Computerized Boiling Heat Transfer Apparatus
The Computerized Boiling Heat Transfer Apparatus has been designed to perform experiments concerning heat transfer due to convection in a boiling liquid (water). The computerized version unit allows, thanks to the electronic transducers and suitable software, to display on personal computer and/or print the tables of results and diagrams of the various experiments. The unit consists of a vessel containing a quantity of water continuously stirred and heated by a nickel filament. Since this wire is a leg of an alternate current bridge, the temperature can be measured very accurately. The second leg of the bridge is used to balance the nickel wire and is immersed in a cooling vessel filled with water. The unit is supplied with manuals that describe each component of the system, installation and utilization procedures, and gives many exercises.
Weight and dimensions of Computerized Boiling Heat Transfer Apparatus