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Experiential Learning is an essential part of studies at the Department of Civil Engineering. All the study programs offered by the department involve laboratory practices and for that the department has set-up various hi-tech laboratories that help students develop real-time skills and abilities.
Concrete Laboratory is used to evaluate new test methods, conduct concrete materials research, develop mixture design and analysis procedures for concrete pavements, and provide concrete forensic.
The laboratory houses equipment(s) for testing of various materials used in the construction of roads.
The role of this laboratory is to provide qualitative and quantitative data to be used in decision making. Decisions made using water and wastewater data are far-reaching. In wastewater analysis, the laboratory data define the treatment plant influent, the status of the steps in the treatment process, and the final load imposed upon the water resources.
The aim of Structure Analysis Laboratory is to elaborate the various phenomenons occurring in a structure through unit equipments. The laboratory provides analytical results through use of virtual equipments representing a structure.
In this lab, the soil samples brought from various origins or sites are tested and compared to the standard values.
The Hydraulics Laboratory is a state-of-the-art facility used to conduct a variety of experiments pertaining to water. Among other things, this laboratory provides the means of testing the hydraulic properties of submerged bridges and the hydraulic properties of highway drainage structures and stream crossings. It facilitates operational engineers with the design tools needed to complete their tasks.
Surveying Laboratory is associated with the measurement. Along with imparting the Applications of Mathematics, Science & Engineering, it also ingrains the art of measurement of huge land masses. Surveying in the modern era is relevant to aerial as well as marine boundaries.