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First Year labs

Computer Programming Lab

About Lab

The purpose of this course is to introduce to students to the field of programming using C language. The students will be able to enhance their analyzing and problem solving skills and use the same for writing programs in C.

Lab Outcomes

  • After Completion of the course student should able to Know concepts in problem solving
  • To perform programming in C language
  • To write diversified solutions using C language

Second Year labs

Material Science Lab

About Lab

The program has as its objectives that within 3 to 5 years, our graduates will: be engaged in advanced education, research, and development in materials science and engineering, including materials discovery and/or processing, or in professional disciplines that benefit from an understanding of MSE such as business, medicine or law. Employ elements of the materials research process in their careers including the use of: critical reasoning to identify fundamental issues and establish directions for investigation creative processes to define specific plans for problem solution analytical thought to interpret results and place them within a broader context. Demonstrate ethical responsibility and an appreciation for the societal and global impact of their endeavors while maintaining their intellectual curiosity through lifelong learning.

Lab Outcomes

  • An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  • An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data
  • An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  • The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context

Machine Drawing

About Lab

Student will get methodically and well thought out presentation that covers fundamental issues common to almost all areas of machine drawing. Students have an ability to apply knowledge of Modeling, science & engineering. Student can modeled this drawing even in CAD/CAM software by applying the basic knowledge of machine drawing. Students will able to demonstrate an ability to design and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data and assembly and disassembly drawings knowledge will be provided.

Lab Outcomes

  • Analysis of complex design systems related to mechanical Engineering.
  • Analysis of complex design systems related to mechanical Engineering.
  • To motivate students to develop new innovative methods for measuring product Characteristics.
  • To enhance the ability of students to work as teams. To enhance the ability to work as practicing mechanical engineers in manufacturing Industries

Fluid Mechanics Lab

About Lab

To compare the results of analytical models introduced in lecture to the actual behavior of real fluid flows 2) to discuss and practice standard measurement techniques of fluid mechanics and their applications 3) to learn and practice writing technical reports and 4) to work on small design projects.

Lab Outcomes

  • To draw advanced plan, elevation and section of load bearing and framed structures for implementation in respective projects.

Measurement & Metrology Lab

About Lab

To provide to the students an understanding and appreciation of the science of Measurement.
To expose the students to various mechanical and electrical engineering measuring devices, and understand the different degree of accuracy obtained from different types of instruments.
Describe the evolution of quality standards and metrology

Lab Outcomes

  • Demonstrate different measurement techniques.
  • Reproduce the fundamental knowledge on metrology techniques.
  • Apply statistical process control and acceptance sampling procedures in a manufacturing environment to improve quality of processes / products.
  • Identify suitable metrological methods for measuring the components.
  • Explain the acceptance test for machines.
  • Outline the working of various optical measuring instruments

Analysis & Identification of Polymers Lab

About Lab

Understanding the composition of a polymer is important to maintain the optimum quality of different end-use. Hence, there is a necessity of identification techniques and functional group evolution of plastics. A simple, quick and inexpensive methods consist of different steps like preliminary tests, chemical identification and final conformation most probably visual inspection, drop test, cutting test, burning test, floatation test etc involves preliminary steps, Chemical identification start from elemental detection to functional group analysis and finally specified confirmatory test for each specific polymers. To synthesis an appropriate quality of polymer, it is essential to evaluate the quality of raw materials. This laboratory is equipped with all necessary facilities required for physical parameters (melting point, boiling point, density, refractive index) and chemical parameters for raw materials (phenol content in phenol, aldedhyde content in formaldehyde solution) and control the molecular weight and degree of cross linking of the resin as process control parameters to achieve desired properties in the final polymer.

Lab Outcomes

  • Types of physical and chemical tests are required for different raw material which is used for polymers.
  • Identification of different polymers by simples tests.

Third Year labs

Synthesis & Polymerization Lab

About Lab

Various types of polymers are required for different applications. Polymers properties can be varied and modified by different methods on the basis of: (a) with the use of different types of unsaturated and functional groups types monomers (b) polymerization techniques like bulk, solution, suspension and emulsion polymerization), (c) thermoplastic and thermoset polymers (d) addition and condensation type polymers, and (e) homo-polymers and copolymers. This laboratory is having the facilities for the synthesis of various polymers like PF, UF, MF, PS, PMMA and their copolymers.

Lab Outcomes

  • Knowledge about production of polymers using various polymerization techniques, and monomers
  • How to produces homo polymers, co-polymers?

Plastic Processing Lab

About Lab

For producing good quality plastic products, firstly the processor needs to understand the performance requirements for specific end-use and accordingly select material. The processing methods can be selected based on the processability and viability of selected materials
Knowledge of all processing methods like extrusion, injection moulding, flow moulding, compression moulding, rotational moulding, thermoforming, hand-layup technique etc, including their capabilities, and limitations is usually to a processor in deciding whether a given part can be fabricated by which process. Almost all processing machines can provide useful products with relative ease and certain machines have the capability of manufacturing products to very precise dimensions and performances.

