Civil Engineering

Department Labs

Objective: Hydraulic Machinery and Systems deals with the advancement of technology associated with the understanding of flow characteristics in hydraulic machinery and conduit systems connected to the machinery. The technology elements include the fluid behavior within machine components, hydro-elastic behavior of machine components, cavitations, and two phase flow in turbines and pumps, hydraulic machine.

Faculty Incharge: Prof. Yogendra Sharma +91-8005860982 [email protected]
Lab Staff: Mr. Roshan Lal Pal +91-9810475243 [email protected]

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

  • Open channel flume
  • Centrifugal Pump
  • Reciprocating Pump
  • Kaplan Turbine
  • Pelton Turbine
  • Francis Turbine

BEYOND CURRICULUM

  • Flow over a sharp-crested weir
  • To study the flow characteristics over a horizontal contraction with a hump placed in a
  • rectangular open channel

Objective: The study of properties of soil and its safe bearing capacity, is a prime requisite for designing a proper foundation for the construction of roads, buildings etc. The Lab sessions include experiments on basic soil mechanics which will help to develop the knowledge about soil classification and its engineering properties.

Faculty Incharge: Prof. Sunayana Singh +91-9718354461 [email protected]
Lab Staff: Mr. Rakesh Parashar +91-9910311361 [email protected]

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENT

  • Sieves And Sieve Shaker
  • Hydrometer
  • Direct Shear Test Apparatus
  • Triaxial Test Setup
  • 3 Gang Consolidometer
  • Standard And Modified Proctor Test Setup
  • Core Cutter And Sand replacement apparatus
  • SPT Test apparatus
  • Dynamic Cone Penetrometer apparatus
  • Casagrande apparatus
  • Permeability test apparatus
  • Relative density apparatus

BEYOND CURRICULUM

  • Determination of compaction characteristics for important and heavy structures by Modified Proctor Test of a given soil sample
  • Determination of unconfined compressive strength of a given soil sample by UC test from Triaxial Compression Machine
  • Determination of shear strength characteristics of a given soil sample by C/U test from Triaxial Compression Machine
  • Determination of shear strength characteristics of a given soil sample by C/D test from Triaxial Compression Machine
  • Determination of shear strength characteristics of a given soil sample by C/U test from Triaxial Compression Machine
  • Determination of Bearing capacity of granular soil for shallow foundation design by retrieving soil sample from clothing lege campus and conducting SPT as per IS6403:1981

Objective:The objective is to determine the physical properties of building construction materials like cement, fine and coarse aggregate, steel, and strength characteristics of cement mortar, plain cement concrete and reinforced cement concrete.

Faculty Incharge: Prof.Abhishek Singh +91-9560068723 [email protected]
Lab Staff: Mr. Rakesh Parashar +91-9910311361 [email protected]

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENT

  • Compression testing machine
  • Concrete mixture
  • Vicat’s apparatus
  • Le-chattier apparatus
  • Water bath
  • Sieves and Sieve shaker
  • Slump cone apparatus
  • Oven
  • Vibrating table
  • Impact testing apparatus
  • Cube vibrator machine
  • Tensile strength apparatus

BEYOND CURRICULUM

  • To Determine The Abrasion Value of Coarse Aggregate Using Los Angeles Machine
  • To Determine The Aggregate Impact Value of Given Aggregate As Per I.S-2386 Part IV
  • To Determine Crushing Strength of A Given Aggregate As Per IS: 2386 Part – IV

Drawing Hall -Objective: In engineering, it is important to present the ideas, actual planning and details in the form of drawings. The objective of this course is to apply the principles of planning and bylaws used for building planning and to draw plan, elevation and section for various structures and different components of buildings.

Structural Detailing Objective: The objective of this course is to design the different component of reinforced concrete structures and representation in the form of detailed drawings of reinforcement for carrying out construction activity and preparation of bar bending schedule.

