Pipe Networks Teaching Equipment Hydrology Trainers
AFF037 Pipe Networks Teaching Equipment Hydrology Trainers For Vocational Training Center, Technical Institution, Engineering University, TVET Schools.
AFF037 Pipe Networks Teaching Equipment Hydrology Trainers
An important task in the construction of pipelines is to determine the pressure and flow rate in complex piping systems. In practice, the calculation of the total pressure losses serves as a foundation for the design of suitable drive units for heating and air conditioning systems, drinking water supply systems and parts of wastewater systems. Knowledge of pressure losses is also used to optimise operation.
It enables the construction and investigation of various pipe networks, such as parallel and series connections of pipes, their branching and merging, and the study of individual pipes. In analogy to Kirchhoff’s laws of electricity, it is possible to conduct nodal analysis.
The five preinstalled pipe sections on the top of the trainer are connected to pipe networks using the piping elements. Tank, pipes, piping elements and valves and fittings are made entirely of plastic. The individual pipe sections are shut off by ball valves. During the experiments, the pressure losses in various pipes and piping elements are recorded and evaluated.
Two manometers for different measuring ranges are included to measure differential pressure. The flow rate is measured volumetrically.