The laboratories in the department provide ample facilities for scientific research experiments and measurements. The overall aim is to enable students to develop types of skills needed to become a model professional in the field of engineering.
Activities focus on core areas in Instrumentation Engineering, whose contributions are vital for scalable, high performance, dependable and secure computations far into the new century.
The Laboratories available for experimentation in the department include:
- Distributed Control System Lab
- Process Control Lab
- Electronics Circuits Lab
- Industrial Instrumentation and Transducer Lab
- Digital Electronics Lab
- Microprocessor Lab
- Control Engineering Lab
- Mechanical Workshop
- Programming Lab
Distributed Control System Lab
A distributed control system (DCS) is a control system for a process or plant, wherein control elements are distributed throughout the system. This is in contrast to non-distributed systems, which use a single controller at a central location.
Yokogawa offers multiple automation and control strategies, architectures, and solutions for every application size and complexity. The DCS in Our lab is designed for large, complex processes, and applications.
Process Control Lab
The main focus of this lab is the design and implementation of controllers for different processes.
- Temperature process trainer
- Pressure process trainer
- Flow process trainer
- Level process trainer
Electronics Circuits Lab
Due to the complex nature of electronics theory, laboratory experimentation is an important part of the development of electronic devices. These experiments are used to test or verify the engineer’s design and detect errors.
Industrial Instrumentation and Transducer Lab
The main aim of this laboratory is to guide the students in measuring the different physical quantities such as velocity of fluid, Humidity, Fluid Density, Sound Intensity, Temperature and so on.
Digital Electronics Lab
Digital Electronics Laboratory is fully equipped with the required instruments such as C.R.O., Multimeters, signal Generator etc. to conduct experiments with digital ICs.
Microprocessor lab consists of the trainer kits and interfacing devices for doing experiments with 8085 microprocessor