of air outlet 111b for communicating the inside and outside of the blower case 111, 111b are formed respectively.

Blower 112 is an electric blower for generating an air flow. Blower 112 is accommodated in the blower case 111. Blower 112 has a centrifugal multiblade fan (not shown) therein. By this centrifugal multiblade fan is rotated, air cabin VC is sucked through the suction port 111a of the blower case 111 and is blown to the rear side from the outlet 112a of the blower 112.

Branch 113 extends rearward from a front end, a member extending to the rear end portion is branched to the left and right in the middle. Branch 113 is accommodated in the blower case 111. Branch 113 is in defining a branch passage 113a in the interior of the blower case 111. Branch 113, the front end portion is connected to the outlet 112a of the blower 112, the rear end portion is connected to a pair of air outlet 111b, 111b of the blower case 111. Thus, the air flow blown out from the air outlet 112a of the blower 112 is introduced into the branch passage 113a branched into right and left, the air outlet 111b of the blower case 111 and supplied to 111b.

Ducts 12, 12 are provided on the left and right sides of the blower unit 11. Duct 12 is a hollow member formed so as to extend linearly in the lateral direction. Duct 12, the end of the blower case 111 side is connected to the outlet 111b of the blower case 111. The site of the front portion of the lower surface 122 of the duct 12, the air outlet 121 is formed. Outlet 121, the dimensions of the left-right direction are formed in the large slit-like compared to the vertical dimension. Thus, air flow blower 112 is generated is introduced into the duct 12 through the air outlet 111b of the blower case 111 is blown out from the air outlet 121 of the duct 12. Incidentally, the duct 12 and 12, since it is formed substantially symmetrically in the lateral direction, will be explained the right duct 12 as an example.

Flap 16 is a plate-like member disposed outside the rear side of the duct 12. Flap 16 has one end portion of the duct 12 side is supported by a shaft 147 to be described later. Thus, the flap 16 is pivotable about a shaft 147, and is possible to rest at any position.

Subsequently, with reference to FIGS. 3 and 4, balloon will be described of an air flow by the duct 12 of the blower 10.

As shown in FIG. 4, the air outlet 121 is formed at a portion below the duct channel 128 of the lower surface 122 of the duct 12. Outlet 121 communicates the inside and outside of the duct channel 128. Duct 12, the lower portion of the front portion has a roof-side wall 154 which is inclined downwardly toward the rear side, and the cabin side walls 143 disposed below the ceiling side walls 154, a. The gap between such a ceiling-side wall 154 and the cabin side walls 143, throttle channel 125 extending from the inlet 125a to the outlet 121 is formed. Throttle channel 125, the cross-sectional area toward the outlet 121 from the inlet 125a becomes gradually smaller.

The duct flow path 128, a plurality of guide vanes 126 is provided. As shown in FIG. 3, a plurality of guide vanes 126 is provided so as to be arranged linearly spaced from one another in the left-right direction. Guide vane 126 is curved so as to direct the rear end to the blower unit 11 side, a plate-shaped member having an arcuate outer surface in a plan view. A plurality of guide vanes 126 that flowed and along the air flow on the outer surface of the arc-shaped, to change the lateral direction of the velocity components of the air flow.

Air stream introduced into the duct flow passage 128 has front has a direction and a rightward direction of velocity components. However, as indicated by the arrow F0 in Fig. 4, the air flow flows along the outer surface of the guide vane 126, the flow velocity component in the right direction is reduced. Thus, the air flow is changed in a direction substantially parallel to its orientation in the longitudinal direction, and flows into the inlet 125a of the throttle channel 125.

Air flow that has flowed into the inlet 125a flows toward the throttle channel 125 to outlet 121. Thus, the flow velocity of the air flow is increased. Air flow duct flow path 128, the flow into the inlet 125a into a substantially parallel orientation in the longitudinal direction, by inertia, passes through the left throttle channel 125 substantially parallel orientation in the longitudinal direction, from the air outlet 121 It is blown out to the rear side. Thus, the orientation of the primary air flow F1 blown out from the air outlet 121 at the rear side becomes a substantially parallel to the longitudinal direction.

