The heat transfer in and around pipes can be investigated using the WL 314.01.
The heat transfer from the pipe wall to the medium is observed. A ring heater simulates the flow inside the pipe, while a rod heater reflects the conditions in the flow around a pipe.
The power and surface temperature of the two electrical heaters are measured and displayed on the base unit WL 314.
Learning Objectives / Experiments
- Consideration of the relationships between Nusselt, Reynolds and
Prandtl - Determination of heat transfer coefficient - Calculation of the air velocity
* Completely pre-assembled experimental unit with
 Accessory for WL 314, parallel flow module  2 thermocouples type K: Temperature measurement at the top of the rod-type heater and at the inner surface of the ring heater  Mounted in WL 314 with quick-action fasteners
Air duct: D=60mm
- power: 220W - diameter: 60mm - length: 30mm
- power: 250W - diameter: 8mm - length: 130mm
Dimensions and Weight
l x w x h: 1050 x 200 x 280 mm Weight: approx. 10 kg