Computer Aided Drafting of Buildings (CAD) Lab
Introduces AutoCAD software as a design and drafting tool for architecture and interior design. AutoCAD design software is widely used in the Architectural Design and Drafting professions. Create, annotate, edit and plot drawings using basic AutoCAD commands and features. Computer Aided Design-CAD is defined the use of information technology (IT) in the Design process. A CAD system consists of IT hardware (H/W), specialized software (S/W) (depending on the particular area of application) and peripherals, which in certain applications are quite specialised. The CAD Lab engages the imagination of the scientist/engineer to explore a variety of aspects of technological design from assembly of a complicated mechanism to the simulation of a heart pumping. The Lab has top of the line current releases of commercial software for the Design Industry; primarily engineering and architecture. The predominant software used is the Autodesk suite.
Geographical Information Systems (GIS) Lab
- Perform basic surface and hydrology analyses of high resolution digital terrain model
(DTM), including: Fill, Flow Direction, Flow Accumulation, Stream Link, Slope and
Hillshade, among other complementary tools
- Predict the locations of unstable conditions as a function of slope and upslope contributing area (simplification of SHALSTAB shallow slope stability model criterion).
- Considermonthly precipitation climatology to apply gain a better idea of timing of these slope failures
- Add additional layers tovisually compare locations of active landslides with buildings, roads, etc.
|S.No.||NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT|
|3||FLEX &SATELLITE IMAGES|
Concrete & Highway Materials Lab
This lab familiarizes the students with the fundamentals and basic concepts. Generally concrete is a composite construction material used for construction of various types of structures. Properties of concrete to understand its suitability for particular job. In this context the concrete laboratory is fully equipped with all the test setups for cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate.
Highway materials comprise of Soil (Subgrade & embarkment), aggregate (Course & fire), binders, bitumen, & Cement, to design the pavement desirable properties at aggregate like durability, shape, adhesion of bitumen are required.
|S NO||NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT|
|1||Crushing Value Apparatus|
|2||Aggregate Impact Apparatus|
|3||Specific gravity bottle|
|6||Ductility Testing Machine|
|7||Ring and Ball Apparatus|
|8||Flash Point (Open) and Fire Point Apparatus|
|9||Vicat Apparatus with aluminium box|
|10||Air permeability apparatus with aluminium box|
|14||Compaction Factor Appataus|
|15||Slump Test Apparatus|
|18||Cylindrical Metal Measures|
|19||Mould cast iron for 150mm cube|
|21||Gauging Trowel 100 to 150mm long|
|22||Gauging Trowel 200mm long|
|28||Lab Concrete mixer|
|33||Bitumen penetration kit|
|34||Aimil Concrete test hammer|
|35||Sieve G.I.Frame 45cm dia*63mm|
|36||Sieve G.I.Frame 45cm dia*50mm|
|37||Sieve G.I.Frame 45cm dia*40mm|
|38||Sieve G.I.Frame 45cm dia *31.5mm|
|39||Sieve G.I.Frame 45cm dia *25mm|
|40||Sieve G.I.Frame 45cm dia*20mm|
|41||Sieve G.I.Frame 45cm dia*16mm|
|42||Sieve G.I.Frame 45cm dia*12.5mm|
|43||Sieve G.I.Frame 45cm dia*10mm|
|44||Sieve G.I.Frame 45cm dia*6.3mm|
|45||Sieve G.I.Frame 45cm dia*2.36mm|
|46||Pan & Cover|
|47||Immersion type needle vibrator|
|48||Los Angeles Abrasion testing machine|
|49||Compression Testing Machine|
|50||Digital Hot air oven|
|54||Marshal Stability test Apparatus|
|55||Devals Attrition test apparatus|
|56||Flexure Testing machine|
|57||Set of Sieves for fine aggregate|
|58||Cylindrical Jar for bulking and compactness|
|59||Flow table motorized|
|63||Cylindrical Moulds 150x300mm|
|65||Concrete beam moulds 100x100x150cm|
Engineering Geology Lab
This lab familiarizes the students will introduce some basic geologic principles, starting off with basic identification of geologic materials, map use and deformation of rock analogs. Then they will head outdoors to explore geologic and geophysical mapping techniques; and illustrate environmental, geologic and engineering topics through visits to local field sites.Also learn to describe rocks and rock masses in a quantitative manner to be supplemented by normal geological descriptions. Empowering them to understand the state of stress of an element of rock to devise a testing program for the characterization of rock materials and rock masses. Using methodologies they will be capable of carrying out suitable stability analyses for surface and underground structures such as tunneling, mining operations and large dams.
|7||Rock thin sections|
|8||Structural Geology models of folds and faults|
|9||Models for engineering and Mining Geology|
Environmental Engineering Lab
The Environmental Engineering Lab is one of the laboratories in civil Engineering department. The primary objective of this lab is to determine the parameters in the water sample. The parameters are PH and Turbidity, Conductivity and total dissolved solids (organic and Inorganic) Alkalinity/Acidity, Chlorides, iron, Dissolve Oxygen, Nitrates, Optimum dose of coagulant and total Phosphorous. The well-established equipment’s are used to find the parameters in the water sample.
