Laboratories

Name of the Laboratory
Workshop
Objective :

Workshop practice imparts basic knowledge of various tools and use in different sections like fitting , tin smithy , carpentry etc. No doubt, engineers are not going to become a fitters or carpenters or skilled worker on the shop floor, but exposing to all working trades, provides them a birds eye view of the basic practical activities associated with all section of manufacturing unit. It also helps them, when they occupy managerial position, in understand the activities and practical difficulties so that they can take appropriate decisions.

Major Equipment :

  1. Bench vices (Carpentry) – 24 Nos
  2. Bench Vices (Fitting) – 30 Nos
  3. Tool sets ( Carpentry) – 24 Nos
  4. Tools sets (Fitting) – 24 Nos
  5. Tool sets ( Tin Smithy) – 24 Nos
  6. Grinding m/c
Outcomes :
  • Students will be able to understand the fundamental principles of engineering trades and usage of tools of completion of this course.
  • Students are able to increase the efficiency in inspection and checking of jobs .
  • Students are able to know about the minimum requirements of industry in manufacturing filed.
List of Experiments :

CARPENTRY:

  1. To make a Half lap joint.
  2. To make a half lap dovetail joint.
  3. To make a Corner dovetail joint.
  4. To make a Briddle joint.
  5. To make a Mortise and Tenon joint.

FITTING:

  1. To practice Filing & Hacksawing.
  2. To make a V- fit
  3. To make a Square fit.
  4. To make a Semicircular fit.
  5. To make a Dovetail fit.

TINSMITHY:

  1. To make a Rectangular tray.
  2. To make a Funnel.
  3. To make a Elbow pipe.
  4. To make a Taper side tray
Name of the Laboratory
Strength of Materials Lab
Objective :
  • To educate students about stress strain characteristics (tension and compression) of metals by using UTM and to determine compression strength of wood.
  • To demonstrate students about different hardness testing machines- Brinnels, Vickers and Rockwell’s.
  • To demonstrate students about Impact test by using Izod and Charpy methods and torsion tests on circular shafts.
  • To find stiffness and modulus of rigidity by conducting compression tests on springs.
  • To demonstrate bulking of sand and Sieve Analysis and determination of fineness number.

Major Equipment :

  1. Universal Testing Machine
  2. Torsion Testing Machine
  3. Vickers Hardness Tester
  4. Brinell - Rockwell Hardness tester
  5. Impact Tester
  6. Spring Tester
  7. Sieve Shaker
Outcomes :
  • Students will be able to find the stiffness numbers and modulus of rigidity of springs.
  • Students will be able to study the stress-strain characteristics and the usage of UTM in finding the properties.
  • Students will be able to conduct impact tests and torsion tests and find various properties of metals.
  • Students will be able to find fineness number of sand by performing sieve analysis.
List of Experiments :
  1. To calculate the Young’s modulus, Ultimate strength, Yield strength, Percentage elongation, and percentage reduction in area of Mild steel specimen by using UTM.
  2. To conduct the Hardness test on Mild steel, Brass, Aluminum specimens by using Brinell cum Rockwell Hardness tester.
  3. To conduct the Hardness test on Mild steel, Brass, Aluminum specimens by using Vickers Hardness tester.
  4. To determine the Modulus of Rigidity of given spring by conducting the Deflection test on Spring tester.
  5. To find the Impact strength of the given specimen by conducting IZOD / CHARPY test by using Impact tester.
  6. To calculate the Compressive strength of wood by using UTM.
  7. To determine the Modulus of Rigidity of the given specimen by using Torsion testing machine.
  8. To determine the Ultimate shear strength of the given metal rod by conducting the Shear test on UTM.
  9. To determine the percentage of Bulking of the given sand sample.
  10. To determine the fine – ness modulus of fine aggregate and coarse aggregate.
  11. To conduct the Deflection test on simply supported beam and to determine the Modulus of Elasticity of beam material by using UTM.
  12. To conduct the Deflection test on Cantilever beam and to determine the Modulus of Elasticity of beam material by using UTM.
Name of the Laboratory
Mechanical Engineering Lab I & II
Objective :

To demonstrate and perform basic principles like flash point & fire point of various fuels, study the effect of temperature on viscosity of various lubricating oils using Redwood Viscometer-1 &2, calibration of pressure gauge, study of valve timing and port timing diagrams of petrol and diesel engines, determination of calorific values of gaseous fuels using Junkers calorimeter, determination of volumetric efficiency of single stage air compressor using tank capacity method and plate orifice method, to determine mass moment of inertia of connecting rod and study of various boiler models , their mountings & accessories.