Primary air flow F1 blown out rearward from the air outlet 121 first flows along the lower surface 122 of the duct 12 by the Coanda effect. Furthermore, the air flow passing through the lower surface 122, then flows along the lower surface 161 of the flap 16 by the Coanda effect. That is, the lower surface 161 of the lower surface 122 and the flap 16 of the duct 12 constitutes a guide surface GS to flow both placed along the air flow.

When the air outlet 121 is the primary air flow F1 is blown, by the ejector effect, the secondary air flow F2 is drawn air around the primary air flow F1 is formed. As a result, the primary air flow F1 that has been blown out from the air outlet 121 of the duct 12 merges with the secondary air flow F2, the flow rate is supplied to the rear side while increasing. Primary air flow F1, by flowing along the lower surface 161 of the flap 16, the front and rear orientation is changed.

Subsequently, with reference to FIGS. 4 to 6, the member constituting the duct 12 of the blower 10 will be described in detail the assembly.

As shown in FIGS. 4 to 6, the duct 12 includes a ceiling-side case 13, and a cabin side case 14, a separate casing 15, a. Ceiling-side case 13, the cabin-side case 14 and the case member 15 are all molded product of the resin material. Ceiling side case 13 and the cabin side case 14 forms an outer shell of the duct 12 is a pair.

Ceiling-side case 13 includes a top plate 139. Top plate 139 is formed in a plate shape, it is fixed to the ceiling portion VL cabin VC. Ceiling-side case 13 has an outer edge 131 extending downward while expanding in the longitudinal direction and the lateral direction from the top plate 139 is formed in a container shape which downwardly is opened. The lower end of the outer edge portion 131, a groove 132 is formed.

The lower surface of the top plate 139, a plurality of top part 137 which projects downward is formed. As shown in FIG. 6, top part 137 is disposed so as to line up in a straight line spaced from one another in the left-right direction. Each lower end of the top part 137, a groove 138 is formed.

Cabin side case 14 includes a bottom plate 149, and the cabin side walls 143, a. The bottom plate 149 is formed in a plate shape, the surface of the cabin VC side, the lower surface 122 of the duct 12 to flow and along the air flow. The front end of the bottom plate 149, projections 148 projecting upward is formed.

Cabin side walls 143 is a wall arranged to form a gap 146 between the bottom plate 149. As described above, the cabin side walls 143 forms a throttle channel 125 between the roof-side wall 154. Cabin side case 14 has an outer edge 141 provided upright while expanding in the longitudinal direction from the bottom plate 149 and the cabin side walls 143 are formed in a container shape upwardly open. The upper end of the outer edge portion 141, the protrusion 142 protruding upward is formed.

The upper surface of the rear portion of the cabin side walls 143, a plurality of ribs 144 are formed. A plurality of ribs 144 are arranged side by side in a straight line spaced from one another in the left-right direction. Ribs 144 are formed so as to extend in the vertical direction. Rib 144, its lower end is connected to the rear portion of the cabin side walls 143.

The upper end of the rib 144 is connected to the rib connecting portion 145 that protrudes toward the bottom plate 149 in the gap 146. Thus, the air gap 146, by a plurality of ribs 144 and the rib connecting portion 145, and is to have been divided into a plurality in the lateral direction.

Cabin side case 14 includes a shaft 147 to the rear end portion of the lower portion. Shaft 147 protrudes in the lateral direction. As described above, the shaft 147 supports one end of the duct 12 side of the flap 16.

Split case 15 includes a ceiling-side case 13 is provided between the cabin-side casing 14. Split case 15 includes a ceiling side walls 154. Ceiling sidewall 154 is a plate-shaped member extending in the lateral direction. The front end of the roof-side wall 154 is inclined downward toward the rear side. Further, the rear end and sides of the roof-side wall 154, a groove 158 is formed.

The upper surface of the ceiling-side wall 154, a plurality of lower split bodies 157 protruding upward is formed. Lower split body 157 is disposed so as to line up in a straight line spaced from one another in the left-right direction. Each upper end of the lower split body 157, projections (not shown) is formed.

