Bernoulli’s Theorem Apparatus (SMT-FM-01)

availability: in stock

Specifications:
Round Transparent Venturi for robust use and
visualisation.
Familiarisation with Bernoulli’s principle.
6 tube manometers for displaying the static
pressures.
Single tube manometer for displaying the total
pressure.
Axially movable Pitot tube for determining the
total pressure at various points within the
Venturi nozzle.
Flow rate determined by SMT-FM-100 base
module.
Water supply using SMT-FM-100 base module.
Supplied with a comprehensive user guide.
Acrylic Tubes and Acrylic Venturi Holdings.
PVC Pipe Fittings.
Technical Specifications:

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Description

This ESOLS Product of Fluid Mechanics related labs used to study the Bernoulli’s principle
which describes the relationship between the flow velocity of a fluid and its pressure. An
increase in velocity leads to a reduction in pressure in a flowing fluid, and vice versa. The total
pressure of the fluid remains constant. Bernoulli’s equation is also known as the principle of
conservation of energy of the flow.
This Apparatus is used with ESOLS Hydraulic Bench (SMT-FM-100) and this experimental unit
includes a pipe section with a transparent Venturi nozzle and a movable Pitot tube for
measuring the total pressure. The Pitot tube is located within the Venturi nozzle, where it is
displaced axially. The position of the Pitot tube can be observed through the Venturi nozzle’s
transparent front panel.