Facilities

Laboratories in the Department
Sl . No Name of Laboratory Important Equipment's in the Lab
1 Process Control Instrumentation Lab Field bus based process stations(pressure, flow and temperature) , Pressure Process station ,Temperature process station , Flow/level integrated process stations , Lab VIEW and NI-ELVIS, PLC
2 Industrial Instrumentation lab And Transducers Lab UV spectro photometer , Optical Pyrometer, Searle’s Viscometer, Redwood Viscometer, Dead weight Pressure gauge Tester, Strain measuring system, Cup anemometer, LVDT Expt. Setup ,Thermocouples Expt. Setup, RTD Expt. Setup, LDR Expt. Setup, Thermistor Expt. Setup, Oven Stroboscope, Piezo electric vibration setup, Hall effect Trainer
3 Digital Electronics Lab and Linear Integrated Circuit Lab CROs ,Function Generators, Logic Trainers, Power supplies, Multimeters
4 System simulation Lab, Microprocessor Lab and Computer Lab Computers with printers, scanners and other accessories, Micro processor kits, Micro controller kits, A photocopier Machine.
Digital Electronics Lab
Lab name Digital Electronics Lab
Lab location Instrumentation block, Room no. IC 109
Semester Third semester
Seating capacity 40
Internet facility WiFi connection available
Equipment Logic Trainers, Multi-meters
List of Experiments
  • 1 Realization of Logic Gates using Diodes and Transistors
  • 2. Realization of Logic Gates using Universal Gates
  • 3. Arithmetic Circuits
  • 4. Code Converters
  • 5. Seven Segment Display
  • 6. Characteristics of TTLNAND Gate
  • 7. Multiplexers, Encoders and Decoders
  • 8. Latches and Flip-Flops
  • 9. Registers
  • 10. Counters
  • 11. Digital Comparator
Others Lighting 4 tube lights
Fan 4 no
UPS Available (5kVA and 3 kVA)
Generator support 7 KVA Diesel Generator Set Available
Lab In Charge PROF ANJALI S NAIR
This laboratory enables the students to get hands on training with which he/she can identify and understand various digital electronic components. After completion, students will be able to solve logic equations, design logic circuits and implement the same. Sequential circuits are the gate ways to understand more about finite state machines, higher levels of digital circuits and sequential programmable devices. In this lab, facilities are provided to understand and design different sequential circuits such as registers, counters and sequence generators. Special attention is given to ensure that the students attain practical knowledge in troubleshooting and debugging the circuits.
Transducers Lab
Lab name Transducers Lab
Lab location Instrumentation block, room no. IC20
Semester Fourth semester
Seating capacity 40
Equipment Thermocouple ,digital multimeter , Kettle, Thermometer ,stop watch, digital stroboscope ,Motor ,Cup anemometer ,Digital counter ,Power Supply, Resistance boxes, RTD, Electro magnet, Gauss and tesla meter,Hall probe, Current power supply,Hall measurement unit,LDR,5v DC Power supply, CRO, Torch bulb, Analogue volt meter, LVDT measurement Trainer, Piezo electric sensor,ITB-45,Vibration exciter, LDR-PHOTOTRANSISTOR- PHOTO DIODE SENSOR TRAINER KIT
List of Experiments
  • 1. Characteristics of Thermocouple.
  • 2. First order RC Circuit Time constant using CRO
  • 3. Liquid level system.
  • 4. Speed measurement.
  • 5. Strain gauge.
  • 6. Study of sensitivity of Whetstones Bridge.
  • 7. Temperature measurement using RTD.
  • 8. Study of Hall Effect.
  • 9. LDR Characteristics.
  • 10. Loading effect of analog voltmeter.

