This is our busiest set of laboratories, in terms of utilization. Its overall needs are versatility and generality, in view of the many basic course needs it serves. This is the main lab where basic experiments like device characteristics and basic circuits are held. This lab is general enough to hold a number of experiments suitable for giving students enough exposure to enable them to easily adopt experiments in more advanced laboratories in the department.
It gives them hands-on experience with complex analog circuits which could not practically be built from scratch in a lab setting. More than that it puts control of those circuits in a graphical interface setting, allowing students to interact directly with the circuit schematics. By showing students the real world power of analog electronics we can inspire a new generation of electronic designers
Laying a strong foundation for electronic engineers this lab makes the students understand the fundamentals of digital Electronics. The Digital Logic Lab is where our students gain practical experience in the use of basic hardware components. Through experiments, students become familiar with gates, multiplexers, decoders, flip-flops, counters, registers and displays. Explains Boolean logic functions, Describes TTL and CMOS logic, as well as IC logic devices. Describes proper method for detection and correction of common fault potentials.
This lab introduces the students to the basic electrical measuring equipment’s and they will deal with some of the frequently used instruments and equipment’s, like the digital multimeter, tester etc. The students obtain the basic knowledge about different types of wiring circuits, behavior of current, voltage, power, energy under different conditions and their determination. They can also gain knowledge about residential wiring, troubleshooting various electrical equipment like ceiling fan, mixer, air conditioner and other electrical gadgets. These experiments help to provide them the foundation they require to be Electronics & Electrical engineers.
It is the task of instrumentation and control engineers to research, design, install, develop, test and maintain instruments, electronics and computer control systems that are used in the process industry. With the help of automation techniques and computer-aided processes, they formulate ways to control these systems. Their prime focus is to ensure that the processes operate efficiently and safely. This lab prepares students who seek to enter this stream by providing them with intricate knowledge to manage and control instruments
This is our fundamental laboratory in E.C.E department. This lab has various types of microprocessor trainer kits modules to demonstrate the detailed applications of microprocessors. The purpose of this laboratory is to train the students to be familiar with the software and hardware of microprocessors so that they can gain enough experiences to meet the demand of the microprocessor era. Students learn about assembly language programming, CPU, memory and I/O design, interfacing of programmable chips and peripherals, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters etc. They acquire the practical skills sufficient to design and realize basic microprocessor-based systems. This laboratory is used to provide intensive practical exposure to the students in the field of microprocessor architecture and industrial control through them. Different exercises in this lab includes Serial Data Communication between PC and 8085 microprocessor trainer kit, writing on EPROM and microcontroller Chip using UIP. The lab also provides the facility to interface the microprocessor with different circuits.
This is our fundamental laboratory in E.C.E department. This lab has various types of micro controller trainer kits along with interfacing modules to demonstrate the detailed applications of microprocessors. The purpose of this laboratory is to train the students to be familiar with the software and hardware of micro controller so that they can gain enough experiences to meet the demand of the micro controller era. The facilities in the laboratory enable students to build a firm background in micro controller hardware as well as software. Students learn about assembly language programming, CPU, memory and I/O design, interfacing of programmable chips and peripherals such as stepper motors, analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog converters etc. They acquire the practical skills sufficient to design and realize basic microprocessor-based systems.
The VLSI laboratory is well equipped with the most up-to-date industry standard VLSI EDA tools and hardware resources like Xilinx, Tanner EDA tool, Synopsys EDA tool and Spartan FPGA. The laboratory provides hands-on experience to students in the field of analog and digital circuit design to conduct world class research. The laboratory is designed to expose the students to a set of tools for CMOS design, starting with circuit simulation and leading to physical layout, design rule checking, and extracted circuit simulation. Students gain knowledge in using EDA tools to design, simulate, and verify schematics and layout of logic gates. It also serves to facilitate design and implementation of digital design on FPGA.
The lab intends to cover the basic course of analog and digital communication which involves the Analog communication (communication system I), Digital communication (communication system II). To understand the functionalities of various block-sets involved in communication system. It involves system design practical and experiments based on different communication trainer kit. Students are introduced to the functioning of modern communication systems and how they perform in the presence of noise. After performing experiments, the student can understand the working of different communication involved in our daily life and get the knowledge of analog and digital communication.
This lab is used by the students to perform practical pertaining to the study of optical fiber communication using state of the art kits. The department provides an in-depth knowledge on advanced optical communication. The Lab in Fiber Optics provides the student with an experience on the various fiber optic and digital communication techniques.
The mission of this lab is to design,analyze the characterization of Microwave and optical communication devices. This lab is equipped to carry out basic microwave measurements, such as impedance, power, frequency, VSWR, etc., using waveguide technology as approximately 300 students per year undertake practical courses in this laboratory. In addition to supporting these courses, the lab also provides the necessary equipment for the students to perform their projects in both Microwave and optical communication domains.
