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Fluid Mechanics

Fluid Mechanics

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TecQuipment Ltd, Bonsall Street, Long Eaton, Nottingham NG10 2AN, UK
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+44 115 972 2611
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+44 115 973 1520
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Calibration of a Pressure Gauge
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FLUID MECHANICS
Shows students how a Bourdon tube  pressure gauge works, and how tocalibrate it 
Shows ‘dead weight’ calibration of a BourdongaugeBourdon gauge has transparent dial sostudents can see how it worksSuitable for group demonstrations and studentexperimentsSimple to operateSupplied with ‘A First Course in HydraulicstextbookCompact, bench-mounting unitSelf-contained – needs no extra services
pe/DB/0309
Description
Many engineering applications use the Bourdon gauge.TecQuipment’s Calibration of a Pressure Gauge experimentallows students to study Bourdon Tube theory. They seethe working mechanism, calibrate the gauge and comparetheoretical results to experiment results.The apparatus is a Bourdon gauge connected to a deadweight tester. The Bourdon gauge has a transparent dialthat allows students to see the working mechanism. Themechanism is a thin walled tube with an oval cross-section,bent into an arc. One end of the tube is held rigidly. Thisend admits pressure. The other end of the tube, connectedto a dial and pointer mechanism, is free to move. Whenthe pressure in the tube increases, it tries to straighten andso moves the pointer by an amount proportional to thepressure increase.To calibrate the gauge, students add weights to a platformon a dead weight tester. The weights put a known forceon to a piston. The piston has a known area, so studentscan calculate the pressure. A flexible tube containing water transfers the pressure on the piston to the Bourdon tube.Students add the weights in increments, recordingpressure readings from the gauge at each increment. Theythen remove the weights and record gauge readings. Byworking out theoretical results they can work out gaugeerror and discuss possible causes.
Standard Features
Supplied with a comprehensive user guide and textbookTwo-year warrantyManufactured in accordance with the latest EuropeanUnion directives
Experiments
Function, operation and calibration of a Bourdon tubepressure gauge.

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