The Engineering Drawing and Graphics lab is a fundamental course for all engineering students, which provides hands-on experience and practical knowledge related to engineering drawing and graphics. This lab focuses on enhancing students' proficiency in the interpretation, visualization, and communication of engineering design and concepts using technical drawings.

In this lab, students are introduced to various techniques and tools used in engineering drawing and graphics, including freehand sketching, orthographic projection, isometric projection, and sectional views. They learn to use computer-aided design (CAD) software to create 2D and 3D models and produce technical drawings. Students also learn to use different types of drawing instruments, such as pencils, T-squares, triangles, compasses, and drafting machines, to produce accurate and precise engineering drawings.

The lab sessions are designed to provide students with ample practice and guidance to develop their skills and gain confidence in producing high-quality engineering drawings. The lab instructors provide individual attention and feedback to students to help them improve their skills and correct their mistakes. At the end of the lab course, students should have a good understanding of the principles of engineering drawing and graphics and be able to produce clear and accurate technical drawings to communicate their design ideas effectively.

Mechanical Engineering Workshop Practices are an essential component of the curriculum of mechanical engineering. It is a practical course where students learn and develop hands-on skills and knowledge related to mechanical engineering. The workshop practices are designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the concepts and techniques of manufacturing processes, machining operations, fitting and assembly, and metal joining processes.

The course includes a series of practical exercises and projects that enable students to apply theoretical concepts in a real-world setting. These exercises include working with hand tools, power tools, machine tools, and measuring instruments. Students learn the importance of safety and proper use of tools and equipment in the workshop. They are also taught how to read and interpret technical drawings, sketches, and diagrams related to mechanical components and systems.

The workshop practices course equips students with the practical skills required to manufacture, maintain, and repair mechanical components and systems. It also helps students to develop an appreciation for the importance of precision, accuracy, and quality in mechanical engineering. The course provides a solid foundation for students to pursue careers in industries such as manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, and many more.

The Applied Physics Lab for Mechanical Engineering is designed to provide hands-on experience and practical knowledge to students on the principles of physics and their application in mechanical engineering. The lab is equipped with modern experimental setups and instruments for carrying out experiments related to mechanics, heat, sound, and optics.

Students will learn to use and calibrate different instruments such as Vernier calipers, micrometers, screw gauges, and other measuring devices. They will also study the concepts of Newton’s laws of motion, work-energy theorem, and conservation of energy through experiments such as the ballistic pendulum, collision, and energy conservation.

In addition, the lab offers experiments on thermal conductivity, thermal expansion, and specific heat capacity of materials. Students will learn to use thermocouples and temperature sensors to measure temperature changes in different materials.

The lab also covers experiments related to sound and optics. Students will explore the concepts of reflection, refraction, and interference through experiments such as the Michelson interferometer and the thin lens experiment.

Through this lab, students will gain a strong foundation in the principles of physics and their practical applications in mechanical engineering. They will also develop skills in experimental design, data analysis, and report writing.

The Mechanics of Materials Lab is a practical course that is designed to help mechanical engineering students develop hands-on skills and understanding of the principles of materials testing and characterization.

In this lab, students perform a variety of experiments to measure the physical and mechanical properties of materials such as tensile strength, compressive strength, hardness, and toughness. The lab is equipped with state-of-the-art materials testing machines and instruments to enable students to perform a wide range of experiments.

An Instrument, Controls, and Measurement Lab is a practical laboratory course typically offered as part of engineering programs, particularly in field of mechanical engineering. The lab focuses on the study and application of instruments, control systems, and measurement techniques used in mechanical systems.

Throughout the lab, students are encouraged to apply theoretical concepts learned in lectures to practical situations. They work in teams or individually to design experiments, collect and analyze data, interpret results, and draw conclusions.

The Heat and Mass Transfer Lab is a course designed for students in the Mechanical Engineering program to gain practical experience with the principles of heat and mass transfer. The lab is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment and tools that enable students to investigate heat and mass transfer phenomena, analyse the performance of various heat exchangers and investigate the behaviour of different materials under different thermal and mass transfer conditions.

