5. CONCLUSION This experiment was conducted for observing the pressure drop along the pipe and then relating it to the flow rate. For this purpose some devices called flowmeters were used and their calibration was held. Obtained orifice meter and nozzle m
1. INTRODUCTION
The objective of this experiment is to determine the differential pressure drop along a special rough pipe by the changes in flow rate, regulate of a flow nozzle, an orifice meter, a pitot tube and a rotameter, and to plot friction factor
4. DISCUSSION In this experiment the pressure drop was measured at different parts of the rough pipe by utilising the devices called flowmeters such as orifice meter, nozzle meter, pitot tube and rotameter. The calculated pressure drop then was related to
3. RESULTS: In this experiment the aim was to measure the pressure drop in a flow system by using nozzle, orifice meter and pitot tube. The experiment was repeated five times for five different flow rates. By regulating the valve we filled the bucket for
MIDDLE EAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY Department of Chemical Engineering Chemical Engineering Laboratory 1 Ch.E. 320
Flowmeters and Pressure Drop For a Flow System
EXP-1
By Group T1
Group Members : Merve ALAYAN
Didem POLAT rem BALCI Gonca BACANLI Ayem ALAR
Sub
RESULTS For different flowrates, we measure the pressure drop in specified parts of the rough pipe with, flow nozzle, orificemeter, pitot tube and manometer in this experiment. Our data obtained from the experiment is given in the data sheet. For sample c
EXPERIMENTAL METHODS There were two parts in this experiment. The objectives were measuring the velocity across the boundary layer and determining the orifice coefficient. In order to achieve these objectives we have applied the procedures that are explai
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 Reyn
APPENDIX A) SAMPLE CALCULATIONS PROCEDURES For the calculation of experimental friction factor(Inserted into the FORTRAN code) f exp = v= P D (Experimental friction factor) w 2 L v2
m A w
For the calculation of orifice coefficient(Inserted into the FORTRA
ABSTRACT
The aim of this experiment, Flowmeters and Pressure Drop for a Flow System is to calibrate a flow nozzle, an orifice meter, a pitot tube and a rotameter, to estimate the change in pressure along a rough pipe with the changes in flowrates. In orde
NOMENCLATURE
Symbol m t v D Re f P l Cn Co vmax u Q An Ao Dn Do P g Definition Mass flow rate Time Average velocity Diameter of pipe Reynolds number Friction factor Pressure Inclned manometer reading Correction factor of nozzle meter Correction factor of
RESULTS In this experiment, objective is to find viscosities of glycerol solutions at different concentrations and at different temperatures by using three different methods. These methods are Capillary Flow Method (The Ostwald-Fenske Viscometer), Falling
MIDDLE EAST TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING CHE 320 CHEMICAL ENGINEERING LABORATORY - I EXPERIMENT 4
PHASE EQUILIBRIA IN A TERNARY SYSTEM
BY GROUP R11
SUBMITTED TO : PROF. DR. AL ULFAZ ASST. AYE BAYRAKEKEN SU
2.EXPERIMENTAL METHODS 2.1 Capillary Flow Method (The Ostwald-Fenske Viscometer) For the first part of the experiment, we have used the equipments of Ostwald-Fenske viscometer, constant temperature bath, stopwatch, rubber bulb and the chemicals of distill
2.EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
In the Viscosity Measurement Techniques experiment, three methods used in viscosity determination are learned. These are: 1- Capillary Flow Method( The Ostwald- Fenske Viscometer) 2- Falling Ball Method (Hoeppler Method) 3- Rotating
1. INTRODUCTION
The objective of this experiment is to determine the differential pressure drop along a special rough pipe by the changes in flow rate, regulate of a flow nozzle, an orifice meter, a pitot tube and a rotameter, and to plot friction factor
1. INTRODUCTION
The relationship among degrees of freedom, number of components in a system at equilibrium and the number of chemical species is given by the Gibbs phase rule, which can also be defined as phase rule [1]. If no reactions occur among the sy
CAPILLARY FLOW By using the formula; = A w tavg viscosity is is found.Parameter A should be known so , by using a fluid with known viscosity A is calculated. For pure water Perry 22C
tav 5,19 997,77 0,957 1,848*10-4
50C
4,14 988,037 0,545 1,342*10-4
70C
3
1. INTRODUCTION
The problem is how to measure the viscosity of fluids and the objective is to find viscosity to use it in engineering calculations. Viscosity of aqueous glycerol solutions at different temperatures and concentrations are measured with thre
Middle East Technical University Chemical Engineering Department ChE 320 Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
VISCOSITY MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES EXP7
By GROUP T-9
Submitted by: Ceyda PEKER Ozan Tevfik AKAKLI Mert ZGEN Submitted to: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Grkan KARAK
NOMENCLATURE Symbol
b l A B h P V L t tav U r
Definition
Viscosity Density Density of the ball Density of the fluid Constant for a given viscometer Ball constant Distance btw upper and lower marks Pressure drop Volume Length Time of fall Average time The
4.0 RESULT
4.1 Capillary - Flow Method (The Ostwald-Fenske Viscometer): The Capillary Flow Method makes use of Hagen-Poiseuille equation for the determination of liquid velocities. We have to make calibration in order to find the A constant in the equatio
VISCOSITY MEASUREMENT TECHNIQUES EXP7
By GROUP T15
Middle East Technical University Chemical Engineering Department ChE 320 Chemical Engineering Laboratory I
Submitted By: lker SONER Salih KAHRAMAN Ramazan GNL (Group Leader) Submitted To: Assoc. Prof. Dr.
2.0 INTRODUCTION
In this experiment our aim is to find viscosity of aqueous glycerol solution at different temperatures and concentration. At the end of the experiment, we are able to find viscosities with different measurement techniques which are capill
ABSTRACT
In this experiment our aim is to find viscosity of aqueous glycerol solution at different glycerol concentrations and temperatures. We applied 3 methods which are capillary flow method, falling ball method and rotating shaft method. In capillary
METU Department of Chemical Engineering ChE 320 Chemical Engineering Laboratory I Experiment 30 - Measurement and Data Treatment 1. OBJECTIVE The aim of the experiment is to evaluate the quality of the measurements statistically. In addition to this, by c