FM 100.22A Free and Forced Vortex, Rotating Tank

fm-100xx-vortex-motor.jpgClear acrylic cylindrical tank inside which is another smaller perforated clear acrylic cylinder. The tank is rotated by a small variable speed DC motor. A small hole is provided at the centre of the bottom of the tank. A forced vortex is formed when a fixed amount of water is contained in the rotating vessel. A free vortex is formed when water is admitted at the annulus and drain through the bottom hole. A cross bar with scale and a sliding probe holder are provided above the vessel. Water surface profile is measured by a depth probe attached to the cross bar. A transparent tube with built-in pitot probe to measure total head is also attached to the cross bar.


Contact Form
  1. (required)
  2. (required)
  3. (required)
  4. (required)
  5. (required)
  6. (required)
  7. (required)
  8. (required)
  9. (valid email required)
  10. (required)
  1. Captcha
 

cforms contact form by delicious:days