This lab is concerned with the representation of signals as a sequence of numbers and the operations carried out on the signals to extract specific information contained in them. The objective of the laboratory is to enable the students simulate and experiment with digital signals and systems and apply the theory they have studied in DSP courses. Students can implement digital signal processing algorithms using different computational platforms and DSP tools. They can critically analyze the behavior of their implementation, and observe the specific limitations inherent to the computational platform and tools.
Linear Integrated Circuit & Application are the present state of art of IC technology. It is one of the core area of ECE and constitutes the largest application is used today. This lab is intended to make student understand the use of different linear and digital IC trainer kit etc. In this lab, the student will become familiar with various IC’s such as µA741 OpAmp like comparator, adder, subtractor, etc and various application of SE/NE 555 like monostable operation and schmit trigger. In addition to the above they will become familiar with various voltage regulator & sample & hold circuits
Basic Electrical Laboratory is used with the institute core course “Introduction to Electrical Engineering”. This lab equipped setup benches to carry out numerous fundamental experiments in Electrical Engineering. The experiments are designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of Electrical Engineering. Various practical’s related to Theorem, V-I Characteristics, B-H Curve, Power Measurement, efficiency, regulation, Open Circuit and short circuit test, DC motor, Induction motor are performed by the students for better understanding about the Subjects
High voltage Laboratory is used for the purpose of insulation testing of different equipment used for electrical power system. High voltage test facility up to 110kV is available in the Laboratory. Various practical’s like testing of Transformer Oil, Cable Testing, Fog Chamber facility, Rod Gap arrangement, Sphere gap arrangement; Control panel facilities are available in this laboratory.
The Electrical Measurement has the objective to familiarize the student with the operation of basic laboratory instrumentation such as Energy meter, multi meter, frequency counter, voltmeter, Ammeter etc. Another goal is to re-enforce theoretical knowledge with practice and analytical, and also to learn correct laboratory procedures and techniques. This is accomplished by building, testing, and taking measurements on simple circuits. In the execution of the experiment, highest benefit is gained by students if they can distinguish between performing the experiment by following step-by-step instructions, and actually understanding the reasons and the methodology behind the various parts.
Electrical Machine Laboratory is used with the institute core course “Introduction to Electrical Engineering”. This lab equipped setup benches to carry out numerous fundamental experiments in Electrical Engineering. The experiments are designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of Electrical Engineering. Electrical Drives and its controlling device are available in the laboratory.Various practical’s related to Open Circuit and short circuit test, DC motor, Induction motor, synchronous motor,3 point starter,4 point starter, parallel operation of transformer , microcontroller based relay test are performed by the students for better understanding about the Subjects.
Power Electronics Laboratory is designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of Power Electronics Engineering. Various practical’s related to UJT firing circuit , single-phase half-wave controller rectifier using UJT , single-phase full-wave controller rectifier- using UJT ,Study of single-phase half-wave bridge controlled rectifier , single-phase full-wave bridge controlled rectifier ,three-phase half-wave controlled rectifier ,three-phase full-wave controlled rectifier ,DC Chopper power circuit ,Series inverter circuit ,parallel inverter circuit ,single phase, Speed control of three-phase induction motor etc. Various practical are performed by the students for better understanding about the concepts.
Automatic Control System Laboratory is designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of Automatic Control System Engineering. Various practical’s related to Gain of an Open Loop and Closed Loop System,Transfer function of a DC Servomotor,time response of a second order system,Transfer Function of an AC Servomotor,Displacement Measurement using LVDT ,P, PI controller on second order system ,PID controller on second order system ,Operation and Characteristic of a Stepper Motor ,Lag Compensator and Lead Compensator etc.
Power system protection & switch gear Laboratory comprises of protection and machine related experiments. Facilities are available for overcurrent, undervoltage, directional, differential and distance relays including different numerical relays.
The objective of Soil mechanics and Geotechnology laboratory is to determine the physical and engineering properties of soil which are required for suitable design of foundations for any structure. Physical properties include specific gravity, moisture content, density and consistency limits namely, liquid, plastic and shrinkage limits of soil. The engineering properties include permeability, consolidation, compressibility, shear strength and bearing capacity of soil. By evaluating the properties of soil in the laboratory, students will be able to relate the concepts studied in the relevant theory course. Also, students can utilize the knowledge of both theory and practical in the field application to real problems. In this laboratory both laboratory and in-situ experiments can be conducted. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course Geotechnical Engineering.
The objective of this laboratory is to learn about measurement of distances, angles, reduced levels and setting out works. The experiments include determination of distances using chain and tape, reduced levels and contours using level, bearing of lines using compass, horizontal and vertical angles using Theodolite and graphical method using plane table.Use of modern equipment like total station will be demonstrated. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course surveying.
