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Advanced Manufacturing Process Laboratory (HI-TECH LAB)
The Advanced Manufacturing Process Laboratory provides students with the opportunity to study and practice the nature and technique of manufacturing processes using modern-day technology through sophisticated machines & instruments. Students can set up and operate machines, manufacture parts and inspect manufactured parts. The HI-TECH LAB includes instruments such as CNC milling, Robotic arm & UTM.
Mechanical Work Shop
Mechanical Engineering Workshop is a place where students acquire knowledge on the operation of various processes involved in manufacturing and production. The Workshop Practice course makes students competent in handling practical work in an engineering environment. Mechanical Engineering Workshop is also involved in different maintenance/repair works for Institute. Mechanical Engineering workshop includes the following: Machine Shop, Fitting Shop, Carpentry Shop, Welding Shop, Foundry Shop.
Advanced Strength Of Materials Laboratory
The objective of the strength of materials lab is to demonstrate the basic principles in the area of strength and mechanics of materials and structural analysis to the students through a series of experiments as properties of the materials are very important in the process of designing the durable components/machines/structures etc. Mechanical engineers are mainly concerned with mechanical properties like strength, ductility, hardness, brittleness, toughness and the fatigue strength of the materials. These properties play an important role for the structures and components that are intended to sustain the various type of loads under the given service conditions. In this laboratory, the experiments are performed to measure the properties of the materials such as impact strength, tensile strength, compressive strength, hardness etc.
Thermal Engineering Laboratory
The primary purpose of the laboratory ‘THERMAL ENGINEERING’ is to provide the students a right environment to understand some very important concepts and applications that can be classified as the combination of thermodynamics and heat transfer, such as IC engines, air conditioning and refrigeration systems. These concepts are necessary to understand how the typical thermal devices work (refrigerators, air conditioning devices, car engines or steam engines). The students are given exposure to various experimental methods of applications of thermal energies on various engines as well as to demonstrate their operational procedures, power generation, emissions and environmental impact, fuel economy and fuel composition that affects on engine operation. This laboratory also provides an insight into the working of the refrigerating systems through model study. In order that students have a fairly good understanding of the theory underlying the experiments, the entire course is designed in a way that classroom lectures precede lab work. Students are advised to pay close attention in class so that they can perform well in the lab.
Engineering Metrology Laboratory
The Precision Metrology laboratory is to provide the students with an insight into the world of measurement used in the production engineering field through use of instruments such as vernier caliper, micrometer, height gauge, bevel protractor, sine bar, slip gauge etc. Students use this laboratory to collect and analyze measurement data, evaluate measurement methodologies, and learn the capabilities and limitations of measurement technologies. The students are exposed to different methods and instruments which can be used for linear and angular measurements, geometrical parameters (like Surface Finish, Squareness, Parallelism, Roundness etc) and the use of gauges and system of limits, Fits, Tolerances etc. are often required to be dealt in detail by diploma technicians on the shop floor. The knowledge of the subject also forms the basis of mechanical measurement systems, design & drawing of mechanical components.
Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Laboratory
The Fluid Mechanics Laboratory in the Mechanical Engineering Department has an essential and effective role enabling mechanical engineering students to gain educational understanding and experimental information in the field of Fluid Mechanics. This laboratory is used for a series of experiments serving fluid mechanics courses, projects and researches.
Industrial visit for a student is a value-added learning method. Learning from textbooks, lectures and other study material does not suffice for holistic learning. Practical, hands-on learning is essential for better understanding of work processes and business functions. It bridges the gap between theoretical training and practical learning in real-life environment providing opportunity for interactive learning. Students are able to better identify their perspective areas of work in the overall organizational function and enhance the interpersonal skills and communication techniques.
Industry Connected Webinars
Webinars allow the students to connect with experienced industry individuals across the globe in different time zones and locations.This provides students to enjoy the plethora of knowledge and get familiar with the right concept of industrialism.