The apparatus is designed to study the drag of a particle in a liquid under various Reynold numbers.
This is done by dropping a particle into a vertical liquid column and timing its fall between two points. Various sizes and density of particles are supplied including stream lined shaped objects.
A guide at the top of the tube is provided to minimize disturbance to the liquid. Valves at the bottom of the tubes provide a mean for particle removal with minimum loss of the liquid. A fluorescent tube light at the back of the liquid tube allows clear observation of the particle fall.
- Measurement of drag coefficients of sphere under various Reynold numbers.
- Effect of particle shape on rate of fall and drag coefficient.
- Effect of boundary layer separation on motion of sphere.
- Exploration of dynamic similarity.
|Glass tubes||: 2 ea.|
|Ball spheres||: 5 different diameters in steel and plastics.|
|Streamlined object||: Stainless steel, 2 ea.|
|Fluorescent lamp||: 40 W|
|Stop watch||: 1 ea|
|Power supply||: 220V, 1 Ph, 50 Hz. Other power supply is available on request.|
|Net (unpacked) shipping dimensions WxLxH : 41 x 50 x 172 cm|
|Net weight||: Approx. 45 kg|