Open channel distribution and measuring devices 2.5meter flow channel engineering educational equipment Fluid Mechanics Experiment Equipment

Open channel distribution and measuring devices 2.5meter flow channel engineering educational equipment Fluid Mechanics Experiment Equipment

ZM7317 Open channel distribution and measuring devices 2.5meter flow channel engineering educational equipment Fluid Mechanics Experiment Equipment for college, vocational training center, university. 

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ZM7317 Open channel distribution and measuring devices 2.5meter flow channel engineering educational equipment Fluid Mechanics Experiment Equipment

  1. Product overview

1.1 Product introduction

Water conservancy projects are related to artificial waterways, river regulation and barrages. By using the experimental sink in the laboratory, the necessary basic principles can be taught. The experimental water tank is a closed water circulation loop. The experimental section of cross section is 60x300mm. The length of the experimental part is 2.5m. The side wall of the experiment part is made of plexiglass, so you can observe the experiment well. The design of the inlet element makes the water flow into the experimental section almost without turbulence. The slope of the experimental tank can be fine-tuned to simulate the slope and form a uniform water flow at a constant drainage depth.

Various shapes of weir plates are available to ensure the experiment plan.

1.2 Features

The transparent material of the simulator makes it easy to observe the water flow

The water flow speed can be adjusted by the ball valve.

1.3 Performance parameters

Dimensions: 4000mm*500mm*1000mm

Weight: <100kg

Power supply: AC220V 50hz

  1. Experiment content
  2. Observe the water surface curve of the open channel flow, understand the flow principle; determine the discharge coefficient of the free-style wide-crested weir, verify the empirical formula; verify the calculation formula of the conjugate water depth, length and energy loss of the hydraulic jump

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