Convection and Radiation WL 377
Convection and Radiation
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Under real conditions, the heat transport between two objects is normally substance-bound, i.e. convection and/or heat conduction, and not substance-bound, i.e. radiation, at the same time. Determining the individual heat quantities of one type of transfer is difficult.
The WL 377 trainer enables users to match the individual heat quantities to the corresponding type of transfer. The core element is a metal cylinder in a pressure vessel. A temperature-controlled heating element is located at the centre of the cylinder. Sensors capture the wall temperature of the cylinder and the heating power. This metal cylinder is used to examine the heat transfer between the heating element and the vessel wall.
The pressure vessel can be put under vacuum or positive gauge pressure. In the vacuum, heat is transported primarily by radiation. If the vessel is filled with gas and is under positive gauge pressure, heat is also transferred by convection. It is possible to compare the heat transfer in different gases. In addition to air, nitrogen, helium, carbon dioxide or other gases are also suitable.
A rotary vane pump generates negative pressures down to approx. 0,02mbar. Positive gauge pressures up to approx. 1bar can be realised with compressed air. Two pressure sensors with suitable measuring ranges are available for the pressure measurement: the negative pressure is captured with a Pirani sensor; a piezo-resistive sensor is used for experiments with a filled cylinder.
The measured values can be read on digital displays. At the same time, the measured values can also be transmitted directly to a PC via USB, where they can be analysed with the GUNT software.
- heat transfer between heating element and vessel wall by convection and radiation
- operation with various gases possible
- experiments in vacuum or at a slight positive gauge pressure
- electrically heated metal cylinder in the pressure vessel as experimental vessel
- temperature-controlled heating element
- vacuum generation with rotary vane pump
- instrumentation: 1 temperature sensor at the vessel wall, 1 power sensor at the heating element, 1 Pirani pressure sensor, 1 piezo-resistive pressure sensor
- digital displays for temperature, pressure and heating power
- GUNT software for data acquisition via USB under Windows Vista or Windows 7
- output: 20W
- radiation surface area: approx. 61cm2
Pump for vacuum generation
- power consumption: 250W
- nominal suction capacity: 5m3/h
- final pressure with gas ballast: 3*10-3mbar
- final pressure without gas ballast: 3*10-3mbar
- negative pressure: 0,5*10-3…1000mbar
- pressure: -1…1,5bar rel.
- temperature: 0…200°C
- output: 0…23W
230V, 50Hz, 1 phase
230V, 60Hz, 1 phase; 120V, 60Hz, 1 phase
Weight: approx. 160kg
compressed air: min. 1,5bar
PC with Windows recommended