Faculty Incharge: Prof.Rishabh Pathak Prof.Satyam Saxena +91-7440333666 +91-9058635757   [email protected] [email protected]
Lab Staff: Mr.Deependra Singh +91-9910311361 [email protected]

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENT

  • Drawing Boards with Stands.

BEYOND CURRICULUM

  • To design and detail the structural reinforcement of Intze Type Water Tank
  • To design and detail the structural reinforcement of the Flat Slab Floor System.

Objective: The objective of this lab is to gain hands on experience in understanding the fundamentals of land surveying measurement methods using traditional and modern equipments. Geo Informatics laboratory is an advanced Surveying laboratory which includes experiments on the use of Total Station for land surveying and other advance surveying technologies like Geographic Information System (GIS) and Global Positioning System (GPS) for getting geographical information about any area.

Faculty Incharge: Prof. Tripti Khanduri +91-9149186479 [email protected]
Lab Staff : Mr. Deependra Singh +91-9650414283 [email protected]

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENT

  • Electronic total station
  • Transit Theodolite
  • Auto level/ Tilting Level
  • Plane table survey
  • Stereoscope
  • Digital Theodolite
  • Prismatic compass
  • Surveyor Compass
  • Chain 20m and 30m
  • Geographical Positioning System

BEYOND CURRICULUM

  • To plot contour lines of a given area assuming continuous interval of 5m by dumpy level (spot leveling).
  • To perform plane tabling for a given area in the field for locating the buildings, lawns etc.
  • Computation of missing line measurement using total Station.
  • Determination of vertical distance between two objects on a stereo-pair using the parallax bar.

Objective:This laboratory of civil engineering is associated with understanding the material properties employed in highway engineering in particular and transportation engineering in general. The objective of this lab course is to develop the concepts of engineering properties of highway materials such as soil, bitumen and aggregate.

Faculty Incharge: Prof. Anubhav Baranwaltd> +91-8565956374td> [email protected]>
Lab Staff: Mr. Anil Kumartd> +91-8750104824td> [email protected]>

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENT

  • Aggregate Impact Testing Machine
  • Los Angles Abrasion Machine
  • California Bearing Ratio Test apparatus
  • Softening Point Apparatus
  • Ductility test apparatus
  • Crushing Value testing Machine
  • Flash and fire point apparatus
  • Penetrometer apparatus
  • Strip Value Bitumen apparatus
  • Elongation and Flakiness apparatus

BEYOND CURRICULUM

  • To determine the strength (Marshal Stability value) and flexibility (Flow value) for the given bituminous mixture.
  • Moisture sensitivity test for bitumen adhesion.
  • Study on The Performance of Bituminous Mix Prepared Using natural fibers
  • Rheological properties of bituminous binders.

Objective:tructural Analysis experiments helps to understand the behavior of the physical structural systems like beams, columns, arches, truss with different boundary conditions. The Lab sessions include comprehensive education and training to students by emphasizing on the commonality of engineering structures at the levels of materials, mechanics, analysis and design.

Faculty Incharge: Prof.Mohit Gupta +91-9919938815 [email protected]
Lab Staff : Mr. Rakesh Parashar +91-9910311361 [email protected]

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENT

  • Flexural Rigidity apparatus
  • Apparatus for Reciprocal Theorem
  • Buckling of columns apparatus
  • Redundant Joint Apparatus
  • Two Hinged Arch Apparatus
  • Three hinged apparatus
  • Curved members apparatus
  • Unsymmetrical Bending apparatus

BEYOND CURRICULUM

  • Sway in portal frames-demonstration.
  • To study the cable-geometry and static’s for different loading conditions.

Objective: The objective of this lab is to understand the different parameters essential for water and waste water characterization. The Lab sessions include experiments that provide opportunity to students to determine different parameters of potable water, waste water and sewage disposal.