To demonstrate and perform basic principles like carrying out load test on horizontal and vertical diesel engines, to prepare a heat balance sheet for a twin cylinder diesel engine, to determine friction power in four cylinder petrol engine by conducting Morse test, to determine volumetric , isothermal and adiabatic efficiencies of two stage reciprocating air compressor, to draw the displacement and velocity diagrams for slider crank and four bar mechanisms, to find the gyroscopic effect of a rotating disc.

Major Equipment :
  1. VCR Test Rig (PC Operated)
  2. Four Stroke constant speed Diesel. Engine (Horizontal)
  3. Four Stroke constant speed Diesel Engine 3.Four Stroke constant speed Diesel Engine dual cylinder
  4. Four Stroke multi cylinder Petrol Engine
  5. Single Stage air compressor
  6. Two stage air compressor
  7. Bomb calorimeter
  8. Junkers gas calorimeter
  9. Pressure gauge tester
  10. Redwood Viscometer – I
  11. Reed wood Viscometer – II
  12. Cleveland Flash & Fire point Apparatus
  13. Pensky Flash point apparatus
  14. Automobile models
  15. four bar Mechanism
  16. Gyroscope
  17. Balancing equipment
  18. Wind Tunnel
  19. Slider crank mechanism
Outcomes :

Students will able to understand the importance of finding flash and fire point of various liquid fuels, necessary to know the viscosity of various lubricating oils, need of calibitarion of various measuring equipments, understand when the valves and ports of 4-stroke and 2-stroke engines open & close, the need to determine mass moment of inertia of connecting rod, importance and application of reciprocating air compressor

Students will able to understand the importance of determining various powers and efficiencies of IC engines, what are the various sources of heat loss and % heat loss in a IC engine, how to find friction power in multi cylinder engines by Morse test, importance of drawing displacement and velocity profiles for slider crank and 4-bar mechanisms, the gyroscopic effects on rotating parts.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB – I

List of Experiments :
  1. Determination of Higher calorific value of gaseous fuel using Junker’s gas Calorimeter.
  2. Determination of Higher calorific value of Liquid fuel using Bomb Calorimeter.
  3. Study of variation of viscosity with temperature of lubricating oil using Redwood Viscometer – I.
  4. Study of variation of viscosity with temperature of lubricating oil using Redwood Viscometer – II.
  5. Calibration of pressure gauge using Ravika’s Pressure gauge tester.
  6. Determination of Flash and Fire point temperatures of fuel using Cleveland’s apparatus.
  7. Determination of Flash point temperature of fuel using Pensky Marten’s apparatus.
  8. Volumetric efficiency of Single stage Air compressor.
  9. To determine Moment of inertia and dynamically equivalent two mass system of Engine Connecting rod.
  10. To determine Modulus of rigidity of Mild steel wire using Torsion pendulum.
  11. Study of Four – stroke Petrol engine and draw its Valve timing diagram.
  12. Study of Four – stroke Diesel engine and draw its Valve timing diagram.
  13. Study of Two – stroke Petrol engine and draw its Port timing diagram.
  14. Study of Boilers, Mountings, Accessories.

