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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

About the Department

The Civil Engineering Department is one of the oldest departments in Hindustan Institute of Technology & Science started in 1985. It offers one under graduate programme with three specializations and three post graduate programmes in Structural Engineering, Construction Engineering and Environmental Engineering. The department has highly qualified and well experienced faculty who are involved in research in the areas of Structural Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Water Resources Management etc. The department has successfully completed many research projects funded by government agencies and has very close interaction with many leading industries and research laboratories in areas relating to green materials, health monitoring, construction management etc.

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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

About the Programme

B. Tech in Civil Engineering at Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science provides a comprehensive education in various aspects of civil engineering. The program focuses on Construction management, Structural, Geotechnical, and environmental engineering, as well as Transportation. Students gain theoretical knowledge and practical experience through labs, projects, and industrial visits. The faculty consists of experienced professors and industry experts who mentor students. Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science offers excellent infrastructure and research facilities for students. Graduates have diverse career opportunities in construction, government, research and consulting. 

Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)

PEO 1: The graduates will become experts in Planning, Designing and executing any
infrastructural Development project.
PEO 2: The Graduates will be able to learn and adopt new technologies evolving in the field
of Civil Engineering.
PEO 3: The Graduates will become globally competent Civil Engineering Professionals

Programme Outcomes Defined (PO’s)

PO1: To apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Science and Engineering fundamentals to solve complex Civil Engineering Problems.
PO2: Graduate will attain the ability to identify, formulate, analyze and find suitable solutions for complex Engineering problems using basic principles of Science and Engineering.
PO3: Graduates will be able to design Civil Engineering system Components and Processes
considering public health, safety and Environmental issues to meet the needs of the
society.
PO4: Graduates will be able to conduct investigations of complex problems in Civil Engineering using Research based knowledge and Research.
PO5: Graduate will exhibits skills to use modern Engineering tools, software and equipment to analyze various problems in Civil Engineering Domain.
PO6: To practice as an efficient Civil Engineer to assess and manage the societal needs
PO7: Graduate will understand the impact of Engineering solutions based on the Sustainable
Concepts.
PO8: Graduate will be aware of their Professional and ethical responsibilities to the society.
PO9: Graduate will be able to work individually or as a team member or leader in uniform and multidisciplinary settings
P10: Graduate will be able to communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms
PO11: Graduate will have an understanding of Engineering and Management Principles and apply this to one`s own work, as a member and a leader in a team, to manage projects.
PO12: Graduate will develop confidence for self-education and ability for lifelong learning.


Program Specific Outcomes: (PSO’s)

The Graduates will be able to
PSO 1: Apply mathematical and basic science knowledge to analyse, and interpret societal
problems pertaining to civil engineering.
PSO 2: Exhibit ability to design a system, component or a process in various domains of
civil engineering such as structural, environmental and transportation engineering
 

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Vision & Mission

Vision

To be a globally competent Premier Academic Centre for quality education and research in the diverse areas of Civil Engineering with social commitment

Mission

  • To inculcate comprehensive principles to produce highly competent and technologically capable professional engineers, academicians and entrepreneurs.
  • To impart quality education with strong emphasis on social commitment and sustainability, with ethical standards.
  • To provide a scholastic environment for state-of the-art research.
  • To conduct Knowledge transfer programs to enhance technical knowledge.
     
DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Our Faculty

Our Faculty

S.No Name Designation View List
1 DR. JESSY ROOBY PROFESSOR View More
2 DR. P.S. JOANNA PROFESSOR View More
3 DR. CHANDRASEKAR P PROFESSOR View More
4 DR. V. PREETHI PROFESSOR & HEAD View More
5 MR. P. RAVIKUMAR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR View More
6 MR. J. SAMUEL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SELECTION GRADE) View More
7 MR. J. KARTHICK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SELECTION GRADE) View More
8 DR. C. DANIEL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SELECTION GRADE) View More
9 DR. V. PRABHU ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SENIOR SCALE) View More
10 MS. SHALINI R. NAIR ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SENIOR SCALE) View More
11 MS. S. SHARMILA ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SENIOR SCALE) View More
12 MR. V. AMUDHAN ASSISTANT PROFESSOR (SENIOR SCALE) View More
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Laboratories

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TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB

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TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING LAB

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STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING LAB

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STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING LAB

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Renewable Energy Lab

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Renewable Energy Lab

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STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB

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STRENGTH OF MATERIALS LAB

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ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB

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ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING LAB

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Surveying Lab

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Surveying Lab

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Construction materials lab

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Construction materials lab

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Geotechnical Laboratory

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Geotechnical Laboratory

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Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

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Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

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Civil Design Centre

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Civil Design Centre

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PROJECT ROOM

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PROJECT ROOM

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

News & Events

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International conference - ICSEE 2017

 

 

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Workshop on “Chemical admixture uses in Modern Concrete” by Mr. S.Duraimurugan, Senior Regional Concrete Manager and Mr.M.Shankar, Regional Concrete Lab Formulator at FOSROC INDIA, Pvt. Ltd.

