Computer Controlled Pipe Network Unit, with Hydraulics Bench.
Computer Controlled Pipe Network Unit, with Hydraulics Bench EXERCISES AND PRACTICAL POSSIBILITIES Some Practical Possibilities of the Unit: 1.- Head losses in a PVC pipe. 2.- Head losses in an aluminium pipe. 3.- Head losses in a methacrylate pipe. 4.- Study of head losses in pipes of the same material. 5.- Study of head losses in function of the material. 6.- Friction coefficient in a PVC pipe. 7.- Friction coefficient in an aluminium pipe. 8.- Friction coefficient in a methacrylate pipe. 9.- Study of the friction coefficient in function of the material. 10.- Study of the friction coefficient in function of the diameter. 11.- Parallel network configuration for pipes of same material and different diameter. 12.- Parallel network configuration for pipes of different material and same diameter. 13.- Series network configuration for pipes of different material and different diameter. 14.- Series network configuration for pipes of different material and same diameter. 15.- Characteristics of a circular circuit. 16.- Double piping circuit. Other possible practices: 17.- Sensors calibration. Practices to be done by PLC Module (PLC-PI)+PLC Control Software: 18.- Control of the AMTC unit process through the control interface box without the computer. 19.- Visualization of all the sensors values used in the AMTC unit process. 20.- Calibration of all sensors included in the AMTC unit process. 21.- Hand on of all the actuators involved in the AMTC unit process. 22.- Realization of different experiments, in automatic way, without having in front the unit. (This experiment can be decided previously). 23.- 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). 24.- PLC hardware general use and manipulation. 25.- PLC process application for AMTC unit. 26.- PLC structure. 27.- PLC inputs and outputs configuration. 28.- PLC configuration possibilities. 29.- PLC program languages. 30.- PLC different programming standard languages. 31.- New configuration and development of new process. 32.- Hand on an established process. 33.- To visualize and see the results and to make comparisons with the AMTC unit process. 34.- Possibility of creating new process in relation with the AMTC unit. 35.- PLC Programming Exercises. 36.- Own PLC applications in accordance with teacher and student requirements.