The PC lab or the Personal Computing Lab is the central lab of the DME that provides general purpose computing facilities to all students in the department. The lab is also used for internet access and is open during office hours. This lab contains 50 HP Prodesk GF SFF 9th generation (8 GB RAM, 250 GB SSD) machines.

Apart from this, this lab provides the latest software and hardware tools that enable students to perform numerical simulations, analyze complex systems, and visualize results in three-dimensional space. The lab is designed to cover topics such as solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and electromagnetics. Students will learn to use software various engineering softwares to solve complex engineering problems. They will also learn about the theoretical concepts that underpin these simulations, including finite element analysis, boundary element analysis, and computational fluid dynamics. The lab provides students with a unique opportunity to explore the practical applications of CAE/FEM in mechanical engineering, such as stress analysis, thermal analysis, and fluid flow analysis. By completing lab exercises, students will develop skills in numerical simulation, critical thinking, and problem-solving that are essential for success in their future careers in engineering.

The lab also features latest software tools such as IDEs, compilers, debuggers, and version control systems. Students will also have access to a wide range of programming languages. Through hands-on programming exercises, students will develop their problem-solving skills and gain practical experience in designing and implementing computer programs.

The Thermodynamics Lab provides students with practical experience in the application of thermodynamic principles and concepts to real-world systems. Students will learn about the properties of thermodynamic systems, thermodynamic laws, and various thermodynamic cycles such as the Carnot cycle, Rankine cycle, and Brayton cycle.

They will also get hands-on experience in using various measuring instruments such as pressure gauges, thermocouples, and flow meters to analyse and evaluate thermodynamic properties of different materials and systems. The lab is designed to help students develop their analytical, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills.

The Fluid Mechanics Lab is a fundamental lab in mechanical engineering that provides students with hands-on experience in studying the behaviour of fluids. The lab covers the principles of fluid mechanics, including fluid statics, fluid dynamics, and the use of various instruments and techniques to measure fluid properties.

In this lab, students will conduct experiments to understand the effects of pressure, velocity, viscosity, and surface tension on fluid behaviour. They will also study different types of flows, including laminar and turbulent flows, and perform calculations to determine the Reynolds number and flow regime.

The Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Lab is a cutting-edge facility that revolutionizes the manufacturing process by combining computer technology with traditional machining techniques. This state-of-the-art laboratory is equipped with advanced CNC machines and software, enabling students, researchers, and industry professionals to design, prototype, and produce high-precision components with exceptional efficiency and accuracy.

The CNC Labs provide students with the opportunity to perform different experiments related to CNC and reverse engineering.

The Mechanical Vibrations Lab is designed to provide students with practical knowledge of the theory and applications of mechanical vibrations. This lab is equipped with advanced experimental setups and instrumentation for conducting various experiments related to the study of vibrations.

The lab includes experiments on natural frequency determination, forced vibration, damping analysis, critical damping, and resonance. The experiments are performed using a range of equipment such as vibration generators, vibration measuring instruments, and various transducers.

The IC and Power Plant Lab is an essential part of the Mechanical Engineering program. The lab offers students the opportunity to gain practical knowledge and hands-on experience with various types of internal combustion engines, gas turbines, and power plants. The lab is well-equipped with modern tools and machines required to conduct experiments and research in the field of IC engines and power plants.

The lab's primary objective is to provide students with the theoretical and practical knowledge required to understand the working principles of various types of engines and power plants. Students also get to learn about the latest developments and trends in the field, such as the use of alternative fuels, emission control technologies, and advanced control systems.

Mechanics of machines or engineering mechanics lab is a practical laboratory course that focuses on understanding and analyzing the behavior of mechanical systems. It is typically offered as a part of engineering or physics programs and aims to provide hands-on experience in studying the principles of mechanics.

Throughout the lab, students are encouraged to observe, measure, record data, perform calculations, and draw conclusions based on their findings. The aim is to develop their skills in experimental design, data analysis, and critical thinking while reinforcing the theoretical concepts learned in lectures. The lab also provides an opportunity for students to gain practical knowledge of various mechanical components and systems, preparing them for real-world engineering challenges.

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