Fluid Statics and Manometry F1-29

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    – To measure the level of a liquid using basic measuring techniques such as a scale, and a vernier depth gauge. – To demonstrate the behaviour of liquid at rest – a liquid with a free surface finds its own level. To show that the free surface of a liquid is horizontal and independent of cross section or inclination of the container. – To demonstrate the use of an Inclined Manometer using head difference at various inclination angles. – To demonstrate how change in air pressure above interconnected tubes affects the level in the individual tubes. – To demonstrate the effects caused by friction (on head and pressure) when a fluid is in motion.


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