Categoria: Thermodynamics

Mechanical Equivalent of Heat Apparatus – code: 4235.10

Mechanical Equivalent of Heat Apparatus Code: 4235.10 Joule’s most important experiment, converting mechanical work to thermal energy. The apparatus is a simple and accurate demonstration of how to turn mechanical energy into heat. Using the rotation-counter and a falling mass it is possible to calculate the mechanical effect of friction and the increase in temperature…
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Joule’s Law Unit for Calorimeter – code: 4230.65

Precedente Successivo Joule’s Law Unit for Calorimeter Code: 4230.65 Joule’s Law: electricity and thermodynamics. The Joule’s Law Unit for Calorimeter is used to demonstrate the thermal effect of currents and the specific heat of a fluid. Add this attachment to the Altay Calorimeter to perform experiments involving electricity and thermal energy. Specifications Size: Dia. 12×10…
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Mixing Calorimeter – code: 4230.60

Mixing Calorimeter Code: 4230.60 Ideal apparatus for simple example of uses in thermodynamics The Mixing Calorimeter is used for the study of heat characteristics of masses. The apparatus has been insulated from the surrounding environment with a felt cover in order to perform experiments in a state of thermal equilibrium. Specifications Size: Dia.12×30 cm Weight:…
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Expansion of Liquids Apparatus – code: 4210.32

Precedente Successivo Expansion of Liquids Apparatus Code: 4210.32 Discover the relative coefficient of expansion of different liquids Illustrates the different expansion of liquids and allows for the determination of the relative coefficient of expansion. Consisting of five glass bulbs with stem, total height 400 mm; mounted against a plastic stand, with 5 scales graduated in…
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Bimetal Strip with Electric Contact – code: 4200.80

Bimetal Strip with Electric Contact Code: 4200.80 Simple demonstrator for thermal expansion The apparatus consists of a bimetal strip that expands differently on both sides due to two different materials. Once heated, it will bend to one side as one of the metals will expand faster than the other. Specifications Size: 10x10x12 cm Weight: 0.2…
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Compound Bar – code: 4200.60

Compound Bar Code: 4200.60 Simple instrument to study thermal expansion Demonstrates how the unequal expansion of different metals may be used for practical applications (principle of bimetallic thermostats, switches, etc.). With wooden handle. Specifications Length: 30 cm Weight: 0.1 kg Equipment Needed Bunsen Burner with accessories (code 5511.00) LAWS AND PRINCIPLES INVESTIGATED Expansion of solids…
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Thermal Conductivity Apparatus 2 – code: 4200.36

Thermal Conductivity Apparatus Code: 4200.35 A simple apparatus to study heat conductivity With this apparatus it is possible to study heat conductivity of different materials. Constructed of a glass jar with three different rods (aluminium, brass and PVC) of equal shape, it can contain cold or hot liquids, therefore demonstrating heat transmission through different materials. Sturdy…
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Thermal Leakage System – code: 4200.35

Precedente Successivo Thermal Leakage System Code: 4200.35 A simple apparatus to perform a complete study of heat losses Heat losses strictly depend on the material, the mass and the shape of an object. With this apparatus students can understand the basic concepts of thermodynamics. Sturdy and easy to use, this kit provides repeatable and accurate…
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Gunther Expansion Apparatus – code: 4200.22

Precedente Successivo Gunther Expansion Apparatus Code: 4331.27 With Altay’s Gunther Expansion Apparatus, students can accurately and easily investigate the expansion of metals with increasing temperature The apparatus comprises of a double metal plastic jacket containing the rods which will be raised to a temperature of 100°C. A micrometer screw gauge is mounted at one end…
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Thermal Conductivity Apparatus – code: 4210.73

Thermal Conductivity Apparatus Code: 4210.73 Simple apparatus to show thermal expansions in introductory physics courses Demonstrates the different thermal conductivity of four different metal rods (brass, copper, aluminium, iron). With wooden handle. Specifications Total length: approx. 35 cm Weight: 0.1 kg Equipment Needed Bunsen Burner with accessories (code 5511.00) LAWS AND PRINCIPLES INVESTIGATED Conductivity of…
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