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HM 150.14 Investigation of Vortex Formation Print page
Technical Description

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The unit is suitable for investigating natural and forced vortices that are generated in a transparent tank. It is possible to measure the profile of the vortex using calipers. A natural vortex is generated by draining water from the tank through an interchangeable central outlet. 4 inserts of varying diameter are provided. A forced vortex can be generated by inserting an impeller, nozzles are fitted in the tank wall to inject water and spin the impeller.
The water supply is provided either from the laboratory mains or using the HM 150 (closed water circuit).

Learning Objectives / Experiments
Investigations on forced vortices
Investigations on natural vortices
Recording surface profiles
Measurements of vortices
Features
Free and forced vortex phenomena
Specification
[1] Experimental set-up to study the formation of vortices in liquids, for use with the HM 150
[2] l x w x h 630x400x675mm, 18kg
[3] Plexiglass tank on powder coated base plate, complete with pipework, fittings and connections, as well as measuring device with vertical/radial scale
[4] Vortex generated via outlet inserts or impeller with 3 blades
Technical Data
Tank: diameter: 250mm, height: 190mm
4 outlets: diameter: 8, 12, 16, 24mm
Dimensions and Weight
l x w x h : 630 x 400 x 675 mm
Empty weight : approx. 18 kg
Scope of Delivery
1 experimental set-up, 4 outlet inserts, 1 impeller, 1 instruction manual
Order Details
070.15014 HM 150.14 Impeller Vortex Apparatus
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