Experimental hydraulic network to simulate unsteady and steady flows
Bastida A., Enrique Cabrera Marcet, Reqena S., Roldán M.
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The mathematical models developed for the study of engineering problems require a series of hypothesis that determine, first the basic equations which govern the phenomenon and second the applied methods for reaching a solution. The more complex a problem is, the more restrictive the hypotheses applied tend to be. Consequently, it is necessary to check the theoretical results obtained in order to guarantee the reliability of the applied method. In this paper we describe a hydraulic panel developed in the Department‘s Laboratory which enables us to simulate the steady and unsteady incompressible fluid flows in simple hydraulic systems and/or in complex hydraulic networks.