FME35 Fluid Properties

FLUID PROPERTIES - FME35

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The Fluid Properties Unit, "FME35", designed by EDIBON, allows the study of the fluids fundamental properties that affect their behavior (capillarity, density and relative density (specific gravity), buoyancy (Archimedes principle), viscosity, atmospheric pressure, etc.) in practical applications.

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General Description

The Fluid Properties Unit, "FME35", designed by EDIBON, allows the study of the fluids fundamental properties that affect their behavior (capillarity, density and relative density (specific gravity), buoyancy (Archimedes principle), viscosity, atmospheric pressure, etc.) in practical applications.

Exercises and guided practices

GUIDED PRACTICAL EXERCISES INCLUDED IN THE MANUAL

  1. To study the effect of capillary elevation between flat plates.
  2. To study and measure the effect of capillary elevation inside capillary tubes.
  3. To study and verify the Archimedes principle using a bucket and cylinder with a lever balance.
  4. To measure the fluid density and relative density of a liquid using a hydrometer and using a density bottle.
  5. To measure the atmospheric pressure using a barometer.
  6. To measure the fluid viscosity using a falling sphere viscometer.
  7. To measure the fluid temperature using an alcohol thermometer.
  8. Measuring of liquid levels.

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