CENCO® Mechanics System 3

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CENCO® Mechanics System 3
The Cenco Mechanics system 3 kit includes materials for over 13 activities on fluid mechanics based topics. The kit comes in a heavy duty carry-case for ease of storage. Simple to set-up with all components easily accessible. A full manual with detailed activities for both the teacher and the student is included along with scientific background on each topic. Activities are designed to guide students to discover concepts but are styled so the instructor knows what equipment is needed for each activity.
Experiments topics include: water velocity from a spout, mariotte's bottle, force pump, bole's law with a syringe, Pascal's ball, communicating vessels, density of an unknown liquid (U tube), open tube manometer, hare's apparatus, Cartesian diver, Bernoulli's principle, viscosity (Ostwald viscometer), capillary tubes.

Included in the Cenco Mechanics system 3 kit:
Universal Base with knobs
Expansion clamp with rod (4 prong)
Support rod, rounded ends, length 350mm
Mariotte's bottle
Tube for Mariotte's bottle, glass
Hare's apparatus
Silicone tubing, 2 meters
Plastic boss head clamps with knobs
Centrifuge tub, for Cartesian diver
Rubber stopper, 1 hole for Mariotte's bottle
Ping-pong ball
Base for capillary tube and communicating vessels
Beaker 250 mL, plastic
Styrofoam ball
Pascal apparatus ball
Food color
Drying tube, U shaped
Venturi's tube
Syringe 5mL
Syringe 20mL
U-tube manometer with stand
U-tube manometer base
Communicating vessels
Capillary tubes
Funnel, 10cm, plastic
Silicone grease
Culture tube 13 x 100, glass with screw cap
Small stopper that fits in Mariotte's bottle spout

Required but not included in the Cenco Mechanics system 3 kit:
Small shallow bucket to collect water
Pitcher of water 1
Calipers (In CENCO Mechanics System 1)
25 cm steel rods that screw together (In CENCO Mechanics System 1)
Piece of thread about 5cm in length
Corn Oil, Olive Oil, etc. (Something that will not dissolve in water and has a known density.) 20 mL
Clip or very tight clothes pin for sealing the end of a rubber tube
Air blower/hair dryer 1
Clay or stopper for spout on Mariotte's bottle
Bromic Acid Enough to wash the viscometer
Distilled water Enough for rinsing and experimentation
Acetone or Alcohol Enough to rinse the viscometer
Pipet pump
Graduated cylinder
Pressure sensor
Temperature sensor
Data analysis software