Civil engineering testing equipment is used in the quality control processes associated with the analysis of soils, concrete, asphalt, bitumen, cement and mortar, steel, aggregates, and other materials used in civil engineering. Civil engineering projects largely depend on the quality of their materials; therefore, testing equipment capable of providing consumers with accurate and repeatable results is imperative. While the mechanism in which the equipment performs analysis procedures varies depending upon the material to be analyzed, these testing instruments are capable of analyzing the hardness, moisture content, permeability and other mechanical properties of the material of interest.
The objective of this laboratory is to determine the various parameters related to fluid flow in pipes and in open channels and to study the characteristics of pumps and turbines. The experiments include determination of friction factor, minor loss coefficients, and coefficient of discharge of constriction meters, orifices, mouth pieces, notches and weirs, characteristics of flow profiles and hydraulic jump and characteristics of pumps and turbines and verification of momentum theorem. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course’s fluid mechanics and open channel flow and hydraulic machinery.
The objective of structural analysis laboratory is to determine the forces, stresses, deflections and behavior of various structural members like beams, columns, arches, trusses and frames when subjected to different types of loadings. Equipment consists of simply supported beam, fixed beam, three span continuous beams, column and strut apparatus, two hinged and three hinged arch model, unsymmetrical bending apparatus, pin jointed truss apparatus etc.
The objective of this laboratory is to study the geologic factors that affect the location, design, construction, operation and maintenance of different civil engineering structures. In this laboratory, physical properties of minerals and rocks, geological properties like strike and dip of the bedding planes and study of different maps can be carried out. The basic ideas, learned about the geological conditions in a location will enable the students for proper design of foundations, location of ground water and design of structures for earthquake resistance. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course engineering Geology.
The objective of this laboratory is to determine the qualities of water and waste water, quality of air and noise characteristics. The experiments include the determination of pH, turbidity, conductivity, and impurities in water and BOD, DO and COD of waste water and pollution level of air and noise. The highlight of this laboratory is the spectrophotometer and high-volume sampler. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course environmental engineering.
The objective of concrete laboratory is to determine the physical properties of building construction materials like cement, fine and coarse aggregate, steel, wood, and strength characteristics of cement mortar, plain cement concrete and reinforced cement concrete. The tests include determination of specific gravity, fineness, normal consistency, setting times, workability and soundness of cement, fineness modulus of fine and coarse aggregate, strength of cement mortar, cement concrete and bricks, tensile test on steel rods, bending and flexural strength on concrete, bending test on wood, and non-destructive test on concrete. The students will be able to infer the suitability of these materials for construction. They can design the mix, make the specimens and test the same for the strength for comparison with design strength.
The objective of Transportation Engineering laboratory is to determine some of the properties of coarse aggregates and bitumen. Experiments include tests for impact, abrasion, attrition test and crushing strength for coarse aggregate and tests for penetration, ductility, viscosity, softening point and flash and fire point for bitumen. The students will be able to infer the suitability of these materials for construction of road. This laboratory course will help the students to understand the theoretical concepts learned in the course transportation engineering
IoT-LAB provides full control of network nodes and direct access to the gateways to which nodes are connected, allowing researchers to monitor nodes energy consumption and network-related metrics, e.g. end-to-end delay, throughput or overhead. The facility offers quick experiments deployment, along with easy evaluation, results collection and analysis. Defining complementary test beds with different node types, topologies and environments allows for coverage of a wide range of real-life use-cases.
UML (or Unified Modelling Language) is a software engineering language that was developed to create a standard way of visualizing the design of a system. And UML Class Diagrams describe the structure of a system by showing the system's classes and how they relate to one another. UML Lab Services« enable you to use model-based software engineering with UML in your StarUML IDE whenever you need it.
The lab Installed with MATLAB software, provides solution to data scientists, automatic control simulation etc. It provides multi paradigm numerical computing environment for solving computer based numerical problems.
The Lab is dedicated for Database related practical. High configuration computer systems installed with software’s like Oracle Server, MySQL are used by the students to execute their Database related projects and assignments.
Departmental Computer Labs consist of Licensed Software under Microsoft campus agreement and MATLAB with Simulink Performance Tools like Image Processing Tool Box, Neural Network Tool Box, Wavelet Transforms Toolbox, Filter Design Toolbox, and Communication Toolbox.
The lab is installed with all important editors like Code Block, Dev C++ provides a dual operating system environment where the students can learn to execute C and C++ programs in all types of environments.
The lab provides requisite environment for Design and Analysis of Algorithms for solving complex problems in the field of computer science. Students execute all data structure and other algorithm related practical in the lab. The latest platforms/compilers are provided to the students to run their programs.
The students receive hands on practical experience in the field of System Administration, System Engineering, Hacking and Security. Red Hat Linux Administration is the key practice in this lab.