others

Lighting 4 tube light
Fan 5 no
Generator support 7.5 KVA Diesel Set Available
Lab in Charge PROF NIKHILBINOY C
This Laboratory inculcates:
  • 1. An ability to identify different transducers
  • 2. An ability to analyze various static characteristics of transducers
  • 3. An ability to perform calibration of instruments using various characteristics
  • 4. An expertise to evaluate the performance characteristics of transducers and to infer the reasons for their behavior through experiments.
  • 5. An ability to critically analyze any measurement and suggest suitable measurement methods.
Linear Integrated Circuits Lab
Lab name Linear Integrated Circuits Lab
Lab location Instrumentation block, Room No. IC 109
Semester Fifth semester
Software Multi-sim
Seating capacity 40
Equipment Logic trainers, Cathode Ray oscilloscopes, Function generators
List of Experiments
  • 1. Measurement of opamp parameters.
  • 2. Basic opamp circuits.
  • 3. Instrumentation Amplifier.
  • 4. Waveform generator.
  • 5. Wien bridge oscillator.
  • 6. Second order Butterworth low pass filter.
  • 7. Second order Butterworth high pass filter.
  • 8. Narrow band pass filter.
  • 9. Twin T Notch filter.
  • 10. Astable and Mono-stable multivibrator using opamp
  • 11. Astable and Mono-stable multivibrator using 555 timer

Others

Lighting 4 tube light
fan 4 no
UPS Available (5 kVA and 3 kVA)
Generator support 7.5 KVA Diesel Set Available
Lab in Charge PROF ANJALI S NAIR
This Laboratory equips the students with the following capabilities:
  • 1. Design, Simulate and construct signal conditioning circuits using Operational Amplifiers
  • 2. To design waveform generation circuit
  • 3. To design basic timer and analog and digital circuits
  • 4. To design simple logic circuits using digital ICs.
  • 5. Design and construct timing circuits using 555 timer IC.
Industrial Instrumentation Lab
Lab name Industrial Instrumentation Lab
Lab location Instrumentation block, Room no. IC 20
Semester Sixth semester
Seating capacity 40
Equipment
  • 1. UV visible spectrophotometer
  • 2. Viscometers- Redwood and searls
  • 3. Dead weight tester
  • 4. Optical pyrometer
  • 5. Oven
  • 6. Pressure Process control station
  • 7. Level/flow Process control station
  • 8. Control valve
  • 9. Strain measuring setup
List of Experiments
  • 1. Optical Pyrometer
  • 2.Thermometer using NTC Thermistor as the sensor
  • 3.Searles rotational Viscometer
  • 4.Characterstics of level transmitter and final control element
  • 5.Inherent characteristics of control valve
  • 6. Characteristics of pressure transmitter and final control element
  • 7. Strain measurement systems
  • 8.Dead weight Pressure gauge tester
  • 9.Viscocity measurement using Redwood Viscosity measurement
  • 10. Spectrophotometer
  • 11. Characteristics of flow transmitterand final control element

Others

Lighting 4 tube light
fan 5 nos
UPS Available (5 kVA and 3 kVA)
Generator support 7.5 KVA Diesel Set
Lab in Charge PROF NIKHIL BINOY C
Microprocessors and Micro controllers Lab
Lab name Microprocessors and Micro controllers Lab
Lab location Instrumentation block, Room no. IC 107
Semester Sixth semester
Software KIEL IDE, RIDE, TASM, TLINK TD,in MS WINDOWS Environment
Seating capacity 40
Internet facility Available
Equipment PCs and Microprocessor and Microcontroller trainer kits
List of Experiments
  • 1. Assembly language programming with 8051 using KEIL-I
  • 2. Assembly language programming with 8051 using KEIL-II
  • 3. Lab exercises on C programming of 8051 microcontroller family using KIEL IDL
  • 4. Programming using 8086-I
  • 5. Programming using 8086-II
  • 6. Programming using 8086-III
  • 7. Arithmetic logic programming in 8086 using string and debugging
  • 8. Exercises on AT 89S 82529. Twin T Notch filter.
  • 9. 8086 assembly language programming
  • 10. Assembly language programming using 8086 Based microprocessor