Faculty Incharge: Prof. Prerna Raghava +91-9560089326 [email protected]
Lab Staff: Mr. Anil Kumar +91-8750104824 [email protected]

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENT

  • BOD Incubator
  • Turbidity Meter
  • Conductivity Meter
  • Sound Level Meter
  • Muffle furnace
  • COD Apparatus
  • Kjeldahl apparatus
  • Distillation assembly
  • PH Meter

BEYOND CURRICULUM

  • Comparison of residual chlorine for water of drinking collected by students from different residential pockets.
  • Comparison of BOD of water body in an industrial area and a flowing river.
  • To calculate the D.O consumed in a river stretch by collecting sample upstream and downstream of the given length.

Objective:This course enhances the technical skills by enabling the students to learn the use of softwares pertaining to civil engineering design and construction. The main objective of this course is to allow students to analyze and design virtually any type of structure using popular softwares.

Faculty Incharge: Dr. Seema +91-9412375355 [email protected]
Lab Staff: Mr. Deependra Kumar +91-9871049549 [email protected]

  • 30 Computer systems
  • 1 projector
  • 1 printer
  • 1 Bentley bundled software i.e: Staad Pro, Staad Foundation, Water Gems, Sewer Gems, MX Road.
  • ETABS Software
  • ANSYS Software
  • GEO-5 Software
  • SAP-2000 Software
  • Auto CAD
  • Revit Software

BEYOND CURRICULUM

  • To model, analyse and design a bridge truss in STAAD Pro. software
  • To model, analyse, and design shear wall in STAAD Pro. and ETABS software
  • To design a water tank in STAAD Pro. software

Objective:The objective is to facilitate the students to understand modern concrete technology such as High performance concrete, Self compacting concrete, workability tests and strength characteristics of concrete mix.

Faculty Incharge: Prof. Abhishek Singh +91-9560068723 [email protected]
Lab Staff: Mr. Rakesh Parashar +91-9910311361 [email protected]

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

  • Compression testing machine
  • Concrete Pan mixture
  • Vicat’s apparatus
  • Le-chatlier apparatus
  • Steam Curing tank
  • Sieves and Sieve shaker
  • Slump cone apparatus
  • Oven
  • Vibrating table
  • Impact testing apparatus
  • Cube vibrator machine
  • Tensile strength apparatus
  • V-funnel, L-box
  • Compaction factor apparatus

BEYOND CURRICULAM

  • To check the bulking in Sand for given water content as per IS2386: part 3, Also plots its graph.
  • To determine the Fineness modulus and zoning of aggregate using sieve analysis.
  • To determine the dry loose and dry rodded bulk density of aggregate
  • To determine the workability of Self-compacting concrete using Slump flow test. V Funnel

Objective:Fluid Mechanics Laboratory and machines therein deal with the advancement of technology associated with the understanding of flow characteristics of various fluid and conduit systems connected to the machinery system. The technology elements include the fluid behavior within machine components, hydro-elastic behavior of machine components, cavitation, and two phase flow in conduits.

Faculty Incharge: Prof. Yogendra Sharma +91-8005860982 [email protected]
Lab Staff: Mr. Lokesh Kumar +91-9871964094 [email protected]

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENTS

  • Pipe friction apparatus
  • Venturimeter apparatus
  • Nozzle meter apparatus
  • Bend Meter
  • Impact of jet apparatus
  • Metacentric Height Apparatus
  • Pipe losses apparatus (Minor Losses)
  • Laminar and Turbulent flow apparatus
  • Orifice meter

BEYOND CURRICULUM

  • Determination of surface tension of liquids using Beaker & Capillary tube

Objective:The objective of this lab is to facilitate the students to work on various software as required to carry out their B.Tech projects.

Faculty Incharge: Prof. Satyam Saxena +91-9058635757 [email protected]
Lab Staff : Mr. Deependra Singh +91-9910311361 [email protected]

LIST OF MAJOR EQUIPMENT

  • Bar Bending equipment
  • 3- Systems.
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