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB – II

List of Experiments :
  1. Performance of Two Stage Air Compressor.
  2. Load test on Vertical cylinder, four stroke, and Constant speed Diesel engine to study its performance.
  3. Heat balance sheet of Duel cylinder, Four stroke Diesel engine.
  4. Load test on Horizontal cylinder, four stroke, Constant speed Diesel engine to study its performance.
  5. Study of Slider Crank mechanism and to determine the velocity & acceleration of slider using graphical differentiation and Analytical methods.
  6. Determination of angular velocity of driven link of Four bar mechanism using Graphical differentiation method.
  7. Morse test on Four cylinder, Four stroke Petrol engine.
  8. Determination of Air fuel ratio and volumetric efficiency of Vertical cylinder, Four stroke, constant speed Diesel engine.
  9. To find the Gyroscopic effect of a rotating disc.
  10. To balance a rotating mass system both statically and dynamically and to verify analytical relations.
  11. To plot the pressure distribution around a cylinder using Wind tunnel
Name of the Laboratory
Manufacturing Technology Lab I & II
Objective :

To demonstrate basic knowledge of manufacturing technology by understanding mechanics of metal cutting which includes chip formation and types of chips, tool materials ,geometry and signatures , tool wear and life, cutting forces and power, measurement of forces and temperatures, metal cutting economics, cutting fluids,Engine lathes operations and mechanisms and types of lathe machines and also their applications, boring machine and operations, shaper, planner and slotter, types, operations and mechanisms, drill geometry and cutting actions, principle operations of grinding machines and abrasive belt machining , non conventional machining like ECM AJM, LBM,EBM,WJM etc

Outcomes
  • To demonstrate dissembling and assembling of machine tool lathe, IC Engine and pump and Gear box.
  • To demonstrate students to draw different performance curves on lathe machine.
  • To demonstrate torque measurement, cutting tool temperature measurement on drilling/milling machine and in turning.
  • To demonstrate tests like moisture and clay content test, green compression and shear test, hardness testing and shatter index test.

Major Equipment :

  1. All geared student Lathes –5 No’s
  2. Machine Lathes - 2 No’s
  3. Universal Milling m/c
  4. Shaping m/c
  5. Surface grinding m/c
  6. Capstan lathe
  7. Power hacksaw
  8. Arc Welding equipment
  9. Foundry equipment
  10. Tool and Cutter grinding machine
  11. Tool Makers Microscope
  12. Surface Roughness Tester
  13. Lathe Machine Cutting tool Dynamo-meter
  14. Milling Machine Cutting tool Dynamo-meter
  15. Drilling Machine Cutting tool Dynamo-meter
  16. Infrared Thermometer
Outcomes :
  • Students will be able to understand the principles of metal cutting, various types of machine tools like lathe, drilling , milling etc.
  • Students will be able to perform various tests on machines and identify key properties.
  • Students will be able to perform tests like moisture and clay content test, green compression and shear test, hardness testing and shatter index test.
  • Students will be able to know the difference between theoretical concepts and practical concepts

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY LAB – I

List of Experiments :
  1. Step Turning on Lathe.
  2. Taper Turning & Knurling on Lathe
  3. Thread cutting & forming on Lathe
  4. Eccentric Turning on Lathe
  5. Shaping a round bar into hexagonal block on Shaper.
  6. Step turning & knurling a round bar on a Capstan Lathe.
  7. Surface grinding on Grinding Machine.
  8. V – Butt weld joint
  9. Corner weld joint
  10. Double Lap weld joint.
  11. Sand mould for a Solid flange.
  12. Sand mould for a Stepped cone pulley
  13. Sand mould for a Hallow pipe.

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY LAB – II

List of Experiments :
  1. Grinding of a single point cutting tool.
  2. Study of Chip formation during metal cutting.
  3. Measurement of cutting forces on Lathe.
  4. Measurement of Torque & Thrust on Drilling Machine.
  5. Measurement of cutting forces on Milling Machine.
  6. Moulding sand Moisture content test.
  7. Moulding sand Clay content test.
  8. Moulding sand Green compression & Shear test.
  9. Determination of Moulding sand grain fineness number.
  10. Surface roughness test.
  11. Measurement of Shear angle on Lathe.
  12. Measurement of Shear angle on Shaper.
  13. Temperature measurement during metal cutting
Name of the Laboratory
Metrology & Mechatronics Lab
Objective :
  • To demonstrate the fundamentals of Metrology and Measurement Engineering concepts, different tools used for minute measurements, and calibrate various kinds of measuring instruments.
  • To demonstrate the involvement of sensors and electronic devices in the mechanical oriented industries by introducing PLC, and Mechatronics equipment.
  • To demonstrate the use of logic circuits in controlling various mechanical devices including material handling equipment, lift control systems, pneumatic controller systems etc.
  • To demonstrate the techniques and processes followed for calibrating measuring instruments like Micrometer, Mechanical Comparator, and Vernier Caliper etc. and educate students about the metrology equipment.
  • To train the students on the fundamentals of logic circuit design, to write ladder logic programs and execute them to control various mechanical devices.
Major Equipment :

