- Demonstrating the behavior of liquids at rest (hydro statics).
- Showing that the free surface of a liquid is horizontal and independent of cross section.
- Measuring liquid level using a scale and the effect of parallax.
- Measuring small changes in liquid level using a micro-manometer.
- Measuring changes in liquid level using a Vernier hook and point gauge.
- Using a single pyrometer / manometer tube to measure head.
- Using manometer tubes to measure differential pressure.
- Using an inclined manometer to measure small pressure differences.
- Using a ‘U’ tube manometer to measure pressure differences in a gas (air over liquid).
- Using an inverted pressurized ‘U’ tube manometer to measure pressure differences in a liquid.
- Using liquids with different densities to change the sensitivity of a ‘U’ tube manometer.
- Demonstrating the effect of trapped air on the accuracy of a manometer.
- Demonstrating the effect of flowing liquid (friction in a fluid created by motion).
- Demonstrates the basic principles of hydro statics and manometer.
- Includes vertical tube with variable cross section, scale length 460 mm.
Includes demonstrations of the following types of manometer:
- Single pyrometer manometer tube, scale length 460 mm.
- Inclined manometer with inclinations of 5°, 30°, 60° and 90° (vertical).
- Enlarged limb-manometer.
- ‘U’ tube manometer (air over liquid), scale length 460 mm.
- ‘U’ tube manometer (liquid over liquid), scale length 460 mm.
- Inverted pressurized ‘U’ tube manometer, scale length 460 mm.
- Level measurement using Vernier hook and point gauge, range 0-150 mm with 0.1 mm resolution.
- Enables the effect of friction to be demonstrated when fluid is in motion.
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