Conclusions(Flowmeters and Pressure Drop In a Flow System)

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CONCLUSION In this experiment, our objectives were to calibrate a flow nozzle, an orificemeter, a pitot tube and a rotameter, to estimate the change in pressure along a pipe with change in flow rate and to prepare a plot of friction factor (f) versus Reynolds number (Re). During experiment, we have learnt the practical applications of fluid flow. We have observed the relation between
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Unformatted text preview: the flow rate and pressure. The pressure drop in the flow nozzle was the smallest one and the highest pressure drop was observed in the pitot tube. We have concluded that as the velocity increases the pressure drop increases. In other words, the difference in pressure is inversely proportional to velocity....
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