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Engineering Workshops

 

Engineering Workshop is basic practical of manufacturing & production. In this lab students learn about Metal working process, Metal casting process & Metal Joining process. We have basic casting equipment set, by which our student can easily understand concept of casting, as well as we have Arc & Gas welding instruments, by which student can observe basic Arc and Gas welding principles.

Staff In Charge:

Mr. Viswambharan P N

Supporting Staff:

Mr. Revi L

 

Production Engineering Laboratory

 

Production Engineering is primarily a course which stresses more on practice and experience rather than theory. In order to become a successful engineer one must be thorough not only with the theoretical , but also the practical aspects of the subject. In order to serve the basic purpose of education ,it becomes essential to bridge the gap between theory and practice . Our department laboratory intends to fulfil this criterion . It gives the right kind of field experience with the unique combination of conventional and modern machines it possesses .The student consequently, familiarizes himself with the ambiance of a typical factory layout . This shall help him immensely in his future endeavors to serve any manufacturing organization.

MACHINES:

 

  • Lathe : 15nos
  • Shaping Machine : 2nos
  • Milling Machine : 2nos
  • Grinding Machine : 3nos
  • Slotting Machine : 2nos
  • Power Hacksaw : 1nos

 

 

Staff In Charge:

Mr. Viswambharan P N

Supporting Staff:

Mr. Firoz Saraju

 

Fluid Mechanics and Machinery Laboratory

The department is well equipped with Fluid mechanics and machinery laboratory, which helps the students to have basic ideas about the subject fluid mechanics and fluid machinery. The purpose of this laboratory is to reinforce and enhance the understanding of the students regarding the fundamentals of Fluid mechanics and Hydraulic machines.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

 

  • Bernoulli’s theorem apparatus
  • Apparatus for calibration of notches
  • Apparatus for calibration of venturimeter
  • Apparatus for determining major and minor losses(pipe friction)
  • Apparatus for determining hydraulic coefficients of orifice
  • Reciprocating pump rig
  • Self Priming pump test rig
  • Centrifugal Pump test rig (rating)
  • Centrifugal Pump test rig (variable)
  • Hydraulic Ram test rig
  • Gear Pump test rig
  • Pelton Wheel turbine test rig
  • Francis turbine test
  • Francis turbine test
  • Models of sections of pumps
  • Models of pipe and valves fittings

 

 

Staff In Charge:

Mr. Sudeesh S

Supporting Staff:

Mr. Revi K

Thermal Engineering Laboratory

The field of thermal engineering includes a lot of applications that can be classified as the combination of thermodynamics and heat transfer, such as IC engines, air conditioning and refrigeration systems.The objective of this laboratory is to provide the student a good environment to understand some very important concepts and applications in the field of IC engines and refrigeration. These concepts are necessary to understand how the typical thermal devices work.

LIST OF EXPERIMENTS:

 

  • Load test on single cylinder kirloskar diesel engine
  • Load test on single cylinder kissan diesel engine-Mechanical loading
  • Constant speed test on single cylinder kirloskar diesel engine
  • Load test on twin cylinder kirloskar diesel engine-Hydraulic loading
  • Volumetric efficiency test on single cylinder kirloskar engine
  • Morse test on ambassador engine
  • Heat balance test on single cylinder kirloskar diesel engine
  • Retardation test on single cylinder diesel engine
  • Performance test on reciprocating air compressor
  • Performance test centrifugal air blower
  • Performance test on vapor compression refrigeration unit

 

 

Staff In Charge:

Mr. Sandeep Soman

Mr. Ajith U K Nair

Supporting Staff:

Mr. Firoz Saraju

Heat and Mass Transfer Laboratory

Heat and mass transfer lab equipped with number of machinery’s used to study the nature of heat and mass transfer in different modes like conduction, convection and radiation. The experiments conducted in heat and mass transfer laboratory helps the students to know the heat energy transfer from one location to another and what are the losses occurred during the heat transfer.

EXPERIMENTS:

 

  • lagged pipe apparatus
  • composite wall apparatus
  • emissivity measurement apparatus
  • pin-fin apparatus
  • natural convection apparatus
  • shell and tube heat exchanger
  • Stefan-Boltzmann apparatus

 

Staff In Charge:

Mr. Sandeep Soman

Mr. Ajith U K Nair

Supporting Staff:

Mr. Firoz Saraju

 

CAD/CAM Lab

 

Mechanical engineering staffs and techniciansare available to assist in the Computer Aided Design (CAD) package that has basically three components: a) Design, b) Analysis, and c) Visualization.The users are encouraged to learn, practice and apply the knowledge gained into their research areas.

 

 

The following are the main objectives of CAD/CAM Lab:

  • To present an overview of CAD/CAM and describe its applications in different fields.
  • To describe common terms associated with CAD/CAM hardware and software.
  • To outline the basic principles associated with CAD and to demonstrate common drafting techniques and shortcuts used by professionals.
  • To introduce the advanced capabilities of CAD/CAM and how they can be used to increase productivity.
  • To provide information about the CAD/CAM industry resources.

Softwares Used in CAD/CAM LAB:

  • SOLID EDGE
  • Auto CAD 2017
  • MATLAB 7.8
  • Turbo C++

 

Staff In Charge:

 

Metrology and Instrumentation Lab

This is the lab which is very important for the basic knowledge about the various instruments with facilities for the group of 30 students to carry out experiments independently. The lab is well equipped and enables students to understand the fundamentals of various measuring instruments.

EXPERIMENTS:

 

  • Calibration of strain guage using dead weights
  • Vibration measurement
  • Calibration of LVDT
  • Measurement of area using planimeter
  • Calibration of vernier caliper and measurement of the given component
  • Measurement of dimensions of a given specimen using
  • Slip gauge
  • Checking the squareess of try square using slip gauge
  • Measurement of taper angle using bevel protractor
  • Calibration of thermocouple
  • Calibration of Rotameter
  • Calibration of Pitot Tube
  • Calibration of pressure gauge using dead weight pressure tester

 

 

Staff In Charge:

Mr. Prabhuraj C U

Mr. Sadanandan R