The lower surface of the ceiling-side wall 154, a plurality of grooves 155 are formed. Groove 155 is formed so as to extend in the front-rear direction. The plurality of grooves 155 are arranged side by side in a straight line spaced from one another in the left-right direction. Thus, the lower surface of the ceiling-side wall 154 is divided in the horizontal direction by the groove 155, a plurality of projecting portions 156 are formed.

Ceiling-side case 13, the cabin-side case 14 and the case member 15 as described above is assembled by being fitted each other in the vertical direction, constitutes the duct 12. Below, a description is given of the procedure of the assembly.

First, the projections formed on the upper end of the lower split body 157 of the split case 15, is fitted into a groove 138 formed at the lower end of the top part 137 of the ceiling-side case 13. Thus, separate casing 15 is fixed to the ceiling-side case 13. Furthermore, it a top part 137 and a lower split body 157 is integrated, thereby, the guide vane 126 is configured to extend in the vertical direction in the duct flow passage 128 of the duct 12.

Then, the protrusion 142 formed on the upper end of the outer edge portion 141 of the cabin side case 14, it is fitted into a groove 158 formed on the outer edge portion 131 of the ceiling-side case 13. Thus, the cabin-side case 14 is fixed to the ceiling-side case 13. Further, in a state in which the duct flow channel 128 is formed between the ceiling-side case 13 and the cabin side case 14, it is formed outer shell of the duct 12.

When the cabin side case 14 is fixed to the ceiling-side case 13, the projections 148 of the cabin-side case 14 is fitted into the groove 158 of the rear end portion and side of the split case 15. Further, each of the plurality of grooves 155 of the split case 15, the rib connecting portion 145 of the cabin side case 14 is fitted. Further, a plurality of projecting portions 156 of the split case 15, fitted to a plurality of voids 146 in the cabin side case 14. Thus, the ceiling side walls 154 of the case member 15, together with the rib connecting portion 145, constituting the surface flows airflow along the Coanda effect. Split case 15 is fixed by being sandwiched between the ceiling-side case 13 and the cabin side case 14.

In the duct 12 constructed as described above, the air outlet 121 for blowing air flow, between the roof-side wall 154 of the duct 12, and the cabin side walls 143 of the duct 12 disposed below the ceiling-side wall 154 It is formed in the gap. As shown in FIGS. 4 and 5, the cabin side walls 143 and a ceiling side walls 154, the ribs 144 are arranged so as to straddle the outlet 121 extends in the vertical direction, are connected to each other. Therefore, when the duct 12 receives a force from the outside also suppressing deformation by the ribs 144, it is possible to maintain the gap between the ceiling-side wall 154 and the cabin side walls 143 to those appropriate. Therefore, it is possible to suppress the diffusion of the blowing airflow from the air outlet 121, it is possible to blow reliably along a guide surface GS of the air flow.

Here, as described above, the cabin-side casing 14 constituting the rib 144 and the rib connecting portion 145 is a molded article of a resin material. Therefore, in the molding process of the cabin side case 14, the cabin-side casing 14 after removal from the mold, shrinkage may occur due to cooling. When large shrinkage occurs around the resin material of the ribs 144, there is a possibility that warpage or deformation rib 144 occurs. As a result, it may become impossible to maintain the gap between the ceiling-side wall 154 and the cabin side walls 143 to those appropriate.

In contrast, in the blowing device 10 according to the first embodiment, the ceiling side walls 154 includes a cabin-side casing 14 of the rib connecting portion 145 is a site where the rib 144 is connected, in the vicinity of the rib connecting portion 145 a split case 15 constituting the projecting portion 156 is composed of a. That is, it and the member constituting the rib connecting portion 145, and a member constituting a portion in the vicinity of the rib connecting portion 145, and a different member.

Thus, the cabin-side casing 14, it is possible to reduce the resin material provided on the periphery of the rib 144. Accordingly, the cabin-side casing 14 after removal from the mold, to reduce the shrinkage that occurs around the resin material with the cooling ribs 144, it is possible to suppress warpage and deformation of the ribs 144. Further, the gap between the ceiling-side wall 154 and the cabin side walls 143, it is possible to maintain more certainly adequate ones.

