You need the Turbine Dynamometer for tests on the optional turbines. It fits on the Centrifugal Pump Module, near the outlet end of the centrifugal pump. You fit any of the three optional turbines to the Turbine Dynamometer. Each turbine has a brake drum that fits inside the dynamometer. You connect the outlet of the centrifugal pump to your turbine. As the pump forces water through the turbine, you use a control on the Turbine Dynamometer to adjust a band brake. This loads the turbine. The Turbine Dynamometer and its instrumentation then measures and displays the speed, torque and shaft power available at the dynamometer. The Turbine Dynamometer instrumentation fits above the dynamometer, in the iInstrument frame of the Centrifugal Pump Module. It has a socket for connection to TecQuipment’s optional VDAS.
Turbine dynamometer for use with the MFP101 Centrifugal Pump Test Set and optional turbines
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.