Principles of Hydraulics
Technical Description of Principles of Hydraulics
The Principles of Hydraulics is part of a series of units that enable experiments to be performed on flow processes with the aid of a computer. Here several areas of incompressible flows can be investigated. After the recording of a pump characteristic curve, experiments on the topics of pipe flow and flow in open flumes can be performed. Water flows through a Venturi tube, an orifice, a bend, or a kink. During this process the pressure loss is measured and compared with the flow through a straight pipe. On flumes experiments can be performed on the open channel and on a channel with weir structures. Two different weir structures are supplied. The Data Logging Unit is necessary for the operation of the Computer Linked Hydraulics Bench. If power data is to be displayed, the Digital Power Meter is required.
Specification of Principles of Hydraulics