Furthermore, the ceiling-side case 13, the cabin-side case 14 and the case member 15 are all, and can be molded by the mold to the direction disconnect only vertically. Furthermore, the duct 12 is just superimposed these members in the vertical direction, and can be assembled. Thereby, it becomes possible to mold the respective members without using a complicated mold. Further, assembly work is facilitated, and it is possible to reduce the manufacturing cost.

Also, the duct 12 is constituted by a ceiling-side case 13 and the cabin side case 14 as a pair. The split casing 15 is fixed by being sandwiched between the ceiling-side case 13 and the cabin side case 14. This makes it possible to fix the divided case 15 without using a snap fit or tapping screws or the like, it is possible to simplify the configuration.

Also, the duct 12 has a guide vane 126 for changing the velocity components of airflow extending vertically therein. The split casing 15 is configured to be supported by the guide vanes 126. Thus, the guide vane 126, not only the change in the velocity components of the air flow, it is possible to use also the support of the split case 15, it is possible to simplify the further constituents.

Further, as shown in FIG. 3, the ribs 144 are disposed so that they at least partially polymerized in the vertical direction as the guide vanes 126. Therefore, the accidental contact or the like of the passenger P1 ~ P3, if the duct 12 is subjected to upward force in the cabin side walls 143, it becomes possible to support the ribs 144 by the right above the guide vane 126 . Therefore, the gap between the ceiling-side wall 154 and the cabin side walls 143, it is possible to maintain more certainly adequate ones.

Also, split case 15 is directly fixed to the cabin side case 14. Thus, the rigidity of the cabin side case 14 which is reduced in a plurality of voids 146 are formed, it can be reinforced by separate casing 15 fixed directly. Therefore, the gap between the ceiling-side wall 154 and the cabin side walls 143, it is possible to maintain more certainly adequate ones.

Subsequently, with reference to FIGS. 7 and 8, it will be described blowing device 10A according to the second embodiment. 7 and 8, two ducts 12A of blower 10A is provided with, among 12A, it shows only the right side of the duct 12A. Figure 7 shows a cross-sectional view of the blower 10A in a cross section corresponding to the section taken along line IV-IV as described above. Figure 8 shows a cross-sectional view of the blower 10A in a cross section corresponding to the cross-section along V-V described above. Blowing device 10A according to the second embodiment, the configuration of the duct 12A is different from the configuration of the duct 12 of the blowing device 10 according to the first embodiment described above. Therefore, the same components as the first embodiment described above, will not be shown and described.

Duct 12A is a hollow member formed so as to extend linearly in the lateral direction. Duct 12A, the end of the blower case 111 side is connected to the outlet 111b of the blower case 111 shown in FIG. The site of the front portion of the lower surface 122A of the duct 12A, the air outlet 121A are formed. Outlet 121, the dimensions of the left-right direction are formed in the large slit-like compared to the vertical dimension. Thus, air flow blower 112 is generated is introduced into the duct 12A via the outlet 111b of the blower case 111 is blown out from the air outlet 121A of the duct 12A.

Here, the cabin-side casing 14A constituting the duct 12A has a shape as previously integrally molded with the cabin-side casing 14 and the split case 15 of the first embodiment described above. Therefore, the cabin-side casing 14A has both the cabin-side wall 143 and a ceiling side walls 14A2. Further, the upper surface of the ceiling side walls 14A2 of the cabin side case 14A, a plurality of lower split bodies 14A1 protruding upward is formed. Further, the lower surface 122A of the duct 12A are all formed by the cabin-side casing 14A.

In configured duct 12A as described above, the air outlet 121A for blowing air flow, the ceiling side walls 14A2 of the duct 12A, and cabin side walls 143 disposed below the ceiling side walls 14A2, the gap between the It is formed. As shown in FIGS. 7 and 8, the cabin side walls 143 and a ceiling side walls 14A2 are connected to each other by a rib 144A arranged so as to straddle the outlet 121A extends in the vertical direction. Thus, when the duct 12A receives a force from the outside also suppressing deformation by the rib 144A, it can be maintained a gap between the ceiling-side wall 14A2 and the cabin side walls 143 to those appropriate. Therefore, it is possible to suppress the diffusion of the blowing airflow from the air outlet 121A, it is possible to blow by surely along the guide surface GS of the air flow.

