The department has well contended labs, excellent infrastructure and dedicated team of faculty members to impart practical knowledge to the students in better way. It as simulates all the facilities and equipment’s that inculcate modern trends and application of Mechanical Engineering to the students. The laboratories of Mechanical Engineering are established covering various areas of energy, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, heat transfer, dynamics, combustion, vibration, design, manufacturing processes, systems modelling and simulation, mechatronics, robotics, mechanics of material, rapid prototyping and composites.
The fresher’s who are coming for professional education must be aware of all type of engineering works with proper standard procedure.
This Laboratory is used to provide exposure to the first year students with hands on experience on various basic engineering practices in Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
This lab is equipped with the basic machines which are used in the core Industries
Working on the these machines, students will be able to perform various machining operations like producing cylindrical surfaces and flat surfaces as per the given shape and size of the component
Students will be able to practice welding for joining two metals and fabricate simple structural shape
Also, students will learn to use sheet metal tools and different moulding tools to make simple tray & funnel and prepare sand moulds respectively
This lab is equipped with software like SOLIDWORKS, AutoCAD, Autodesk Inventor, Fusion 360, Automation studio and ANSYS. Upon working on these tools, students can understand and interpret drawings of machine components and prepare assembly drawings both manually and using standard CAD packages. Students can familiarize with Indian Standards on drawing practices, standard components and gain practical experience in handling 2D drafting and 3D modelling software systems. The objective of the CAD/CAM laboratory is to prepare the students industry ready and to acquire employability skills with the CNC programming and cutting tool path generation through CNC simulation software by using G-Codes and M-codes. Computer Aided Engineering (Analysis & Simulation) is the use of Computer to support Mechanical engineers in tasks such as analysis, simulation, design, manufacture, planning, diagnosis, and repair.The Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing Laboratory exploits the brilliance and inspiration of students, blending them proportionately to bring out innovation and creativity.
This lab gives students relevant exposure in the use of advanced machine tools like Gear shaping machine, Gear Hobbing, Cylindrical Grinding, Surface Grinding, Centreless grinding, Tool & Cutter Grinder, Turret Lathe, Capstan Lathe, Radial Drilling Machine, Horizontal and Vertical milling machines.
Instrumentation such as Tool Makers Microscope, lathe tool dynamometer and milling tool dynamometer gives the wide knowledge to the students about measurement of forces and tool life during machining.
This lab gives hands on training with CNC Turning centre and CNC milling centre.
Strength of materials laboratory is well equipped with destructive testing machineries. This lab course is offered in the second year mechanical engineering students. Students will be able to understand the theoretical concepts of solid mechanics course and enable them to apply it practically in this laboratory. Different types of tests are conducted in this laboratory as per standards (ASTM and IS) to know the various mechanical properties of a material such as young’s modulus, shear modulus, hardness, toughness, deflection, fatigue strength etc.
The Fluid Mechanics Laboratory in the Mechanical Engineering Department is very important for Mechanical and Civil Engineering students. It has an essential and effective role enabling 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 research. This gives wide knowledge about practical aspects of Fluid Mechanics related systems working of Hydraulic principle. This laboratory also includes Hydraulic Machines like Turbines and Pumps, for hydraulic power production and utilization. Students will get through knowledge on production of hydro electricity from various kinds of turbines.
The lab is well-equipped and enables students to understand the balancing of machine parts statically and dynamically and also used to understand the dynamic behavior of moving objects. The laboratory comprises major equipments like Motorized gyroscope, Dynamic balancing machine, whirling of shaft apparatus, Universal governor, Cam analysis apparatus and Vibration Laboratory set-up. The objective of conducting the practical classes in the laboratory is to develop skills to analyze the various forces acting on a Mechanical system and to identify the unbalanced forces and its effects such as vibration and its control. Apart from conducting the laboratory classes, the lab facilities are effectively utilized for project work by the students. The laboratory is looked after by the Laboratory in charge and instructor who undertake the day to day activities of the laboratory.
The objective of this thermal engineering laboratory is making the students to understand some very important concepts and applications of thermal Engineering in the field of IC engines.
The objective of this thermal engineering laboratory is making the students to understand some very important concepts and applications of thermal Engineering in the field of Refrigeration, air conditioning, Compressors, Conductive, Convective and Radiative Heat transfer and Performance of heat exchangers and to demonstrate various principles of heat transfer like Fourier’s law of heat conduction, Natural and forced convection, Stefan Boltzmann law, Critical radius, Extended Surface with Natural and forced convection, etc.
Metrology, the science of measurement, helps manufacturers to attain the proper fit and finish for their products. It embraces both experimental and theoretical measurements and determinations at any level of uncertainty in any field of science and technology.
Metrology and Measurement Laboratory is equipped with instruments used for measurement as well as calibration.
The students learn the measurement procedure in basic measuring instruments such as thread micrometer, gear tooth vernier, lever dial gauge, GO-NO gauges and centre distance gauge other than normal micrometer and vernier calliper used in shop floor. The calibration exercise makes them to find the standard error involved in the measuring instrument using set of slip gauges.
The Mechatronics Lab provides state of the art facilities and experimental setups to learn and enjoy the field of mechatronics. Modern society depends on mechatronic-based systems for modern conveniences.
The Advanced Manufacturing Technology Laboratory provides the state of the art facilities for realizing next generation products and educating the next generation of engineers. We believe in working closely with the industry to advance the manufacturing field. The focus of the lab is on both process as well as system level manufacturing solutions. The current activities include manufacturing process and system simulation, process planning, production planning and manufacturability analysis.