Nozzle Used By James Joule

Made:
1853 in Unknown place
maker:
Unknown

Nozzle used by James Joule and William Thomson to test the effects of fluids in motion, c. 1853. Frame has hollow wooden cylinder in centre. Cylinder was used stuffed with cotton wool to impede the motion of air.

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Category:
Scientific Instruments & Research
Object Number:
Y1969.5.60
Materials:
brass, iron, wood
type:
laboratory apparatus
taxonomy:
  • furnishing and equipment
  • tools & equipment
  • scientific equipment
credit:
Gift of University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology

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