The experimental set-up can be used on its own or with the Hydraulic bench. A supply of water is all that is required for operation. The unit is suitable for measuring pipe friction losses for laminar and turbulent flows. The experimental set-up is clearly laid out on a training panel. For investigations on laminar flow and for turbulent flow, the supply is provided via the Basic Hydraulics Bench directly (or the lab water mains). The water flows through a pipe section; the flow is adjusted using reducing valves. The connection to the required measuring device is made via pressure tappings.
- Measurement of the pressure loss for laminar flow.
- Measurement of the pressure loss for turbulent flow.
- Determination of the critical Reynolds’ number.
- Measurements using a bank Manometer.
- Investigate pressure losses at segment bend and bends.
- Pressure losses at contraction and enlargement.
- Determination of simple valve characteristics.
- Experimental set-up for the investigation of pipe friction, for use with the Basic Hydraulics Bench or lab water connection.
- Bends expansion and contraction, elbows and gate valve with manometer bank on Bakelite base on aluminum structure frame.
- Manometer bank for measuring pressure drop in fitting, elbows, bend etc made easily and measuring individually.