Vertical Visualisation Of Flow Fields

Vertical Visualisation Of Flow Fields

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Price And Quantity

  • 1 Unit
  • 900000 INR/Unit

Trade Information

  • 10-30 Days
  • Export Worthy
  • ISO

Product Description

Vertical Visualisation Of Flow Fields

Fine gas bubbles are perfectly suited to visualising flow fields. Due to analogies, many flow processes that occur in air can also be demonstrated by experiments in water.

The trainer consists of a vertical experimental section in which an interchangeable model is inserted. Water flows from bottom to top through the experimental section. Electrolytically generated hydrogen bubbles rise with the flow, flow around the model and visualise the flow. Different models are available: drag bodies (e.g. aerofoils and cylinders) or changes in cross-sections.

Learning Objectives And Experiments

  • Visualisation of two-dimensional flows
  • Streamline course in flow around and through models
  • Flow separation
  • Vortex formation, demonstration of Karman vortices
  • Qualitative observation of the velocity distribution in laminar flow
  • Analogy to air flow

Specification

  • Electrolytically generated hydrogen bubbles visualise flow fields of different models
  • Closed water circuit with experimental section, storage tank, pump, valve to adjust the flow velocity
  • Vertical experimental section with black background, LED illumination on both sides and 2 insert positions for the model
  • Low-turbulence flow using stabilisation tank with flow straightener
  • Bubble generator: platinum wire as cathode and frame of experimental section as anode
  • Cathode can be inserted in different positions
  • Setting cathode current, pulse and pause duration
  • Switch cabinet with displays for cathode current and flow velocity



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