Through lab practice, students can better understand the static and dynamic behaviour of a fluid.
The Fluids & Hydraulics Laboratory has a 7-metre-long hydraulic channel, as well as equipment to study load loss in pipes, equipment to observe turbulent and laminar regimes, hydraulic pumps, and equipment to study hydrostatic stability in submerged bodies.
In the laboratory, students can:
Through lab practice, students can better understand the static and dynamic behaviour of a fluid, whether it be in energy losses, its efficiency in a feed pump, or through measuring the flow of pipes and mechanisms, thus foreseeing how a design will behave.
In this laboratory, students conduct hands-on activities related to bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Architecture, Civil Engineering, Building, Mechanics, Industrial Engineering and Aerospace Engineering, as well as various End-of-Degree Projects.
The lab allows students to better understand the behaviour of fluids in their static and dynamic states, as well as energy losses and efficiency in hydraulic pumps.
The Fluids & Hydraulics Laboratory has a 7-metre-long hydraulic channel.
The laboratory has 2 Bernoulli piping energy panels.
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