Computer Controlled Experimental Reaction Turbine [Code: FM00109]

Computer Controlled Experimental Reaction Turbine
Description & Specification:

Computer Controlled Experimental Reaction Turbine.
Computer Controlled Experimental Reaction Turbine EXERCISES AND PRACTICAL POSSIBILITIES Some Practical Possibilities of the Unit: 1.-Visual examination of a small reaction turbine. 2.-Production of torque/speed and power/speed curves. 3.-Evaluation of specific air consumption at a range of speeds and  pressures. 4.-Application of the First Law to a simple open system undergoing a steady flow pressure. 5.-Determination of the isentropic efficiency of a reaction turbine and plotting the end states on a temperature/entropy diagram. 6.-Construction of retardation curve and the determination of resisting torques due to bearing friction, disc friction and windage, at different speeds. 7.-Obtaining the inlet pressure effect on the outlet power and effectiveness of the turbine, as well as torque, speed and power curves. Other possible practices: 8.-Sensors calibration. Practices to be done by PLC Module (PLC-PI)+PLC Control Software: 9.-Control of the HTRC unit process through the control interface box without computer. 10.-Visualization of all the sensors values used in HTRC unit process. 11.-Calibration of all sensors included in HTRC unit process. 12.-Hand on of all the actuators involved in the HTRC unit process. 13.-Realization of different experiments, in automatic way, without having in front the unit. (This experiment can be decided previously). 14.-Simulation of outside actions, in the cases do not exist hardware elements (Example: test of complementary tanks, complementary industrial environment to the process to be studied, etc). 15.-PLC hardware general use and manipulation. 16.-PLC process application for the HTRC unit. 17.-PLC structure. 18.-PLC inputs and outputs configuration. 19.-PLC configuration possibilities. 20.-PLC program languages. 21.-PLC different programming standard languages. 22.-New configuration and development of new process. 23.-Hand on an established process. 24.-To visualize and see the results and to make comparisons with the HTRC unit process. 25.-Possibility of creating new process in relation with the HTRC unit. 26.-PLC Programming Exercises. 27.-Own PLC applications in accordance with teacher   and student requirements. | 2020 © Copyright | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use