METROLOGY :

  1. Vernier calipers – 6 No’s
  2. Micrometer – 2 No’s
  3. Dial gauge – 5 No’s
  4. Universal Bevel protractor
  5. Sine bar – 2 No’s
  6. Autocollimator
  7. Monochromatic checklite
  8. Vernier Height gauge – 2 No’s
  9. Mechanical comparator
  10. Gear tooth Caliper – 2 No’s
  11. Combination set
  12. Surface plates – 8 No’s
  13. Slip Gauge sets – 4 No’s
  14. Snap Gauge

MECHATRONICS:

  1. PLC Traîner Kit
  2. Application Units
  3. Sensor Traîner kit
  4. Pneumatic Traîner kit
  5. Conveyor system
  6. Training on Automation (SCADA)
  7. Air Compressor
Outcomes :
  • Students will be able to understand the various logics involved in controlling mechanical industry equipment.
  • The student will be able to operate measurement instruments on their own and test different components for their dimensional accuracy.
  • A project involving writing ladder logic for controlling a mechanical device, executing the program is required from each student and graded by the instructor, so that the student will be able to understand the Mechatronics concept, practically and from the application point of view.
List of Experiments :
  1. Calibration of Vernier calipers.
  2. Calibration of Micrometer.
  3. Calibration of Dial gauge.
  4. Measurement of angles by using Universal Bevel protractor.
  5. Determination of taper angle by using Sine bar.
  6. Measurement of angle of V – groove.
  7. Straightness of surface plate by using Autocollimator.
  8. Study of flatness of Slip gauges by using Monochromatic checklite.
  9. Center distance between two holes by using Vernier Height gauge.
  10. Gear Metrology.
  11. Roundness and concentricity of Spigot.
  12. Calibration of Mechanical comparator.
  13. Straightness of surface plate by using Spirit level.
  14. To establish thread details and cutting tool angles using a Tool Maker’s Microscope.

MECHATRONICS:

  1. To study and understand the PLC (Programmable Logic Controller) and it’s various modules.
  2. To stimulate and verify the operation of Sensor and Transducer Kit using PLC.
  3. To write a ladder program logic on PLC and control traffic signals for a one way road.
  4. To write a ladder program logic on PLC and control a material handling system (Conveyor).
Name of the Laboratory
Industrial Engineering Lab
Objective :
  • To study normal distribution, rectangle distribution. To draw the control chart for fraction defective for a given lot of marble balls.
  • To determine the cycle time using PMTS.
  • To draw two handed process charts.
  • To study the changes in heart rate for different subjects using Tread mill.
  • To draw Multiple Activity chart using an electric toaster.
  • To determine the percentage utilization using work sampling.
  • To study the process capability of a given process.
  • To measure the Heart rate during working and recovery periods of the subjects under different loads, using Bicycle ergometer.
  • To draw flow process charts on activities in Workshop/ Laboratory/Office.
  • To determine the time required to perform motion sequence using work factor system.
  • To draw SIMO charts. To conduct time study of the bulb holder assembly operation of the existing
  • Major Equipment :
    1. Bicycle ergo meter
    2. Treadmill.
    3. Electric toasters
    Outcomes :

    Student will be familiar with various work study techniques such as method study and time study used in the industry. To become familiar with quality control charts and to do projects based on quality control charts such as P, C, X, R charts. To be able calculate performance rating of a person by calculating the allowances. To calculate standard time of jobs by calculating the observed time.

