Pelton and Francis Turbine HM 365.31
Pelton and Francis Turbine
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Water turbines are turbomachines utilising water power. They convert pressure and flow energy into mechanical energy and mostly are used for driving electrical generators. Water turbines can be divided into impulse and reaction turbines depending on their operating principle.
The HM 365.31 accessories contain a Pelton turbine as an example for an impulse turbine and a Francis turbine as an example for a reaction turbine. The two turbine types are examined and compared with each other together with the supply unit HM 365.32 and the brake unit HM 365. The brake unit offers the possibility to set constant speeds resp. torques. Thus you can realise experiments in different realistic operating modes.
The Pelton turbine is a free-jet turbine which converts the pressure energy of the water into kinetic energy entirely in the distributor. As the complete pressure difference is reduced exclusively in the nozzle, the pressure is constant in the Pelton wheel. The turbine is also known as a constant pressure turbine. The turbine output is adjusted by adjusting the nozzle cross-section.
The Francis turbine converts the pressure energy of the water into kinetic energy in the distributor and in the rotor. The pressure at the rotor inlet is higher than at the rotor outlet. The turbine output is adjusted by adjusting the guide vanes.
HM 365.32 provides the water supply, the pressure measurement at the turbine inlet and the flow rate measurement. In order to measure the pressure at the turbine outlet, the Francis turbine is equipped with an
additional pressure sensor. The brake unit HM 365 measures the braking torque and the speed.
The well-structured instructional material sets out the fundamentals and provides a step-by-step guide through the experiments.
in combination with HM 365 and HM 365.32
- comparison of impulse and reaction turbines
- determination of the mechanical and hydraulic
- determination of the efficiency
- recording of characteristic curves
- influence of the nozzle cross-section of the Pelton
turbine on the characteristics
- influence of the guide vane position of the Francis
turbine on the characteristics
* Comparison of impulse and reaction turbines1
* Constant speeds and torques can be adjusted in
combination with HM 3651
* Part of the GUNT-FEMLine
HM 365.32 -- Turbine Supply Unit
HM 450.02 -- Francis Turbine
 comparison of a Pelton turbine as impulse turbine and a Francis turbine as reaction turbine
 operation by use of the HM 365.32 Turbine Supply Unit
 turbine load by use of the HM 365 Universal Brake and Drive Unit
 constant torques and speeds can be adjusted with HM 365
 transparent front panel in the turbines for observing the operating area
 adjustable nozzle needle for setting different nozzle cross-sections (Pelton turbine)
 adjustable guide vanes for setting different angles of incidence (Francis turbine)
 pressure sensor at the Francis turbine for measuring the pressure at the turbine outlet
 digital display for flow rate, pressure and temperature in HM 365.32
 braking torque and speed measured in HM 365
Transmission ratio between brake and turbine: 1,44:1
- output: 1,5kW at 2750min-1 at 6,5bar
- wheel diameter: 165mm
- variable nozzle setting
- output: 1kW at 3500min-1 and 4,2bar
- rotor diameter: 80mm
- variable guide vane setting
- pressure (outlet on Francis turbine): 0...1,6bar
Dimensions and Weight LxWxH: 500x500x500mm
Weight: together approx. 50kg Required for Operation HM 365.32 (closed water circuit) Scope of Delivery 1 Pelton turbine
1 Francis turbine
Order Details 070.36531 HM 365.31 Pelton and Francis Turbine