The Propeller Turbine is an inward flow reaction turbine, similar to a Kaplan design, but with fixed blades. It is a very common turbine and works best with high flow rates. Its moving part (runner) is a propeller, similar to those that push ships and submarines through water. The turbine has adjustable guide vanes that control the water flow in the turbine. They also direct the water at an angle to the back of the propeller. Students learn how the guide vane setting affects how the turbine works. The turbine has a clear viewing window around the guide vanes and a clear draft tube so that students can see the turbine working.
Propeller Turbine for use with the MFP101 Centrifugal Pump Module.
A compact self-contained bench mounting d.c. servo apparatus designed to allow students at all academic levels to investigate basic and advanced principles of control. In particular the CE110 deals with control issues relating to position and speed control in servo systems.
For a vast range of demonstrations and experiments. Includes density, specific gravity, Pascal's law and Archimedes law buoyancy and stability, pressure measurement and much more. Mobile, self-contained and cost-effective. Please note; Due to environmental legislation, we no longer include the barometer.