Energy Measuring Company <br />By Team Bunsen Burner<br />
Meet the team<br />Team Bunsen Burner<br />A## J##: Head of Department<br />T##### L##: Leading Executive<br />S#### S####...
Objective brief<br />    It is our mission to observe and test gas efficiency inside Bunsen Burners. We must find out what...
Experiment Aims<br />We aim to prove the difference between a high heat bunsen burner and a low heat, and compare the ener...
Hypothesis<br />We expect the high heat gas flame to heat, fill and<br />evaporate faster than the low flame because, as y...
Experiment 1a<br /><ul><li>Bunsen burner on full gas
Beaker filled to 100mL
Starting temperature is 24.5°C
Finishing temperature is 60°C
Time taken to 60°C was 3:20 </li></ul>E<br />F<br />G<br />°<br />°<br />A: Bunsen Burner<br />B: Tripod<br />C: Gauze mat...
Experiment 1b<br /><ul><li>Bunsen burner on low gas
Beaker filled to 100mL
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Energy Measuring Company

  1. 1. Energy Measuring Company <br />By Team Bunsen Burner<br />
  2. 2. Meet the team<br />Team Bunsen Burner<br />A## J##: Head of Department<br />T##### L##: Leading Executive<br />S#### S#####: Senior analyst <br />A##### N#: Junior Executive <br />
  3. 3. Objective brief<br /> It is our mission to observe and test gas efficiency inside Bunsen Burners. We must find out what type of flame is the most efficient and energy saving. We have 3 periods to analyse and publish our findings, which could provide you and your families information about gas and energy. By using our research, you could save money per year and help us prevent energy wastage around the globe.<br />
  4. 4. Experiment Aims<br />We aim to prove the difference between a high heat bunsen burner and a low heat, and compare the energy usage and the temperature increase speed.<br /> By using our information, this data could then be used for gas stoves, barbeques and petrol for cars. <br /> As an elite small group, we will provide lab-tested results quickly and efficiently for free, giving the world vital info regarding energy usage.<br />
  5. 5. Hypothesis<br />We expect the high heat gas flame to heat, fill and<br />evaporate faster than the low flame because, as you may<br />have noticed, the lower flame would heat slower, fill<br />spaces slower and take more time to get liquids and<br />gases to the aimed temperature- costing more gas and<br />therefore more expense. <br />
  6. 6. Experiment 1a<br /><ul><li>Bunsen burner on full gas
  7. 7. Beaker filled to 100mL
  8. 8. Starting temperature is 24.5°C
  9. 9. Finishing temperature is 60°C
  10. 10. Time taken to 60°C was 3:20 </li></ul>E<br />F<br />G<br />°<br />°<br />A: Bunsen Burner<br />B: Tripod<br />C: Gauze mat<br />D: Beaker<br />E: Thermometer<br />F: Clamp<br />G: Boss head<br />H: Retort stand<br />D<br />°<br />°<br />C<br />B<br />H<br />A<br />
  11. 11. Experiment 1b<br /><ul><li>Bunsen burner on low gas
  12. 12. Beaker filled to 100mL
  13. 13. Starting temperature is 24.5°C
  14. 14. Finishing temperature is 60°C
  15. 15. Time taken to 60°C was 11:06 </li></ul>E<br />F<br />G<br />°<br />°<br />A: Bunsen Burner<br />B: Tripod<br />C: Gauze mat<br />D: Beaker<br />E: Thermometer<br />F: Clamp<br />G: Boss head<br />H: Retort stand<br />D<br />°<br />°<br />C<br />B<br />H<br />A<br />
  16. 16. Experiment 1 results<br /><ul><li>Experiment a: 100mL x 35.5°C x 4.2 = 4.2Kjs x 3:20=13.44
  17. 17. Experiment b: 100mL x 35.5°C x 4.2 = 4.2Kjs x 11:06=46.45
  18. 18. The 1st part of the experiment was almost 3 x more efficient than the 2nd part.
  19. 19. The 1st part (high gas) cost $0.00104 and 59.2 mL of gas
  20. 20. The 2nd part (low gas) cost $0.002743 and 144.66 mL of gas</li></li></ul><li>Experiment 2a<br /><ul><li>Bunsen burner on high gas
  21. 21. To fill the balloon took 4 seconds
  22. 22. The balloon has 74 mL capacity
  23. 23. Gas per second: 16.25mL</li></ul>B<br />A: Bunsen Burner<br />B: Balloon<br />A<br />
  24. 24. Experiment 2b<br /><ul><li>Bunsen burner on low gas
  25. 25. To fill the balloon took 5.6 seconds
  26. 26. The balloon has 74 mL capacity
  27. 27. Gas per second: 12.87mL per second</li></ul>B<br />A: Bunsen Burner<br />B: Balloon<br />A<br />
  28. 28. Experiment 2 results<br /><ul><li>The high gas measured 100% speed
  29. 29. The low gas measured 80% speed
  30. 30. The high gas was 3.20 seconds faster at filling the balloon with gas</li></li></ul><li>Conclusion<br />In conclusion we found that not only is a high gas flame<br />more convenient in that it will heat faster it is also more<br />cost effective and more efficient than a low gas flame.<br />Our conclusion is: if you are ever wanting to heat<br />something, inflate and fill, or boil a liquid, use a full gas<br />flame.<br />

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