Division of Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering

Labs


Location: Room No. 141, Block VI

Faculty Incharge Mr. Abhishek Tevatia

About the Lab: 

To meet the challenges of the upcoming manufacturing technologies and optimizing design of machine tools, the division has dedicated itself by creating facilities for imparting CAD/CAM/CAE related services & training of different software and modules.

Hardware Facilities:

35 Workstations.

Software Facilities:

  • AutoCAD
  • Solid Works
  • ALTAIR
  • HYPERWORKS
  • CATIA
  • ANSYS
  • MATLAB
  • Dev C++
  • PYTHON

Location: Division of Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering

General Information about the Lab
The Applied Mechanics laboratory is the core laboratory of the division of Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering. The equipments in the laboratory are based on the basic theories of applied mechanics, which help the students to understand the force analysis of a mechanical system. There are ten equipments in the laboratory that are housed in two separate rooms numbered 126 and 128 of Block VI.

Facilities available: All the equipments are hardware-based.

Location: Room No.126, Block VI

Faculty Incharge: Mr. Sanjay Gupta

About the Lab:

This lab is the core laboratory of the Division of Manufacturing Processes and Automation Engineering. It is based on the application of the fundamental theories connected to engineering mechanics course. Force analysis of a mechanical system and conditions of equilibrium are the two principal considerations behind conducting the experiments in this lab.

Experimental Setups:

  • Screw Jack
  • Jib Crane
  • Worm & Worm Wheel
  • Wheel & Differential Axle
  • Bell Crank Lever
  • Simple Beam Apparatus
  • Force Table Apparatus
  • Friction Apparatus
  • Shear Leg Apparatus
  • Truss analysis Apparatus

Location: Room No. 220, Block VI

Faculty Incharge: Dr. S.K.Chak

About the Lab:

This lab describes the physical concepts that govern the behaviour of machines. It comprises the study of relative motions between parts of the machines and the forces that act on these parts due to constrained motion. It helps in the understanding of various forms of kinematics chain and their inversions through physical model setups. The moving parts of all machines inherently produce vibration and noise. Hence the system is required to be designed in a manner so as to anticipate a vibration problem and minimize its undesirable effects.

Experimental Setups:

  • Belt Friction
  • Epicyclic Gear Train
  • Involute Gear Cutting Setup
  • CAM Mechanisms

Gyroscopic Setup

Location: Room No.140, Block VI

Faculty Incharge: Dr.Umang Soni

About the Lab: 

The lab incorporates interdisciplinary use of various computational tools and software for research in the fields of Planning, Forecasting, Supply Chain, Operations Research, Project Management, Modelling and Rational Decision Making. It helps the students to organize, analyze and interpret data to produce meaningful conclusions and recommendations that can be useful for the industrial applications.

Hardware Facilities:

20 workstations

Software Facilities:

  • MATLAB forecasting techniques using fuzzy logic, neural networks, and use of artificial intelligence tools.
  • SPSS: Calculation of Variance, Correlation, t-test, ANOVA and Linear Regression.
  • PYTHON, R: Use for statistical inference and data analysis.
  • TORA: Optimization techniques, Goal programming, Game theory, Queuing, PERT, CPM
  • SIMULINK: Simulation for Discrete Events

Location: Room No. 018, Block VI 

Faculty Incharge: Mr. Aditya Kumar

About the Lab:

The lab is designed to develop and test new technologies, and is involved in carrying out the manufacturing activities with the help of sophisticated equipment. Lab facilities include various joining & welding processes and their modifications, and design & fabrication of industrial fluxes to provide solution to the contemporary industries. Extensive research is being carried out in fields of SAW and MIG welding. Data acquisition system attached with SAW machine to acquire the data at 8 different channels using in-built software is available in the lab.

Hardware Facilities:

  • Submerged Arc Welding Setup
  • TIG Welding Setup
  • MIG Welding Setup

Location: Room No. 220, Block VI

Faculty Incharge: Dr P.K.Bajpai

The study of measurement is a basic requirement in any field of science and technology, most importantly in engineering and manufacturing. The lab deals with the calibration of gauges and measurement of various geometrical features of developed materials (homogeneous and non-homogeneous), and their morphological analysis. The lab aims to enforce, validate and verify predefined standards for traceability, accuracy, reliability, and precision.

Hardware Facilities:

  • Callipers and Micrometers (Vernier and Normal)
  • Snap Gauges and Plug Gauges
  • Floating Carriage Micrometer
  • Height Gauge
  • Comparators
  • Bevel Projectors
  • Profile Projectors
  • Toolmakers Microscope (Image J)
  • Bench Centre
  • Surface Plate
  • Sine Bar with Slip Gauges

Location: Room No. 020, Block VI 

Faculty Incharge:Dr. Andriya Narasimhulu

About the Lab:

This lab was conceptualized and developed during the 1997-1998 academic session in order to provide the students with knowledge and hands-on experience in the area of computer integrated manufacturing. The objective of the this lab is to make the students industry-ready, and to acquire employability skill with the knowledge of CNC programming using G & M codes, and cutting path generation through 3D simulation software.

Hardware Facilities:

  • CNC Lathe
  • CNC Miller

Faculty Incharge: Mr.Pradeep Khanna

Workshop forms an integral part of engineering education, as it helps in gaining the practical knowledge of the subject. It is connected to carrying out the manufacturing and fabrication activities with the help of basic hand tools, power tools and other machine tools. This lab is also useful for conducting research activities and imparting undergraduate training to the students.

The various shops in the Central Workshop include:

  1. Welding Shop
  2. Fitting Shop
  3. Sheet Metal Shop
  4. Machine Shop
  5. Foundry Shop