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Mechanics of Materials Laboratory

Introduction:

Mechanics of Materials laboratory introduces students to simple states of stress and strain; Hook's law; torsional stresses; axial deformation; internal forces in beams; bending and shearing diagrams and stresses; beam design; stress transformation; thin-walled pressure vessels; beam deflection, lab session and experiments.

The students should be able to develop a strong understanding of materials behavior and response (deformation, stresses, and failure) due to various loading conditions (axial, torsion, bending, shear) applied individually or in combinations to structural members. Develop the ability to analyze and design simple structural members under various loading conditions and imposed constraints.

Equipment and Instruments:

  • Universal Testing Machine (UTM)
  • Torsion Testing Machine
  • Fatigue Testing Machine
  • Deflection of Beams
  • Creep Testing Machine
  • Charpy Impact tester

Experiments:

  1. Concept and types of stresses, Stress and strain – axial loading
  2. Torsion- stress and deformation
  3. Bending, composite beam, unsymmetrical bending
  4. Deflection of beams
  5. Experiments on materials response to various loadings and corresponding deformations
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Introduction:

Thermo-Fluids laboratory introduces students to basic thermo-fluid principles, instrumentation; experimental verification and reinforcement of analytical concepts introduced in courses of: Analytical Methods in Engineering, Heat Transfer, Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics.

The students should be able to:

  1. Use thermodynamics Measurements and Apparatus.
  2. Demonstrate understanding of thermodynamics principles.
  3. Perform basic methodology in designing thermodynamics systems.
  4. Use computerized data acquisition and analysis systems
  5. Verify theoretical and semi empirical results.

Equipment and Instruments:

  • Cross flow heat exchanger unit.
  • Thermo-electric heat pump unit.
  • Unsteady state heat transfer unit.
  • Law of radiant heat transfer unit.
  • Boiling condensing heat transfer unit.
  • Forced convection heat transfer unit
  • Thermal conductivity of fluids unit.
  • Free and Forced convection unit.
 

Experiments:

  1. Basic laws of thermodynamics
  2. Demonstration of Rankin Cycle
  3. Steam power plant efficiency analysis
  4. Demonstration of refrigeration cycle
  5. Performance Analysis of refrigeration cycle
  6. Demonstration of heat pump
  7. Performance Analysis of heat pump
  8. Stirling cycle / hot air engine
  9. Internal combustion engine performance analysis/ Otto cycle
  10.  Boyle's Law
  11.  Gas turbine system
  12.  Numerical methods in thermodynamics
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Radiation Detection laboratory

Introduction

This laboratory provides an introduction to measurements common in nuclear engineering. Students will learn the operation of gas-filled and solid state detectors, scintillation detectors for gamma, neutron radiation, charged particles, counting techniques and nuclear statistics, pulse shaping, and spectroscopic analysis of radiation. Students will become skilled at connecting the different components of a nuclear s​ystem.

Equipment and Instruments

Detectors

  • Gieger Muller
  • Sodium Iodide
  •  Ion implanted detector
  • Silicon surface barrier detector
  • High Purity Germanium
  • Silicon (Li)
  • Amplifier
  • Gate and Delay Generator
  • Time-to-Amplitude Converter
  • Analog to digital converter
  • Single Channel Analyzer
  • Pulse Inverter
  • Counter and Timer
  • Multichannel Analyzer and spectroscopy software
  • Oscilloscope
  • Radioisotopes
  • Generic Pressurized Water Reactor (GPWR) Simulator
  • Thermogravimetric Analysis



​​Applied radiation measurement laboratory

Introduction

This laboratory enhances the laboratory skills pertinent to nuclear engineering through performing experiments related to X-Ray Fluorescence, Gamma- Gamma Coincidence, half life measurements, scattering of alpha particles, Compton scattering, and pair production. The students will learn how to use the all-in-one equipment that are practically used in engineering applications.  

 

Equipment and Instruments

  • All-in-one Digital Signal Processing-based instrument with the following detectors
    • Sodium Iodide
    • Alpha detector
    • High Purity Germanium
  • Others
    • Multichannel Analyzer and spectroscopy software
    • Oscilloscope
    • Radioisotopes