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This lab is about the Determination of Shock Pressure Loss in Presence of Tub and Estimation of Drag coefficient, and the Determination of Frictional Co-efficient of Mine Airways.
The motivation for developing the content on this subject is that it very important to understand the characteristics of attenuation in order to design & analyze problem for mobile communication engineering.
The virtual laboratory will enable the students to conduct various analysis based and synthesis based experiments on digital electronic circuits and to develop a deeper understanding of the design issues and implementation issues of the subject that include debugging of errors in digital circuits.
The main objective of the proposed virtual lab is to introduce students about the latest Computational Intelligence Tools (also known as soft computing tools)
The Objective is to Expose the students to the various key aspects of Computer Organisation & Architecture by enabling them to perform FPGA based prototyping of experiments with support of a virtual environment.
Real time embedded systems (RTES) are microprocessors, micro-controllers or DSP based embedded systems which not only deliver correct results but also deliver immediately when these results are recorded. That's why it is called 'real time'.
To verify Substitution Theorem of a linear electrical circuit, to determine Mutual Inductance of a Bridge Circuit, to determine of Self-Inductance and Capacitance of an Unknown Coil etc.
This lab includes experiments in Simple Drawing Board, Position Analysis of a 4 Bar RRPR Grashofian Inverted Slider Crank and Position Analysis of a 4 Bar Grashofian Crank Rocker.
Technology CAD (TCAD) is an important component of modern semiconductor manufacturing and a new framework is needed for teaching microelectronics at the undergraduate level. TCAD tools allows students to learn the fundamentals of device processing in a virtual environment including the determination of SPICE parameters.
This lab would provides experiments in Diodes as Clampers, Diodes as Clippers and BJT as Switch and Load Lines.
In addition some basic mechatronic control methods using a common Lab PC and USB interface to control motion generating devices like stepper motor and servo motor are offered. These are further augmented with real robot control as applied in fixed base manipulators to that of moving base robots.
The virtual laboratory will enable student to conduct various analysis and synthesis based experiments on digital signal processing (DSP) and develop a deeper understanding of the design and implementation issues at both hardware and software (algorithm) level including real-time issues.
The Advanced Network Technologies Virtual Lab has been developed by keeping in mind the objective of imparting state-of-the-art knowledge on advanced topics in Computer Networks in an interactive manner through the Web.
This lab attempts to provide basic concepts to the students on a wide range of topics including Requirements analysis, ER modeling, identification of domain classes, use-case diagrams, designing a test suite.
The lab aim to provide a learning experience, similar to the hands on one in a real laboratory, through use of computer simulator and graphic tools. The modules are to be run through internet, and are primarily intended for a wider audience, beyond classroom. The modules cover the dynamics of process variables in traditional systems (e.g., heat exchanger, reactor), and recent methods (e.g., membrane separation, bioreactor)
This lab offers experiments in Machinery Soft-Foot, Diagnosis of Shaft Misalignment and its Effects,Static Balancing Studies of Rotary Systems, Oil Whirl Monitoring and Mechanical Looseness.
This lab offers experiments in Basics of Dynamic Signals,Responses of First and Second Order Mechanical Systems and Basics of Frequency Domain Signal Analysis etc.
Model Based Fault Detection (MBFD) is a technique that identifies Faultthrough-out the rotor system by using different mathematical fault models . MBFD is one of the technique which comes under Condition monitoring and Fault diagnosis.Before going to the detail of MBFD let us get acquianted to Condition monitoring and fault diagnosis.
Multiphase flow, as the name suggests, is the flow of multiple (two or more) fluids (liquids or gases) in unison. Clearly, the simplest case of multiphase flow is two-phase flow. The present lab primarily focuses on gas-liquid two-phase flow with and without phase change.
The Objective of the Simulation and Gaming virtual Laboratory at the Department of INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING and MANAGEMENT is to design simulation experiments on various aspects of Industrial Engineering and Management.
This lab introduces students about basic electronics with experiments like Familiarisation with Resistor, Familiarisation with Capacitor, Familiarisation with Inductor and Ohms Law
This lab provides experiments in MOS Capacitor, BJT Characterization (Gummel Plot) and Output Characteristics of a NPN Transistor
This lab will give Students a feel of the real lab, as all lab equipments, components and lab behavior would be mimicked in the system. Extensive 2D animations are used to provide real like look and feel to the students.
This Laboratory provides a primary exposure to design and control of such motion control applications in various applications. Ranging from 2D planar mechanisms to that of spatial mechanism design a set of experiments are offered concerning position, velocity and acceleration synthesis and analysis for basic motions.
A high-Voltage laboratory needs to be established to carry out fundamental studies on insulating materials, to carry out the performance evaluation of proto types and also to assess the condition of High-Voltage power apparatus before their erection and installation.
The purpose of the laboratory is primarily to introduce the concept of Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) by demonstrating remotely over the internet the operations of an actual CIM cell located in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT Kharagpur.
This is a Remote Triggered Virtual Laboratory on Automotive Systems, where a student can access and conduct the experiments over the internet from remote locations. The lab introduces student to the basic experiments on a single cylinder petrol engine loaded by an eddy current dynamometer.
This lab is intended to help students at both under-graduate and post-graduate levels to develop fundamental concepts about characterization of materials at different levels and their applications in different fields of engineering. This is expected to enhance enthusiasm among the students to plan and conduct advance research experiments.
This lab gives an interactive simulator of solid state devices lab.
This lab is about demonstrating plant genetics by the accumulation pattern of secondary metabolites in plants and applying protocols to see how the accumulation of metabolites changes.
The basic thrust of this Lab will be to learn programming languages and implementing data structures.
Machinery Health Assesment laboratory
Condition Monitoring and Fault Simulation Lab