Lab Outcomes

  • Able to make different plastic products by using injecting moulding, blow moulding, rotational moulding, compression moulding & many more process.
  • They have earned knowledge regarding process parameters, material properties.
  • Details knowledge regarding m/c operation & m/c instrumentation

Plastic Material Testing Lab

About Lab

With the advent of Science & technology, the concept of is an integral part of product design, manufacturing and research & development. During service conditions and the majority of end-use applications of a plastic component involve some degree of mechanical, physical, thermal and electrical loading.
Nevertheless, these properties are the least understood by most design engineers. The material selection for a variety of applications is quite often based on physical properties (density, melt flow index, filler content, and moisture content), mechanical properties (tensile strength, modulus, elongation, impact, shear flexural and compressive strength) thermal and electrical properties (are resistance, comparative tracking index, heat distortion temperature)

Lab Outcomes

  • Detail knowledge above different properties of plastic materials like melt flow behavior like MFI, thermal properties HDT, mechanical properties like tensile, impact, hardness, optical properties gloss, haze, refractive index, electrical properties like Arc Resistance, Comparative Tracking Index etc.

Fourth Year labs

Polymer Characterization Lab

About Lab

Polymer characterization is the analytic branch of polymer science. Which deals with the characterization of polymeric materials on a variety of levels. The goal of this laboratory to improve the performance of a polymer characterization techniques viz: (a) melt flow index of PE, PP, PS, etc, (b) K-value in case of PVC resin for cables, floor tiles, pipes, (c) rheological behavior of polymer solutions like viscosity, molecular weight, effect of the temperature, concentration and shear rate etc, (d) composition, kinetics, degradation behavior and different transition temperature Tg and Tm through TGA, DTG, DSC techniques.

Lab Outcomes

  • To access the knowledge about the compostion of a polymers (filler: Polymer ratio, inert ratio).
  • Softening and melting degradation mechanism of a polymer and also behavior of a polymer
  • Reheogical behavior of a polymer thermoplastics polymers in terms of viscosity, k-value of a resin etc.

Project

About Lab

The overall objective of this project lab is to improve the Ability of the student to function effectively in teams to accomplish a common goal of enhancing their technical skills and to learn and practice latest technologies by undertaking research and industrial projects.

Lab Outcomes

  • This culminates with the successful completion of a year-long project drawn from the industry or research field;applying the concepts learnt throughout the graduation. the project is periodically reviewed by the mentors and the assigned instructor.

Industrial Training Report presentation

About Lab

Better interaction between Technical institutions and industry is the need of the hour. This will have great bearing on the Engineering Curriculum, exposure of industrial atmosphere to engineering students and subsequent placement of young graduating engineers in industries across the country. With the advent of globalization and opening up of Indian economy to outside world, competitions among industries have become stiff. To solve their engineering problems they look up now to engg. Institutions. Similarly, there is an urgent need to prepare engineering students for jobs in multinational companies, by exposing them to newer technologies and engineering methodologies. These objectives can only be achieved well by bridging the gap between industry and the academic institute.

Lab Outcomes

  • After Completion of the course student should able to Know concepts in problem solving
  • To convert the industrial interactions and guest lecturers into internships and subsequently placements. To provide students with a platform to interact with the industry experts and alumni and obtain practical exposure through these interactions.
  • To write diversified solutions using C language
  • Consultancy projects.
  • Scholarships/fellowships instituted by industries at the Institute for students.
  • Practical training of students in industries.
  • Joint research programs and field studies by faculty and people from industries.
  • R&D Laboratories sponsored projects by industries at the Institute.

Seminar

About Lab

The overall aim of the seminar series is to help develop an emerging field at the intersection of multi-disciplinary understandings of culture and education. It will build on the existing body of work on education and culture, but its aim is explore and develop new perspectives in this area. A seminar may be defined as a gathering of people for the purpose of discussing a stated topic. Such gatherings are usually interactive sessions where the participants engage in discussions about the delineated topic. The sessions are usually headed or led by one or two presenters who serve to steer the discussion along the desired path.

Lab Outcomes

  • to explore new research from a range of academic disciplines which sheds light on the questions outlined above
  • to showcase cutting edge research on education and culture from outstanding academic researchers from the UK and internationally
  • to bring together seminar participants from different disciplines such as Sociology, Philosophy, Psychology, Human Geography, Media Studies as well as Education and Cultural Studies
  • to encourage and financially support the participation of PhD students
  • to actively involve practitioners and users from each venue
  • to engage a core group of policy makers
  • to use the seminars to develop links between academics and stakeholders in the arts, library, media, community and educational sectors