S.No. Equipment Name 1 Ph 2 CONDUCTIVITY 3 TDS 4 D O 5 TURBIDITY 6 COD ANALYSER 7 HEATER BLOCK 8 REAGENTS 9 VISIBLE SPECTRO PHOTO METER 10 BOD ANALYSER 11 BOD INCUBATOR 12 MUFFLE FURNACE 13 WEIGH BALANCE 14 JAR TEST 15 BEAKERS -1000ml 16 BEAKERS -500ml 17 BEAKERS -250ml 18 BEAKERS -100ml 19 CONICAL FLASK-250ml 20 CONICAL FLASK-1000ml 21 CONICAL FLASK-100ml 22 BURETTE WITH STOP COCK 25ml 23 RETORT STAND 24 FISHER CLAMP SINGLE 25 TISSUE PAPER -200Gms 26 REAGENT BOTTLES -125ml 27 REAGENT BOTTLES -250ml 28 REAGENT BOTTLES -500ml 29 DROPPING BOTTLE -125ml 30 Glass/Stirring rod 8” 31 PIPETTES-1ml 32 PIPETTES -5ml 33 PIPETTES -10ml 34 PIPETTES -2ml 35 MEASURING CYLINDERS-50ml 36 MEASURING CYLINDERS-100ml 37 MEASURING CYLINDERS-250ml 38 MEASURING CYLINDERS-500ml 39 SPATULA 6” 40 PIPETTE PUMP 10ml 41 RUBBER BULB 42 TEST TUBE STANDS 43 PIPETTE STANDS 44 TEST TUBE
Geotechnical Engineering/Soil Mechanics Lab
The Geotechnical Engineering Lab is one of the laboratories in civil Engineering department. The Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory is equipped with several state-of-the-art instruments that are used to determine the mechanical properties of soils. Equipment is also used to evaluate the engineering characterization of soils and test for the strength and compressibility of foundations, embankments, and earth retaining structures. Index Property and Soil Classification: Includes sieves and sieve shakers, Atterberg limit equipment, specific gravity equipment, expansion index devices, hydrometers, and relative density. Triaxial Test Apparatus: Applies sophisticated boundary conditions to represent accurate stress histories, confining conditions, pore water pressures, and loading conditions for geotechnical construction projects. The well established equipments are used to find the properties and strength of the soil.
|S.No.||NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT|
|6||CASAGRANDE'S LIQUID LIMIT APPARATUS|
|7||PLASTIC LIMIT APPARATUS|
|10||SAND POURING CYLINDER|
|12||LABORATARY PERMEABILITY APPARATUS|
|13||COMPACTION TEST APPARATUS(2.5kg)|
|14||COMPACTION TEST APPARATUS(4.65kg)|
|15||ONE DIMENSIONAL CONSOLIDATION TEST APPARATUS|
|16||BOX SHEAR TEST|
|17||VANE SHEAR APPARATUS|
|18||UNCONFINED COMPRESSION TESTER|
|20||CALIFORNIA BEARING RATIO TEST APPARATUS|
|21||PERMEABILITY APPARATUS FOR VARIABLE HEAD TEST|
|23||TRI-AXIAL TEST APPARATUS|
|24||UNIVERSAL SAMPLE EXTRACTOR|
|25||GRAIN SIZE ANALYSIS|
|26||CBR 2 MOULDS|
|27||MEASURING CYLINDER, GRADUVATED GLASS CYLINDER 100ml CAPACITY|
|28||GLASS ROD FOR STIRRING 17''|
|31||MEASURING CYLINDER 50ml|
This lab familiarizes the students with the fundamentals and basic concepts of surveying. Surveying is the technique, profession, and science of determining the terrestrial or three-dimensional position of points and the distances and angles between them and to find out areas.
In this lab students work with elements of mathematics (geometry and trigonometry). They use equipment like total stations, Chains, Dumpy Level Theodolite etc.
Surveying has been an element in the development of the human environment since the beginning of recorded history. The planning and execution of most forms of construction require it. It is also used in transport, communications, mapping, and the definition of legal boundaries for land ownership.
S.No. Name of the Equipment 1 BOX SEXTANTS 2 RANGING RODS 3 RANGING RODS 4 OPTICAL SQUARES 5 CHAIN (30mts&20mts) 6 CHAIN (30mts&20mts) 7 METRIC CHAIN (30mts) 8 CROSS STAFF 9 PRISMATIC COMPASS with stands 10 PRISMATIC COMPASS with stand 11 LEVELLING STAFFS 12 CUBE MOULDS 13 PLANE TABLE SETS 14 AUTO LEVEL 15 TAPES (30mts) 16 TAPES (20mts) 17 TAPES (50mts) 18 ARROWS 19 DUMPY LEVEL with stands 20 PLANIMETERS 21 VERNIER THEODOLITE WITH STAND 22 TOTAL STATION (South precision) 23 DIGITAL THEODOLITE 24 VERNIER THEODOLITE WITH STAND 25 TAPE (30mts) 26 GPS (Etrex-20) 27 TOTAL STATION (Sokia)
The objective of this subject is to provide the basic knowledge of various turbines and study their performance under various conditions of load. Various apparatus like orificemeter , venturimeter etc. will be studied to check their performance.
|S NO||NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT|
|1||Single stage centrifugal pump|
|2||Orifice & Mouth Piece Tank Apparatus|
|4||Sudden Closer Valve Set up|
|5||Weir Set up|