||Class Rooms: 4 Nos of well ventilated, spacious and well furnished to accommodate 60 students each.
||Seminar Hall: A well furnished seminar hall to accommodate 50 members.
||Department library: An exclusive departmental library is available in the department for the benefit of the students.
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||Well furnished staff rooms are available in the department. Every Staff member is provided with a desktop computer with internet facility and an intercom.
The Metallurgical Engineering Department has well-equipped laboratories. Some equipments are purchased under MODROBS (AICTE), TEQIP etc.
- Metallography Laboratory
This is one of the important laboratories for the students, in which they learn the basic fundamentals of physical metallurgy, including the study of microstructures of steels, cast irons, and important non-ferrous alloys.
2. Fuels, Furnaces and Refractories Laboratory
Different tests required knowing the properties of fuels and refractories are carried out in this lab. The calorific value of fuels, the flash and fire points of liquid fuels, the carbon residue analysis of the fuels are carried out for different fuels.
3. Mineral Dressing Laboratory
Experiments on physical beneficiation of ores/minerals is carried out in this lab.
4. Metallurgical Analysis Laboratory
In this lab, chemical analysis of different materials is carried out. The chemical analysis gives the composition of different elements present in an alloy or in scrap of materials.
5. Computer Laboratory
The computing skills required by the curriculum are learned in this lab. The required courses prescribed for this lab are Java, C, C++. The advanced modeling software’s helpful in designing the fabrication process such forging, rolling etc are available in this laboratory such as Deform 3D, Solid Edge etc. This lab is provided with 35 Pentium IV computers.
6. Principles of Extractive Metallurgy Laboratory
The basic principles of pyro, hydro and electro - metallurgical extraction of different metals from their ores are carried out in this lab.
7. Metal Casting Laboratory
The fabrication of intricate shapes using casting process is carried out in this lab. The fundamental foundry principles are learned by actually carrying out experiments and this gives an opportunity to quantify the properties of the castings.
8. Heat Treatment and Phase Transformation Laboratory
The principles of heat treatment involved in modifying the microstructures to improve the mechanical properties of different materials can be studied in this laboratory.
9. Mechanical Behaviour of Metals Laboratory
The basic mechanical properties of different materials are carried out in this lab. The principles of elasticity, plasticity and mechanics can be clearly understood by carrying out these experiments for the students in improving their knowledge in mechanical behaviour.
10. Metal Forming Laboratory
The modeling of fabrication processes using software’s such as Deform 3D, Solid Edge, Forge etc can be done.
11. Material Characterization Laboratory
The characterization of materials in the areas of Microscopy, Spectroscopy, and Macroscopic techniques which help to increase the different degrees of understanding why different materials show different properties and behaviours by conducting experiments of wear and friction force, micro hardness and Differential Scanning Calorimetry/ Thermo gravimetric Analyzer .
12. Electro Metallurgy and Corrosion Laboratory
The electrochemical principles learned in the classroom can be neatly demonstrated using different electrolytic cells and various electrolytes in this lab. The fundamental corrosion principles involved in various catastrophic failures under various environments can be understood using these lab-scale apparatus.
13. Metal Joining Laboratory
The basic fabrication techniques for joining of two similar or dissimilar metals, cutting by the application of the heat and pressure. The welded specimens are examine of different properties like tensile strength, hardness and other perform NDT techniques.