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Civil Engineering Laboratories 

  : Objective

Laboratory plays an extremely important role in civil engineering education. The undergraduate courses are supplemented with an extensive laboratory work in order to furnish the student with a sufficient experimental experience in various fields of civil engineering through the use of the most modern techniques of measurements, instrumentations and analysis.

.The department has a number of laboratories in the fields of Civil Engineering

:These include

Plane Surveying Laboratory-

Materials Laboratory-

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory-

Concrete Laboratory-

Soil Mechanics Laboratory-



Fig. 1: Plane Surveying Laboratory

List of Laboratories’ courses 


:These laboratories comprise five main parts that cover the following subjects of Plan-D curriculum



No.

Code

Course Title

Laboratory Name

1

CE 212

Plane Surveying

Surveying Laboratory

2

CE 205

Structural Materials

Materials Laboratory

3

CE 231

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

4

CE 307

Properties and Testing of Concrete

Concrete Laboratory

5

CE 354

Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory

Soil Mechanics Laboratory

 


:The topics of each course are covered in the following sections according to the course specification of each laboratory


(Topics of Plane Surveying Laboratory (CE 112


Pacing a distance-

Taping Across Obstacles-

Levelling-

Profile Levelling using Automatic Level-

Leveling using digital Level-

Angles measurement with digital theodolite-

Angles measurement using Total Station-

Distance measurement using Total Station-

Traversing with Total Station-

Computer Applications in plane surveying-



(Topics of Materials Laboratory (CE 205

Tension-

Compression-

Bending-

Shear-

Hardness-

Impact-

Nondestructive tests-



Fig. 2: Materials Laboratory


(Topics of Fluid Mechanics Laboratory (CE 231

Temperature and atmospheric pressure-

Specific gravity and surface tension-

Hydrostatic pressure-

Orifice flow, Coefficient of velocity-

Coefficient of discharge-

Flow over weirs-

Reynolds number-

Bernoulli’s theorem-

Pizometric tubes-

Ventury meters-

Pitot tube-

Fluid friction and coefficient of friction in pipes-



Fig. 3: Fluid Mechanics Laboratory


(Topics of Concrete Laboratory (CE 307

Cement tests-

Aggregate tests-

Fresh concrete tests-

Hardened concrete tests-

Mixing water tests-



Fig. 4: Concrete Laboratory


(Topics of Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory (CE 354

Relative density-

Soil indices-

Classifications and identification of soils-

Permeability-

Soil compaction-

Unconfined strength-

Soil consolidation-

Shear strength-



Fig. 5: Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory

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