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Heleshaw Apparatus .( F M 13 )
RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS.

Introduction :

“EEE” Heleshaw Apparatus is made out of Perspex sheets. Water and dye are allowed to flow from the two small tanks, one containing water and other containing a dye solution , placed at the top of Perspex sheets. Small holes are drilled at the bottom of these two tanks; which open between the spacing between two Perspex sheets. At the bottom a small tube with pinch cock is provided which controls the flow. It is possible to keep a transparent sheet of paper against one of the Perspex sheets and trace out the streamline pattern. By changing the model, change in the streamline pattern can be studied.



     
 
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Metacentric Height of ship Model .( F M 14 )

Introduction :

“EEE” Metacentric Height of Ship is a compact apparatus and requires minimal installation . The ship model is floated on water, and is tilted by moving a small weight at the level of the deck of
the ship. To note down the tilt of the ship a plumb is provided which records the tilt on a graduated arc of a circle. An arrangement is made to load the war ship or cargo ship.



RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS.


1. Determination of metacentric height of a war ship.

2. Determination of metacentric height of a cargo ship.

     
 
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Flow Visualization Apparatus .( F M 15 )
RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS.

To furnish the diverse requirements of our clients in the best possible manner we are involved in offering an extensive range of Flow Visualization Apparatus. 
     
 
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Laminar Flow Apparatus .( F M 16 )
RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS.

To furnish the diverse requirements of our clients in the best possible manner we are involved in offering an extensive range of Laminar Flow Apparatus. 

     

 
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Laminar Flow & Turbulent Flow .( F M 16 A)
Range of Experiments :

1. Laminar /Turbulant flow study with respect Reynold number

2. Head loss comparison in Laminar /Turbulent flow

     

 
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Laminar Flow & Turbulent Flow .( F M 16 B)

Range of Experiments:  

1.   Ideal flow around immersed bodies
         - cylinder
         - aerofoil
         - bluff body.
2.    Ideal flow in channels and at boundaries convergent channel divergent channel 90 degree bend sudden contraction sudden 
       enlargement replacement of a streamline by a solid boundary.

3.    Ideal flow associated with sinks and sources
          - formation of a Rankine half body
          - formation of a Rankine oval circular
          - streamlines from a doublet
          - superposition of sinks and sources.

4.    Use of streamlines to analyse two-dimensional flow.

     
 
 
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Turbulent Flow Apparatus .( F M 17 )
RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS

1.
Turbulant flow study with respect Reynold number.
2. Head loss comparison in Laminar /Turbulent flow.
3. Velocity profile in Laminar /Turbulent flow using pitot tube.

     
 
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Cavitations Test Rig .( F M 18 )
RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS.

To furnish the diverse requirements of our clients in the best possible manner we are involved in offering an extensive range of Cavitations Test Rig. 

     
 
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Electrical Analogy Apparatus .( F M 19 )

Introduction :

Electrical Analogy Apparatus helps students to study the similarity between flow of electric current and flow of water through a closed conduit. The flow in the first system is governed by the Ohm's law whereas that in the latter case is governed by DarcyWeisbach equation. The apparatus consists of a transparent tray 450 mm x 400 mm x 100 mm deep in which hydraulic models under study such as Orifices, Mouthpieces,weir etc., Can be arranged.

The necessary conductor and insulator plates (Bakelite) will be cut by the user as per the
requirement. A trolley mounted on the tray can be traversed in two planes on which probe can be
mounted and equipotential lines traced.Trolley will be fitted with scales to locate probe positions.


RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS.


1. Fluid flow across an obstacle can be studied actually in fluid flow obstacle model. However electrical analogy application helps is studied flow lines as analogy of electrical current variation when a cross section a cross flow changes.

Additional Information:
  • Item Code: FM19
  • Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Unit
  • Delivery Time: 5 weeks


     
 
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Centre of Pressure Apparatus .( F M 20 )
To furnish the diverse requirements of our clients in the best possible manner we are involved in offering an extensive range of Center of Pressure Apparatus. 

RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS.


1. Measurement of the center of pressure of a vertically plane area at various depths of immersion.

2. Measurement of center of pressure of general case of a plane area at various angles and depths of Immersion.

     
 
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Pressure Measurement Apparatus .( F M 21 )


RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS.


To furnish the diverse requirements of our clients in the best possible manner we are involved in offering an extensive range of Pressure Measurement Apparatus.
     
 
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Pipe surge & water Hammer Apparatus . ( F M 22 )
RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS.

1. Demonstration of pipe surge.
2. Determination of oscillatory characteristics of the surge shaft.
3. Demonstration of frictional head loss between reservoir and surge shaft.
4. Comparison between theoretical and measured pressure profiles produced
    by water hammer.
5. Using a dual trace storage oscilloscope to record transient water hammer
    pressure profiles.
6. Measuring the pressure profile characteristics.
7. Determination of the velocity of sound through a fluid in a pipe.
8. Demonstration of the effects of cavitation on subsequent cycles.

     
 
 
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Hydrostatic Bench .( F M 23 )

     
 
 
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Hydraulic Ram .( F M 24 )

     
 
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PVC Pipe Testing .( F M 25 )
RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS.

1. To test different size of pipes for bursting pressure.

2. To study effect of hydrostatic pressure on different thickness of pipes.

     
 
 
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Rotameter Calibration Trainer .( F M 26 )
RANGE OF EXPERIMENTS.

1. Rotameter calibration with reference to measuring tank.

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Darcys Law .( F M 27 )
Introduction :
In 1856, a hydraulic engineer named Henri Darcy, from the city of Dijon, France developed the first documented apparatus for observing the movement of water through a porous medium. He found that the water flow through his apparatus was proportional to the difference in the height of the water between the two ends of the apparatus, which, in turn, is inversely proportional to the length of the flow path. Also, Darcy discovered that the quantity of flow depends on the nature of the porous medium. However, before Darcy made these discoveries, there were two other scientists, Gotthilf Hagen (1839) and Jean Louis Poiseulle (1846), who discovered that the rate of flow of water through capillary tubes is proportional to the hydraulic gradient. From his experiment, Darcy was able to derive a formula through which the rate of flow could be calculated. This became known as Darcy's Law: Q=KiA

Range of Experiments :

1. The results of Darcy's experiments indicated that the rate at which a fluid moves through a porous
medium (Q) is proportional to the difference in hydraulic head of the water along the column and the characteristics of the porous medium and the column length.
   

 
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Measurement of Surface Tension .( F M 42 )
Range of Experiments :

1. Determine the surface tension of olive oil as a function of temperature.

2. Determine the surface tension of water/methanol mixtures as functions of the mixture ratio.
 

   

 
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Hydrology Apparatus ( Rainfall Hydrograph) .( F M 35 )
Range of Experiments : 

1. Hydrographs from single or multiple storms2. Effect of a moving storm on flood hydrograph3. Effect of reservoir storage on flood4. Effect of land drains on flood hydrograph5. Storm hydrograph from a previously saturated catchment hydrograph6. Storm runoff from an impermeable catchment

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