ZM8155 Fluid Friction Apparatus educational training equipment Hydrodynamics Experiment Apparatus
Purpose – The apparatus helps students for detail study of fluid friction head losses which occur when an incompressible fluid flows through pipes, fittings and flow metering devices.
- Tubular steel framework supporting a network of pipes and fittings
- Four test pipes of different diameters, plus roughened pipe
- Large selection of valves, bends and fittings for test
- Acrylic pipe section with Venturi, orifice plate and Pitot tube
- 38 tapping points for head loss measurement
- Supplied with fittings for easy connection to hydraulics bench
- Various instrumentation options available including water, mercury or digital manometers
The Arm field Hydraulics Bench and its comprehensive range of optional accessories have been developed to instruct students in the many different aspects of hydraulic theory.
- Confirming the relationship between head loss due to fluid friction and velocity for flow of water
- Determining the head loss associated with flow through a variety of standard pipe fittings
- Determining the relationship between pipe friction coefficients and Reynolds’ number for flow through a pipe with roughened bore
- Demonstrating the application of differential head devices in the measurement of flow rate and velocity
- Providing practical training of pressure measurement techniques
- Overall Dimensions:
- Height: 1.10m
- Width: 2.25m
- Depth: 0.43m
- Test Pipe Diameters:
- 1mm O.D. x 17.2mm I.D.
- 7mm O.D. x 10.9mm I.D.
- 5mm O.D. x 7.7mm I.D.
- 4mm O.D. x 4.5mm I.D.
- Roughened pipe:
- 1mm O.D. x 15.2mm I.D.
- Test Pipe Length: 1000mm, (Distance between tappings: 1000m)
Number of tamping points: 38