Bestech Australia introduces a new trainer designed to investigate the analytical applications of fluid mechanics to situations where fluids can be treated as continuous media.
The Hampden Hydraulic Demonstration Channel H-6531 supplied by Bestech Australia investigates laws such as conservation of mass, continuity, energy and momentum, the application of which may be simplified to describe quantitatively the behaviour of the fluid.
Designed as a self-contained and mobile machine, the Hydraulic Demonstration Channel H-6531 simplifies use for both the student and the instructor. The instructor will be able to control all flow variables including the slope adjustment, movable tailgate, adjustable head tank, undershot gate and flow control.
Experiments included with the Hydraulic Demonstration Channel H-6531 are: Using the Straight Channel; Using the Pitot Tube; Using the Hook and Point Gauge; Using the Pipe Flow Set; Using the V-Notch Weir; Using the Broad Crest Weir; Using the Spillway Section; Using the Sudden Contraction/Expansion; Using the Venturi; Using the Flow Nozzle Pipe; and Using the Reynolds Experiment.
The Hydraulic Demonstration Channel H-6531 is available in Australia and New Zealand from Bestech Australia Pty Ltd.