Experiment No# 5
Venture meter
Objective:
To demonstrate the Bernoullis theorem.
Theory:
The Bernoulli principle states that a region of fast flowing fluid exerts lower
pressure on its surroundings than a region of slow flowing fluid.
In this experiment w
Experiment No# 9
Series and Parallel Pumps
Objective:
Series and parallel operation of twin centrifugal pump configuration.
Theory:
In complex systems, pumps can be connected in series or in
parallel. In series operation the heads are added together and i
Experiment No# 4
Venture meter
Objective:
To measure the flow rate using venture meter.
Theory:
In this experiment we will find out ideal flow rate by using equation of
continuity, after this we will find out discharge coefficient by using average flow ra
Experiment No# 1
Hydraulic Bench
Objective:
To measure volume flow rate using hydraulic bench.
Theory:
The hydraulics bench consists of a molded plastic sump tank which supports
GRP bench top incorporating a flow channel and volumetric measuring tank. A s
Experiment No# 11
Pneumatic trainer
Objective:
To study the AND/OR pneumatically operated valves on the
Pneumatic trainer.
Theory:
Pneumatic trainer is used to study the manually AND/OR pneumatically
operated valves, followed by electrically operated valv
Experiment No.08
Objective:
To determine time of emptying a tank with an orifice at its bottom.
Apparatus:
Water tank
Stop watch
Scale
Diagram:
Theory:
A = Surface area of the tank = 216 inch2
H1 = Initial height of the liquid
H2 = Final height of the
Fluid Mechanics
Objective:
1) To compute Reynoldss [Re].
2) To determine nature of flow [Laminar, Transitional, Turbulent]
Theory:
Reynoldss No.:
It is dimensionless no. which determine the nature of flow.
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Experiment No# 10
Reaction Turbine
Objective:
To study reaction turbine using data acquisition system.
Theory:
The conversion of pressure energy into kinetic energy in the rotor is
characteristic for reaction turbines. The water jet discharged from the ro
Fluid Mechanics
Theory:
Hydraulic bench is a very useful apparatus in hydraulics and fluid mechanics. It is involved in
majority of experiments to be conducted e.g. To find the value of the co-efficient of velocity Cv,
coefficient of discharge Cd, to stud
Experiment No# 6
Centrifugal Pump
Objective:
To measure the efficiency of centrifugal pump.
Theory:
Centrifugal pumps are used to transport fluids by the conversion of rotational kinetic
energy to the hydrodynamic energy of the fluid flow. The rotational
Experiment No# 7
Orifice
Objective:
To determine hydraulic coefficients in flow through orifice.
Theory:
In this experiment we find out hydraulic coefficients by using orifice.
Water is allowed to flow through the orifice keeping the head constant by adju
Experiment No# 3
Venture meter
Objective:
To determine the discharge coefficient of venture meter.
Theory:
The Bernoulli principle states that a region of fast flowing fluid exerts lower
pressure on its surroundings than a region of slow flowing fluid.
Th
Fluid Mechanics
Theory:
Hydraulic bench is a very useful apparatus in hydraulics and fluid mechanics. It is
involved in majority of experiments to be conducted e.g. To find the value of the co-efficient of
velocity Cv, coefficient of discharge Cd, to stud
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Objective:
To determine hydraulic coefficients in flow through orifice.
Apparatus:
Main tank
Collection tank
Scale
Stop watch
Theory:
In this experiment we find out hydraulic coefficients by using orifice. Water is
allowed to
Experiment No# 8
Orifice
Objective:
To determine time of emptying a tank with an orifice at its bottom.
Theory:
A = Surface area of the tank = 216 inch2
H1 = Initial height of the liquid
H2 = Final height of the liquid
a = Area of the orifice = 0.049inch2
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Objective:
Series and parallel operation of twin centrifugal pump configuration.
Apparatus:
Twin centrifugal pump configuration apparatus.
Stop watch
Theory:
In complex systems, pumps can be connected in series or in parallel. In
Experiment No 2:
Reynolds Apparatus
Objective:
To compute Reynolds Number(Re)
To determine nature of flow (Laminar, Transitional or Turbulence)
Theory:
The critical velocity v averaged over the cross section at which laminar pipe flow
changes to transitio