    List of Experiments :
    1. To show that sample means from normal universe follow a normal distribution.
    2. To show that sample means non - normal universe (rectangular distribution) follow a normal distribution.
    3. To draw p – chart for fraction defectives for a given lot of plastic balls.
    4. To plot operating characteristic curve (o.c) for a single sample plan of a given lot of plastic balls.
    5. To conduct physiological tests on Bicycle ergometer.
    6. To conduct physiological tests on Treadmill.
    7. To draw multiple activity chart using electric toasters.
    8. Time study using pin board apparatus.
    9. To conduct stop watch time study for the assembly of electric plug.
    10. To draw X and R charts and to determine the Process capability.
    11. To conduct a method study on assembly of bolt, washer and nut and to draw two handed process chart for given layouts.
    12. To draw c chart for number of defects.
Name of the Laboratory
Fluid Mechanics & Machinery Lab
Objective :

In the laboratory Fluid Mechanics and Machinery, the students will achieve the practical knowledge by conducting the experiments

Major Equipment :

  1. Pelton Wheel Trubine
  2. Francis Turbine
  3. Friction factor apparatus
  4. Centrifugal pump
  5. Reciprocating pump
  6. Bernoulli’s Apparatus
  7. Ventuimeter and Orifice meter
  8. Notches and Weir
  9. Orifice and Mouth piece apparatus
  10. Impact of Jet apparatus
  11. Rotameter
  12. Reynold’s apparatus
  13. Pitot tube apparatus
  14. Packed bed apparatus
  15. Fluidized bed apparatus
Outcomes :

After conducting the experiments the students will understand relation between the theoretical and practical concepts. The students will gain the knowledge regarding performance of the hydraulic systems by drawing the characteristic curves. They will be able to identify a turbine or a pump by its working principles and classifications of hydraulic machines and can identify the frictional losses in flow through pipes. They can identify the difference between flow meters Venturimeter and orificemeter and also between pumps and turbines.

List of Experiments :
  1. Verification of Bernoulli’s theorem.
  2. Determination of coefficient of discharge of a Venturimeter.
  3. Determination of coefficient of discharge of an Orifice meter.
  4. Determination of coefficient of discharge of a V - notch.
  5. Determination of coefficient of discharge of a Rectangular – notch.
  6. Determination of coefficient of discharge of an Orifice.
  7. Determination of coefficient of discharge of a Mouthpiece.
  8. To draw the characteristic curves of a Centrifugal pump.
  9. To draw the characteristic curves of Reciprocating pump
  10. To draw the characteristic curves of Pelton wheel turbine by constant head method and constant speed method.
  11. To draw the characteristic curves of Francis turbine by constant head method and constant speed method.
  12. Determination of coefficient of Impact of water on a circular plat plate.
  13. Determination of Friction factor for flow through pipes
  14. Determination of Friction Factor for flow through pipes with elbows, bends, sudden expansion and contraction.
Name of the Laboratory
Heat and Mass Transfer Lab
Objective :

To demonstrate and perform basic principles finding thermal conductivity of various materials like asbestos, glass wool, brass under different mediums, to determine overall heat transfer coefficient of composite slabs, to determine effectiveness and efficiency of aluminum fin, to determine heat transfer coefficients in free and forced convection, to determine emmisivity of grey body, to study the variation of temperature in cooling and heating environment with time.

Major Equipment :
  1. Heat transfer through composite walls apparatus.
  2. Forced convection apparatus with Horizontal test section.
  3. Free convection apparatus with vertical test section.
  4. Heat transfer from Pin Fin apparatus.
  5. Emissivity measurement apparatus.
  6. Stefan Boltzman apparatus.
  7. Thermal conductivity of insulating powder apparatus.
  8. Heat transfer through lagged pipe apparatus.
  9. Drop wise and Film wise condensation apparatus.
  10. Thermal conductivity of metal rod apparatus.
  11. Unsteady state heat transfer apparatus.
  12. Vapour compression Refrigeration test rig.
Outcomes :

Students will able to understand the ranges of thermal conductivities for various materials like asbestos, glass wool, brass etc. The students will be able to analyse the heat transfer rates through various crossections and mediums in conduction, convection and radiation modes. Understand how temperature of a given body varies with time in different environments. The students will be able to prepare small demo models to study the heat transfer rates.

