Determining the critical Reynolds numbers, measurements of the pressure loss in laminar flow, measurement of the pressure loss in turbulent flow, determining the critical Reynolds number, determining the pipe friction factor and comparing the actual pipe friction factor with the theoretical friction factor
To determine the Reynolds number and hence the type of flow either laminar or turbulent.
Measurement of the pressure loss in laminar flow &turbulent flow.
Determining the pipe friction factor.
Determining the critical Reynolds number.
Comparing the actual pipe friction factor with the theoretically friction factor
Transparent tank with overflow ensures constant water inlet pressure in the pipe section for experiment with laminar flow.
Flow rate adjustment via valves
Twin tube manometer for measurement in turbulent flow
Dial-gauge manometer for measurement in turbulent flow
Pipe section length: greater than or equal to 400mm and inside diameter:3 mm
Tank: Volume range 1 L to2 L
A comprehensive manual describing how the experiments are performed and how to commission the equipment will be provided.
Educational software will be as an option
Installation and Training will be provided..
The whole set-up is well designed and arranged on a rigid structure painted with industrial PU Paint.
Closed Water Circuit or Water Supply.