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Unformatted text preview: DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore FLUID MECHANICS LAB Lab Incharge : Mr.Mazhar Hussain Ms.Nubla Latif Lab Staff : Muhammad Kaleem Ahmed Introduction Fluid Mechanics laboratory provides a “hands on” environment that is crucial for developing students understanding of theoretical concepts. Fluid mechanics laboratory is of fluids and their flows are studied and observed. Pressure variations of compressible fluids when they allowed flowing through convergent divergent nozzles .Calibration of pressure gauges and theoretical demonstration of different laws of fluid mechanics etc. List of Equipments 1. Basic hydraulic bench 2. Osborne Reynolds’ Demonstration Apparatus 3. Hydrostatic pressure apparatus 4. Bernoulli’s Demonstration apparatus 5. Dead weight calibrator 6. Orifice and free jet flow apparatus 7. Orifice discharge apparatus 8. Free and Forced vortices apparatus 9. Compressible flow bench Details of Equipment Basic Hydraulics Bench This unit is designed as portable and self-contained service module. The bench top incorporates an open channel with side channels to support accessories on test. an open channel with side channels to support accessories on test....
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2012 for the course FLV 231 taught by Professor Yousry during the Spring '12 term at Qatar University.

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