Permeability Basin Teaching Equipment Fluids Engineering Experiment Equipment

H312 Permeability Basin Teaching Equipment Fluids Engineering Experiment Equipment for college, vocational training center, university. 

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H312 Permeability Basin Teaching Equipment Fluids Engineering Experiment Equipment

Description

Permeability basin to clearly show the flow phenomena in permeable media, to visualize the flow lines, to build sheet pile curtain models of building foundations and to simulate dams. Autonomous equipment allowing a wide range of experiences.

Supplied with a complete instructional manual with practical work (TP).

Educational holdings

This teaching equipment makes it possible to carry out the following practical exercises:

– Determination of infiltrations under a structure

– Construction of flow grids and determination of the permeability index

– Sheet pile flow and determination of the critical infiltration force at which the ‘fox phenomenon’ occurs

– Infiltration under a permeable dam

– Flow under an earth dam with and without foot drain

– Folding in horizontal flow (simulation of an underground water flow in a river or a source)

– Determination of bearing pressures on structures such as building foundations

– General studies on infiltration and drainage.

– Flow through porous media (Darcy’s law)

Supplied with a complete instructional manual with practical work (TP).

Specifications for tender

PERMEABILITY BASIN

 

– The bench should allow the demonstration of flow through a permeable medium with commonly used structures such as dams

 

The bench must allow the following pedagogical operations:

– Determination of infiltrations under a structure

– Construction of flow grids and determination of the permeability index

– Sheet pile flow and determination of the critical infiltration force at which the ‘fox phenomenon’ occurs

– Infiltration under a permeable dam

– Flow under an earth dam with and without foot drain

– Folding in horizontal flow (simulation of an underground water flow in a river or a source)

– Determination of bearing pressures on structures such as building foundations

– General studies on infiltration and drainage.

– Flow through porous media (Darcy’s law)

Technical specifications required:

– Basin with transparent front, mounted on a steel frame also supporting a work table

– Basin sides equipped with glass plates resistant to abrasion of the permeable medium.

– The rear of the basin will contain 14 pressure taps connected to piezometric tubes to measure the distribution of the load along the tank.

– Removable deflectors with stainless steel mesh at each end of the basin

– Compartments at the ends of the pool equipped with adjustable overflow pipe system to adjust the water level.

– The top of the pond will be open to allow students to fill the tank and install structural models

– Transparent, airtight plates to allow students to build models of walls, sheet piles and dams.

– Supplied with a dye injection system to visualize the current lines.

– Around the front wall of the pool will be placed graduated scales to help students position and measure the flow correctly.

– Dimensions of the basin: 1500 mm x 550 mm x 180 mm

– Dimensions and weight: approx 2450 mm x 700 mm x 1500 mm and 230 kg

– User and Practical Manual

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