The Concepts in Surveying Laboratory was established to allow students use of state-of-the-art surveying and plotting equipment. The functionality of the laboratory lies outside, where students are expected to actively survey and plot complicated sets of data points.
- Total Stations
- Dumpy level model
- Vernier transit Theodolite
- Plane table with stand including accessories
- Ranging rod
- Pocket Stereoscope
- 5mtrs Aluminium Levelling staff Telescopic
- 5m cross staff
- 30 mtrs Metric Survey chain with Arrows
- 30mtrs Fibre tape Freeman
- Prismatic Compass
Strength of Materials Laboratory
This lab helps to study the strength and different stresses developing in machine parts under different forces Strength of materials most often refers to various methods of calculating stresses in structural members, such as beams, columns and shafts. The methods that can be employed to predict the response of a structure under loading and its susceptibility to various failure modes may take into account various properties of the materials. The Mechanics of solids lab is equipped with the Universal Testing Machine (UTM), Izod-Charpy test, bending moment calculation etc.
Hydraulic Engineering Laboratory
The study of pumps and turbines and its mechanisms will enhance the student’s knowledge to choose the right equipment for right work such as pumping the water this lab gives the overall knowledge about the production of power from water by using the different turbines.
Concrete and Highway Engineering Laboratory
This lab helps to study the principles and procedures of testing Concrete and Highway materials and to determine the physical properties of building construction materials like cement, fine and coarse aggregate, and strength characteristics of cement mortar, plain cement concrete, reinforced cement concrete and various bitumen tests.
Soil Mechanics Laboratory
The student acquires the capacity to test the soil to assess its Engineering and Index properties. The students able to understanding of the fundamental concepts of mechanics of granular materials; including the behaviour of multiphase materials and their constitutive behaviour. It helps understand the basic mechanical principles underlying modern soil mechanics and to create an understanding of assumptions that are inherent to the solution of geotechnical problems.
Water and Wastewater Analysis Laboratory
The students will develop the knowledge to analyze the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of water and wastewater and quantify the dosage requirement for treatment process. Students will able to quantify the pollutant concentration in water and wastewater. this lab enhances the students ability to suggest the type of treatment required and examine the conditions for the growth conditions for the growth of micro-organisms.