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HM 150 Base Module for Experiments in Fluid Mechanics Show data sheet (pdf file) Print page
Technical Description

  The HM 150 series of devices permits a varied experimental cross-section in the fundamentals of fluid mechanics. The base module HM 150 provides the basic equipment for individual experiments: the supply of water in the closed circuit; the determination of volumetric flow rate and the positioning of the experimental unit on the working surface of the base module and the collection of dripping water.
  The closed water circuit consists of the underlying storage tank with a powerful immersion pump and the measuring tank arranged above, in which the returning water is collected.
  The measuring tank is stepped, for larger and smaller volumetric flow rates. A measuring beaker is used for very small volumetric flow rates. The volumetric flow rates are measured using a stopwatch.
  The top work surface enables the various experimental units to be easily and safely positioned. A small flume is integrated in the work surface, in which experiments with weirs are conducted.

 
Features

* Water supply for experimental units for fluid

  mechanics1
* Volumetric flow rate measurement for large and

  small flow rates1
* Comprehensive range of accessories allows a

  complete course in the fundamentals of fluid

  mechanics

Available accessories
HM 150.01 -- Pipe Friction for Laminar / Turbulent Flow
HM 150.02 -- Dead-Weight Piston Gauge
HM 150.03 -- Flow Over Weirs Accessory
HM 150.04 -- Centrifugal Pump
HM 150.05 -- Hydrostatic Pressure Apparatus
HM 150.06 -- Stability of Floating Bodies
HM 150.07 -- Bernoulli's Principle
HM 150.08 -- Measurement of Jet Forces
HM 150.09 -- Horizontal Flow from a Tank
HM 150.10 -- Visualisation of Streamlines
HM 150.11 -- Losses in Piping Elements, Valves and Fittings
HM 150.12 -- Vertical Flow from a Tank
HM 150.13 -- Methods of Flow Measurement
HM 150.14 -- Investigation of Vortex Formation
HM 150.15 -- Hydraulic Ram Pumping Using Water Hammers
HM 150.16 -- Series and Parallel Connected Pumps
HM 150.18 -- Osborne Reynolds Experiment
HM 150.19 -- Operating Principle of a Pelton Turbine
HM 150.20 -- Operating Principle of a Francis Turbine
HM 150.21 -- Visualisation of Streamlines in an Open Channel
HM 150.29 -- Losses in Bends and Fittings
HM 150.39 -- Floating Bodies for HM 150.06
Overview
HM 150 Range
Specification

[1] base module for supplying experimental units in fluid mechanics
[2] closed water circuit with storage tank, immersion pump and measuring tank
[3] measuring tank divided in two for volumetric flow rate measurements
[4] measuring beaker with scale for very small volumetric flow rates
[5] measurement of volumetric flow rates by using a stopwatch
[6] work surface with integrated flume for experiments with weirs
[7] work surface with inside edge for safe placement of the accessory and for collecting the dripping water
[8] storage tank, measuring tank and work surface made of GRP

 

Technical Data

Pump
- power consumption: 550W
- max. flow rate: 230L/min
- max. head: 11m
Storage tank, contents: 180L
Measuring tank
- at large volumetric flow rates: 40L
- at small volumetric flow rates: 10L

Flume
- LxWxH: 530x150x180mm
Measuring beaker with scale for very small volumetric flow rates
- content: 2L
Stopwatch
- measuring range: 0...9h 59min 59sec

 

Dimensions and Weight
LxWxH: 1.230x765x1.065mm
Weight: approx. 82kg
Required for Operation
230V, 50/60Hz, 1 phase or 120V, 60Hz/CSA, 1 phase
Scope of Delivery
1 base module
1 stopwatch
1 measuring beaker
1 hose
1 manual
Order Details

070.15000  HM 150  Base Module for Experiments

                                  in Fluid Mechanics


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