Others

Lighting 21 tube light
Air conditioners 3 no
fan 15 nos
UPS Available (5 kVA and 3 kVA)
Generator support Available
Lab in Charge DR. VENUGOPAL G
This laboratory course provides the students :-
  • 1. An ability to do assembly language programming with IBM PC
  • 2. An ability to do assembly language programming with Micro controllers
  • 3. An ability to do C language programming with Micro controllers
  • 4. Ability to analysis, integrate and design hardware and software for micro processor based systems
  • 5. Ability to analysis, integrate and design hardware and software for micro controller basedsystems
  • 6. Gets hands on training to apply the knowledge in microprocessors and micro controllers to design and implement small Instrumentation and Systems by doing ‘micro-projects’ as part of the course
Process Control and Virtual Instrumentation Lab
Lab name Process Control and Virtual Instrumentation Lab
Lab location Instrumentation block, Room no.IC 105
Semester Seventh semester
Software Lab VIEW, RS Logix
Seating capacity 40
Equipment
  • 1. Level and Flow Process Station
  • 2. Pressure Process Station
  • 3. Temperature Process Station
  • 4. PLC
  • 5. DCS
  • 6. PC’s
  • 7. Printer
  • 8. Thermocouples
List of Experiments
  • 1) Familiarization of Control modes in Pressure Process Station.
  • 2) Familiarization of Control modes in Level Process Station.
  • 3) Familiarization of Control modes in Flow Process Station.
  • 4) Process Loop Tuning (Open Loop Transient Response Method).
  • 5) Design of Analogue Proportional Controller
  • 6) Design of Analogue Proportional plus Integral Controller
  • 7) PLC Programming 1: I/O Instructions
  • 8) PLC Programming 2: Timer and Counter Instructions.
  • 9) PLC Programming 3:Relational, Math and Bit Instructions.
  • 10) Introduction to LabVIEW
  • 11) LabVIEW: Loops and Charts
  • 12)LabVIEW: Case and Sequence Structure, and Formula Node

Others

Lighting 10 tube light
fan 9 nos
UPS 3 kVA
Generator support Available
Lab in Charge PROF SIVAKUMAR K S
Process Control and Virtual Instrumentation laboratory course aims at giving students practical applications of instrumentation in process industries and data acquisition and control using standard measuring instruments. After completion, students acquire skills of using industry standard computer packages for instrumentation like LabVIEW. Also they get trained in Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) which is a very popular control device in industries. They become capable of working with process control instrumentation and virtual instrumentation fields and get trained, to design and tune the controller in real time, for a given set of desired performance criteria.
Control Systems and Simulation Lab
Lab name Control Systems and Simulation Lab
Lab location Instrumentation block, Room no. IC 107
Semester Seventh semester
Software MATLAB/SCILAB
Seating capacity 40
Internet facility Available
Equipment 30 Desktop computers
List of Experiments
  • 1.Familiarization of Basic Commands
  • 2.Time Time domain analysis of systems
  • 3.Frequency Domain Analysis of Systems
  • 4. Design of Lag Compensator Using Root-Locus
  • 5. Design of Lag Compensator Using Bode Plot
  • 6. Design of Lead Compensator Using Root-Locus
  • 7. Design of Lead Compensator Using Bode Plot
  • 8. State-Space Analysis of Systems
  • 9. Design of State Variable Feedback and State Observer
  • 10 . Discrete-Time Domain Systems
  • 11. Phase Trajectory Analysis of Systems
  • 12 .Signal Processing

Others

Lighting 21 tube light
Air conditioners 3 no
fan 15 nos
UPS Available (5 kVA and 3 kVA)
Generator support 7.5 KVA Diesel set
Lab in Charge DR. VENUGOPAL G
This laboratory course provides the students:
  • 1. Acquire skills of using computer packages MATLAB coding in Control system and Digital signal Processing
  • 2. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering
  • 3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints
  • 4. An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems
  • 5. Ability to analysis, integrate and design hardware and software for micro controller basedsystems
  • 6. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
Library
library
Department library is well furnished with a collection of books, journals, projects and seminar reports.


Total number of books 1436
Reference books 50
E books -
International Journals 10
National Journals 4
Seminar Hall
library

The department has a full - fledged seminar hall with AC, ambient light, well-structured Podium, excellent display screen and LCD projector arrangement. The hall has an excellent seating arrangement of chairs incorporated with writing pads for 72 students.