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HM 150.18
Osborne Reynolds Experiment
Visualisation of laminar and turbulent flow

HM 150.07
Bernoulli's Principle
Static pressure and total pressure distribution along the venturi nozzle

HM 150.08
Measurement of Jet Forces
Demonstration of the principle of linear momentum and impact forces on interchangeable deflectors with different deflection angles

HM 150.21
Visualisation of Streamlines in an Open Channel
Demonstrating flow and flow around various drag bodies and weirs using ink as contrast medium

HM 150.10
Visualisation of Streamlines
Investigation of flow around models in laminar, two-dimensional flow using ink as contrast medium

HM 152
Potential Flow
Two-dimensional, inviscid potential flow; sources and sinks, individually or in combination

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