Civil Engineering

Civil Engineering

Mandava Institute of Engineering and Technology takes pride in launching a new branch of engineering education i.e., CIVIL ENGINEERING from the academic year 2010-2011 under the JNTUK .Affiliation with an intake of 60 seats in an academic year and M.Tech - Structural Engineering

The department has the following laboratories:

S.noName of LabLabs Conducted
1Strength of Materials Laboratory
  • Torsion Testing Machine
  • Universal Testing Machine for springs
  • Impact test - Izod/Charpy equipment
  • Models for test on simply supported beam and Cantilever beam
2Concrete Laboratory
  • Cube / Compression Testing Machine upto 500 Tonnes, Cube Mould
  • Vicat Needle Apparatus
  • Slump Test Apparatus
  • Concrete Test Hammer
  • Compaction Factor Apparatus
3Fluid Mechanics/Hydraulics Laboratory
  • Vee Bee Consistometer
  • Venturimeter and Orificemeter
  • Loss of head due to sudden contraction and enlargement assembly
  • Turbine flow meter
4Transportation Engg. Laboratory –Materials
  • Single stage centrifugal pump
  • Multi stage centrifugal pump
  • Single stage reciprocal pump
  • Multi stage reciprocal pump
  • Impact of jet on vanes
  • Model showing Pelton Wheel Turbine
5Surveying Laboratory
  • Compressive Testing Machine
  • Equipment for different tests on cement
6Geology Laboratory
  • Equipment for tests on Fine and Coarse Aggregates
7Computer Aided Design and Drafting Laboratory
  • Brinells Hardness Test
  • Workability Tests (Slump Test, Compaction Factor test, Vee Bee Consistometer)
  • Metric Chains
  • Prismatic Compass with Tripod
  • Theodolites
  • Auotlevels and Tachometers
  • Plane Table Equipment.
  • Group of Minerals
  • 2. Group of Rocks
  • 3. Models showing hardness of specimens
  • 4. Models showing cleavage of specimens
  • 5. Models showing structural geology
  • A lab for computer aided engineering drawing practice with the help of advanced software technology, made available for all the students of civil engineering which enables them to gain perfect hold on the concerning subject