The laboratory is equipped with number of equipment & experimental setups to study the fundamental & applied aspects of the internal combustion (IC) engines. The laboratory facilitates experimental based performance evaluations of a wide variety of IC engines using a wide variety of fuels including the 2nd, 3rd and 4th generation Biofuels.
Automobile Engineering Lab is the investigation and study of manufacturing, designing and operating automobiles such as trucks, buses, cars etc. and their particular engineering subsystems. Automobile Engineering lab additionally offers specialization in alternative fuels, aerodynamics, chassis, emissions, electronics, ergonomics, materials, manufacturing, motorsport, rapid prototyping, vehicle, power train.
Heat Transfer laboratory provides fundamental and industrial knowledge about modes of heat transfer, like conduction, convection and radiation, and their application. Heat Transfer Lab consists of the following equipment. Pin Fin Apparatus: This setup is designed to study the heat transfer in a pin fin. It consists of cylindrical fin fitted to the base in rectangular duct. A blower is provided on one side of duct to conduct experiments under forced convection heat transfer mode. Five thermocouples are embedded along the axis of the cylindrical fin at five different locations and one thermocouple placed in the air stream at the exit of the test section to measure the outlet air temperature.
Objectives of this Dynamics of Machines lab are to impart practical knowledge on design and analysis of mechanisms for the specified type of motion in a machine. With the study of rigid bodies motions and forces for the transmission systems, machine kinematics and dynamics can be well understood. Mechanisms form the basis of any machine and it is an assemblage of rigid bodies so that they move upon each other with definite relative motion.
The study of workshop practice acts as the basis for further technical studies. General workshop practices are included in the curriculum in order to provide hands on experience about the use of different engineering materials, tools, equipment and processes that are common in engineering field. The Institute has a modern well-established workshop, equipped with various traditional as well as most modern machines and latest tools and instruments. It imparts basic knowledge of various tools and their use in different sections of manufacture such as Fitting, Carpentry, Smithy, Welding etc.
Materials Testing Lab is a range of highly precise and reliable techniques that determine and measure the characteristics of materials, such as mechanical properties, elemental composition, corrosion resistance and the effects of heat treatments. At Laboratory our material testing services are destructive testing methods that are categorized as mechanical, fracture toughness, fatigue, chemical, corrosion and metallurgical testing. Most material testing is performed on metals, although some services are available for composites, ceramics etc.
It is an introductory lab where flow behavior, fluid forces and analysis tools are introduced. The goals of the experiments include determination of forces generated when fluid flow takes place over a solid object, applications of the control volume approach, demonstration of the momentum and energy equations, viscosity measurement and engineering correlations. Intricate flow phenomena such as separations and transition to turbulence are demonstrated. Experimental setups such as flow through a tube, flow over a flat plate, wind tunnel and viscometer are made available to the students.
Refrigeration is the process of removing heat from an enclosed space, or from a substance, and moving it to a place where it is unobjectionable. The primary purpose of refrigeration is lowering the temperature of the enclosed space or substance and then maintaining that lower temperature. The term cooling refers generally to any natural or artificial process by which heat is dissipated. The process of artificially producing extreme cold temperatures is referred to as cryogenics.
The Engineering Mechanics Laboratory is well equipped with various instruments as per syllabus. This lab is well equipped with Models of truss, column & struts, beams (cantilever and simply supported beam) and three hinged arches. Each working table in the laboratory is well furnished with adequate working space. Engineering Mechanics Lab is primarily dedicated to make the student to understand some basic concepts through experiment. Students perform the practical under the vigilant guidance and support of one faculty members and one Laboratory In- charge.
Laboratory of robotics is the practice of using robots to perform or assist in laboratory tasks. Laboratory robots have found applications in diverse industries and sciences, pharmaceutical companies have used them more than any other group. Advantages of laboratory robotics include high speed, high efficiency, minimal wastage, task reproducibility, task endurance, precision, high productivity, enhanced safety for laboratory personnel, the ability to withstand adverse environmental conditions, and reduced tedium and boredom among laboratory workers who would otherwise perform the tasks.
CAD is used to design, develop and optimize products. CAD (Computer Aided Design) lab is the use of computer software to design and document a product’s design process. Students get professional training on 2D & 3D drafting of mechanical engineering drawings using the latest version of Autocad software.
The Applied thermodynamics laboratory consists of a number of models of steam boilers, steam condensers, Steam turbines, various boiler accessories and mountings. The various models of boiler in lab are Locomotive boiler, La-Mont boiler, Loeffler boiler, Velox boiler.
Kinematics of Machine lab provides the practical knowledge to the students about various mechanisms & their applications in machineries. This enables student to learn various experiments of different mechanism like cam-follower mechanism, gears, gear train etc. In this way students will understand the practical applications of basic principles in day-to-day life.
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