List of Experiments :
  1. To determine the thermal conductivity of insulating powder at various heat inputs.
  2. To plot the radial temperature distribution in the composite cylinder and to determine the thermal conductivity of the pipe insulation
  3. To determine the overall heat transfer co-efficient for the composite wall and to compare the same with the calculated value from the equations
  4. To determine the thermal conductivity of given metal rod.
  5. To find the temperature of the given specimen at different time intervals.
  6. To find out heat transfer coefficient and heat transfer rate from vertical cylinder in natural convection.
  7. To determine the convective heat transfer coefficient and the rate of heat transfer by forced convection for flow of air inside a horizontal pipe
  8. To determine the value of heat transfer co-efficient under forced condition and to find Theoretical values of temperatures along the length of fin
  9. To determine the value of Stefan Boltzman constant for radiation heat transfer
  10. To determine the Emissivity of gray surface
  11. To find the condensation coefficient in Drop wise and Film wise condensation.
Name of the Laboratory
CAD / CAM Lab
Objective :

CAD/CAM Lab experiments Consists of Drafting , Modeling, Assembly and Analysis of Machine elements. 3D modeling package solid works is used for modeling experiments and Analysis experiments are carried out using ANSYS. CAM lab consists of CNC lathe and 6-Axis Robo. CNC programming for various operations on CNC lathe can be studied. 6-Axis Robo is used for material handling .

Major Equipment :

CAD LAB:

  1. Computers systems : 35
  2.  IBM Server : 01
  3.  LAN : Wireless LAN Connection
  4.  UPS  : 10KVA

Software’s

  1. Auto CAD : 5 User
  2. ANSYS : 10 User
  3. Solidworks : 25 User

CAM LAB:

Major Equipment
  1. CNC lathe
  2. 3D Printer
  3. 6 Axis Robot
  4. 8 bar Air compressor
Outcomes :

Experiments in the CAD/CAM lab will give better knowledge in 3D modeling and analysis problems. Online examinations are conducted for identifying the performance of the students. Students can do the real time industrial projects in the lab using the available softwares. CAD/CAM knowledge is essential for getting good opportunities after completing the course.

List of Experiments :

CAD EXPERIMENTS

I. DRAWING EXPERIMENTS USING AUTO CAD

1) Knuckle Joint

2) Cotter joint with sleeve

II. 3D MODELLING EXPERIMENTS USING SOLID WORKS

1) Oldham coupling

2) Screw jack

3) Universal coupling

III. ANALYSIS EXPERIMENTS

1) Static analysis of beam using ANSYS

2) Static analysis of truss using ANSYS

3) Static analysis of plate using SOLID WORKS

IV. CAM EXPERIMENTS

1) Manual part programming & Machining using Auto CAD

for CNC Turning

2) Manual part programming using Auto CAD for CNC

Milling

3) Robot programming through computer

Name of the Laboratory
INSTRUMENTATION AND EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSIS LAB

OBJECTIVES:

  • To demonstrate students, how to measure strain, Vibration parameters, Damped and Undamped frequencies, Velocity of gases by using various instruments
  • And to demonstrate, how the Rotameter and Thermocouples are calibrated
  • To perform Stress analysis experimentally by using Photo elasticity

MAJOR EQUIPMENT

  1. Digital Strain Measuring System
  2. Rotameter Calibration Test Rig
  3. Thermocouples(J,K,T)
  4. Hot-Wire Anemometer
  5. Universal Vibration System
  6. Piezo Electric Pickup (Vibrometer Set up)
  7. Photo Elastic Bench (12’’ Diffused Light Research Polariscope)

OUTCOMES:

  • Students will be able to measure the Rate of Flow, Strain, Vibration Parameters, Velocity of Air, Damped and Undamped Frequencies.
  • And students will be able to understand, Experimental methods may be used in cases where mathematical approaches are cumbersome.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

  1. Measurement of strain by Digital strain measuring system on Cantilever beam
  2. Calibration of Rotameter
  3. Calibration of Thermocouples for Temperature Measurement
  4. Experiment with constant voltage/Current Hot-Wire Anemometer
  5. Experimental determination of Undamped and Damped frequencies of spring mass system
  6. Measurement of Vibration parameters by using Vibrometer setup
  7. Study of Photo elastic bench (Plain Polariscope and Circular Polariscope)
  8. Photo elastic analysis of disc under diametric compression
  9. Photo elastic analysis of ring under diametric compression