Abstract
Vortex motion is a basic flow pattern; it is defined as motion in circular paths. The water
moves spirally towards the center with streamline motion, so that, neglecting losses caused
by viscosity, the energy per unit mass remains constant. If, w
VALVES
(GATE AND GLOBE VALVES)
PRESENTED BY
ATIF TARIQ
EMP # 1140
MAJOR VALVE PARTS
Non-pressure retaining parts
Valve seat(s)
Valve stem
Rising stem with outside screw and yoke
Rising stem with inside screw
Non-rising stem with inside screw
Sliding
Experiment 6
Performance of centrifugal compressor
a. Objective
The objectives of this experiment are:
1. To understand the working of a centrifugal compressor.
2. To find the performance characteristics of the centrifugal compressor by conducting
experim
Procedure:
Before starting the experiment check the control valves of the apparatus they all must be closed
tightly. Fill the air test column to a height of 146 mm with coarse grade of sand. As the air flow
control valve is closed the manometer should rea
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Abstract
Sedimentation is simply the process of letting suspended material settle by gravity. It
is accomplished by decreasing the velocity of the water being treated to a point below
which the particles will no longer remain in suspension. When t
Abstract
This aim of this practical was to investigate the validity of isentropic flow equations for
compressible flow in a convergent duct. The different pressure distributions that occur at
varying lengths in the nozzle were also recorded and analyzed.
ABSTRACT
Osbourne Reynolds experiment is used to investigate the characteristic of the flow of the liquid
in the pipe which is also used to determine the Reynolds Number for each state of the flow. The
design of the apparatus allowed studying the characte
Flow Through an Orifice
Abstract
The objective of this experiment was to determine the contraction of flow through an
orifice and discharge, velocity coefficients related with it and calculate their effect.
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Flow Through an Orifice
Introductio
Abstract
Hydrostatic pressure apparatus allows us to understand the concept of bouyance force and
Archemedes principle. This enables us to understand about the power of water. By placing
known weights on the hanger and providing water we enable to calcula
Q. No.1) Oil, of density 900 kg/m3 and viscosity 3 mNs/m2, is passed vertically upwards
through a bed of catalyst consisting of approximately spherical particles of diameter 0.1 mm
and density 2600 kg/m3. At approximately what mass rate of flow per unit a
Assignment (Subject: Ch.E. 206 Fluid Dynamics)
Solve the following numerical Problems
1. A centrifugal pump has a 100 mm diameter suction pipe and a 75 mm diameter delivery
pipe. When discharging 15 l/s of water, the inlet water mercury manometer with one
Date: 08-05-2015
To Record The Relationship Between The
Rotation Of The Crank And Movement Of The
Slide
INTRODUCTI
We are going to study that how rotary motion is converted into reciprocator motion using Quick return Mechanism.
OBJECTIV
ES
To Record the R
Date: 24-04-2015
To Investigate the Principle of Moments Using
Junior Mechanism Kit
INTRODUCTI
What we are going to study is, if a body is in equilibrium under the action of a number forces then the algebraic sum
of the moments of these forces about any p
Date: 19-03-2015
Determination of Frictional Force on inclined
plane at 30 Inclination
INTRODUCTI
Today What we have to study in this lab are:
Friction
Friction Law
Magnitude of the frictional force is directly proportional to magnitude of the normal f
Date: 19-03-2015
Determination of coefficient of friction for
different material combination.
INTRODUCTI
Today What we have to study in this lab are:
Friction
Friction Law
Magnitude of the frictional force is directly proportional to magnitude of the n
Date: 12-03-2015
To study relationship between Force and
Extension produced in an extension spring.
INTRODUCTIO
N
What we are going to study in this lab are Hooks Law and its mathematical equation and its theory, Elastic material and
elasticity.
We are go
To resolve by experiment any suitable
combination of three state coplanar forces
and then to compare the result with
graphical solution obtained by drawing a
triangle of forces diagram
INTRODUCTION:During this lab we will study about that what is equilibr
OBJECTIVE
Our main goal of this LAB is to get the basic knowledge of Mechanics Lab, its necessary equipments and tools and the
standard safety rules and regulation.
Introduction to mechanics lab
It is the branch of science that deals with the study of obj
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Group Problems — Geometric Design
CIVL 3161
. Given a highway circular curve with central angle 12.5°, radius of curve = 1900
ft, and a PI at station 303 + 66, what is the station of the PT?
A highway curve has been designed according to AASHTO criteri
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131
2.8 Science and Engineering Applications
Assembled here are some classical applications of rst order dierential
equations to problems of science and engineering.
Draining a Tank, page 131.
Stefans Law, page 1
Further Laplace
Transforms
20.3
Introduction
In this Block we introduce the rst and second shift theorems which will ease the determination
of Laplace and inverse Laplace transforms of more complicated causal functions.
Finally we obtain the Laplace trans