Moreover, the cabin-side casing 14A is a piece of the duct 12A is has both the cabin-side wall 143 and a ceiling side walls 14A2. By forming the outlet port 121A by piece, it is possible to suppress the number of parts. Thus, it is possible to suppress the manufacturing cost of the duct 12A.

The embodiments have been described above with reference to specific examples. However, the present disclosure is not intended to be limited to these specific examples. In other words, to these specific examples, those skilled in the art also plus the appropriately modified, are included in the scope of the present disclosure. For example, the elements and their arrangement, the material provided in the above examples, condition, shape, size and the like can be appropriately changed not limited to those illustrated. Further, each element provided in each of the embodiments described above may be combined as long as technically feasible, are within the scope of the present disclosure a combination thereof.

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  1. A vehicle blower for supplying air flow to the cabin (VC) of (VH) (10,10A),
    Blower for generating an air flow (112),
    Together with the air flow which the blower caused is introduced into a duct (12, 12A) at least a portion of its outer surface constitutes a guide surface (GS) to flow and along the air flow,
    Wherein formed in the duct, provided with a outlet (121, 121a) to be blown into the vehicle rear side inside the air flow of the duct and along the guide surface,
    The outlet includes a first wall (154,14A2) of the duct, into the gap between the second wall of the duct that is disposed below the first wall (143), the vehicle lateral direction is formed into a slit shape having a longitudinal direction,
    Said first wall and said second wall is blowing device are connected to each other by ribs (144,144A) which is arranged so as to straddle the outlet extends vertically.
  2. Wherein at least one of the first wall and the second wall body, ribs connecting portion and the rib is a portion to be connected to the first member constituting the (145) (14), portions in the vicinity of the rib connecting portion a second member constituting the (15), the blowing device according to claim 1, which is constituted by.
  3. Said duct is constituted by a pair of outer casing (13, 14),
    It said second member, blower according to claim 2 which is fixed by being sandwiched between the pair of outer case.
  4. It said duct has a guide vane (126) for changing the velocity components of airflow extending in the vertical direction therein,
    The second member is blowing device according to claim 3 which is configured to be supported by the guide vanes.
  5. The ribs are blowing device according to claim 4 which is arranged to at least partially polymerize the vertical direction as the guide vanes.
  6. It said second member, blower according to claim 2 which is directly fixed to the first member.
  7. A vehicle blower for supplying air flow to the cabin (VC) of (VH) (10,10A),
    Blower for generating an air flow (112),
    Together with the air flow which the blower caused is introduced therein, comprising a duct (12, 12A) at least a portion of its outer surface constitutes a guide surface (GS) to flow and along the air flow, a,
    Said duct, air outlet for blowing an internal air flow of the duct in a first direction along a said guide surface (121, 121a) is formed,
    The air outlet, wherein the first wall of the duct (154,14A2), second wall of the duct being spaced from the first wall and the second direction different from said first direction (143 ) in the gap between the formed third direction different from the first direction and the second direction in a slit shape whose longitudinal direction,
    Said first wall and said second wall is blowing device are connected to each other by ribs (144,144A) is disposed extending in the second direction so as to straddle the outlet.
  8. Wherein at least one of the first wall and the second wall body, ribs connecting portion and the rib is a portion to be connected to the first member constituting the (145) (14), portions in the vicinity of the rib connecting portion a second member constituting the (15), the blowing device according to claim 7, which is constituted by.
  9. Said duct is constituted by a pair of outer casing (13, 14),
    It said second member, blower according to claim 8, which is fixed by being sandwiched between the pair of outer case.
  10. It said duct has a guide vane (126) for changing the velocity components of airflow extending in the second direction therein,
    The second member is blowing device according to claim 9, which is configured to be supported by the guide vanes.
  11. The ribs are blowing device according to claim 10 which is arranged to at least partially polymerize the second direction as the guide vanes.
  12. It said second member, blower according to claim 8 which is directly fixed to the first member.
  13. It said duct has a guide vane (126) for changing the velocity components of airflow extending in the second direction therein,
    The ribs are blowing device according to claim 7 which is arranged to at least partially polymerize the second direction as the guide vanes.

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