This sophisticated lab caters to the syllabus requirement related to the latest trends in manufacturing and automation. The lab is fully equipped with the CNC machines and modern CAD / CAM software covering computer aided design, analysis and manufacturing fields. The lab has the finest blend of the world's leading softwares. The department conducts regular training programmes in "CAD / CAM / CAE software" and "CNC Programming and Operators" under the continuing Education scheme.
Aerospace engineer, Automotive engineer, Contracting civil engineer, Control and instrumentation engineer, Maintenance engineer, Mechanical engineer, Nuclear engineer.
Central and State Govts, ISRO, Defence, Oil, Refinaries, NTPC, L&T, Automobile Companies
Quite often engineers are called upon to be part of design and fabrication of various items of day-to-day use. Familiarity with the common fabrication methods, use of hand tools and measuring equipments will be an advantage in this regard. Basic Engineering workshops provide hands on experience to the students in using hand tools and measuring instruments in trades like Fitting, Carpentry, Sheet metal, Foundry and Plumbing.
In these days much of the Design and Drafting activities are taken over by computers. Any Engineer working in the field of Research and Development, Design and Production must be familiar with the immense potential in the field of Computer Aided Design and Drafting. In the CADD lab, students are given training to design and draw using the various softwares available in this field like, ANSYS, CATIA etc.
Fluid Mechanics is the science that deals with the behavior of fluids at rest or in motion. Both gases and liquids are classified as fluids and the number of fluid engineering applications are enormous: blood flow, pumps, fans, turbines, airplanes, ships, rivers, wind mills, pipes, jets and many more. Almost everything on this planet either is a fluid or moves within or near a fluid. The essence of the subject of fluid flow is a compromise between theory and experiment. Flow characteristics of fluid, transportation of fluids from place to place, power generation from fluids are some of the topics in which an engineering student needs to have thorough knowledge. With this objective Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machines Lab provides opportunity to study and conduct experiments on flow measuring devices, different types of pumps like Reciprocating and Centrifugal pumps and power generat
The machine tool lab is equipped with state of the art machine tools such as milling machine, shaper machine and conventional machines including a high performance production lathe supporting the industrial interactions and research activities in the areas of machining and machine tool systems.
This lab teaches the use of instrumentation and apparatus that are unique and/or special to the field of heat transfer. It demonstrates the fundamental aspects of heat transfer and employ’s experimental principles and thought processes to solve engineering problems.
The Major equipments include Refrigeration Test Rig, Heat Transfer Through: Composite Wall Unit, Forced Convection Unit, Natural Convection Unit, Shell & Tube Heat Exchanger Unit, Parallel Flow and Counter Flow Heat Exchanger Unit, Thermal Conductivity of Metal Rod Unit.
The purpose of this lab is to develop an understanding of the basics of internal combustion engines and their performance. The study of the performance of these engines helps to address issues related to power generation, emissions and environmental impact, fuel economy and fuel composition effects on engine operation and mechanical limitations of obtaining ideal performance.
This lab enables students to be familiar with the concepts of measurement. Students are trained to handle different measurement instruments like profilometer, strain gauges etc. The importance of dimensions in the industry and a close study of accuracy during manufacturing and machining various mechanical components.