 

 

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Guest Lecture on “Hydraulic structures” by Dr. P. K. Suresh, an expert in the field of water resource management and consultant for IIT Madras on many experimental and water modelling projects

 

 

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Guest Lecture on “Design of Steel Structures-Industrial Practice" by Er. M. Jey Srether, Asst. Engineering Manager, L&T Constructions, Chennai.

 

 

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Workshop on “ Design of Cold-Formed Steel Structures- An Overview” on 6&7th September 2019. Resource persons: Prof. S. Arul Jayachandran - Professor, IIT Madras and Mr. V.P Arun Kumar, Lead Engineer, MN Dastur and Company.

 

 

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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Roland Trapp, Trier University of Applied Sciences, Germany and Prof.Dr. K. Gunasekaran, Anna University, delivering lectures at the International Seminar on “Smart Transportations and Infrastructure” on 22nd August 2019

 

 

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Prof. Dr. Peter Heck, Managing Director at the Institute for Applied Material Flow Management, Germany discussing Strategies and practice of zero emission, circular economy and material flow management

 

 

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FDP on Analysis & Design of Engineering Structures Using Software on 6 & 7.06.2019. Resource persons: Dr. Asokan, Professor, Department of Engineering Design, IIT Madras, Dr. T. P. Somasundaran, Senior Professor & HOD/Civil,HITS and Dr. N. Anand, Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Karunya Institute of Science and Technology

 

 

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3 day Workshop on “Design aspects of High rise Composite Structures”. Resource persons: Dr. Arul Jayachandaran (Professor, IIT Madras), Dr. K. Saravanan (Senior Vice President, Eversendai Construction Pvt. Ltd., Chennai), Ms. Aruna & Mr. Prabhakaran (Design Engineers, Eversendai Construction Pvt. Ltd., Chennai)

 

 

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Dr. V. Preethi (Associate Professor, Civil) delivered a Keynote Speech on ‘Solar hydrogen production and selection of nanomaterials’ at International Conference on Environmental Sustainability and Social science Management (ICESM2019) organized by UMP Pahang, Malaysia. She also interacted with the delegates for research collaboration towards large-scale hydrogen production and storage, paper publications and student exchange programs

 

 

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International Conference on Sustainable Environment and Energy (ICSEE-2019)

 

 

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Development of Sustainable Solutions to Flood Management

 

 

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Interaction with Dr. Joseph Antony, Professor, University of Leeds.

 

 

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Workshop on Architectural Aerodynamics & Wind Engineering

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Student Activities

Awards and Achievements

Dr.V. Preethi - 

  • Received the NCHEAM Scientist of the year Award 2015.
  • Received a SPECIAL AWARD from Hindutan Institute of Technology and Science 2016
  • Received a Research Award from Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science 2016. 
  • Received Hindustan Innovation Award 2017 
  • Received SERB funding for conducting international conferences
  • Received SERB travel grant for presenting paper in international conference, Melbourne, Australia.
  • Received IAHE, USA – travel grant to present paper at WHEC 2018, Brazil.
  • Received Young Faculty in Engineering Award from Venus International Foundation, July 2017.
  • Received Young Researcher award from 1992 batch HITSAA Alumni,2017
  • Reviewer  -    
    • International Journal of Hydrogen  Energy’ 
    • Environmental Technology
    • Journal of Hazardous Materials
    • Chemical Papers
    • ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering
    • Journal of Materials Chemistry

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NCHEAM Scientist of the year Award 2015

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Young Faculty in Engineering Award from Venus International Foundation 2017

Dr.Jessy Rooby 

  • Jury for the Silicon India Chennai Real Estate Award
  • Reviewer for ‘Engineering Structures’,  ‘International Journal of Performance of Constructed facilities (ASCE) .
  • Awarded for 25 Years of Excellent Service at HITS – April 2018 

Dr. Pratheeba Paul

  • Best Researcher Award 2018 – June 2018 by International Journal of research under Literal Access ( IJRULA)  .

Dr.P.S.Joanna 

  • Reviewer for Engineering Structures, International Journal of Earth Science and Engineering.
  • Best Non Circuit Faculty Award by ASDF – May 2018.

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Dr.P.S.Joanna, Professor, receiving Best Non-Circuit Faculty Award from ASDF for the year 2017-18

Mr.P.Ravikumar

  • Best Teacher award for 2015 – April
  • Mentor Appreciation Award – May 2017

Ms.Shalini R Nair

  • Ms. Shalini.R. Nair Won Best Paper Award in International Conference NIT Calicut – July 2020
  • Best Teacher award for 2018 – April.
  • Reviewer for KSCE Journal

Ms.Vinodhini Ellappan

  • Reviewer for JETIR – Journal of emerging Technologies and  Innovative Research

     

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Won Best paper (1st) – ICMEE at Loyola College Chennai

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Won Best paper (1st) – Symposium at Bharath University Chennai.

 

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Participated in Working model  contest, Organized by B. S. Abdur Rahman with CINSERB India and  Ministry of Earth Sciences

 

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Civilization 18, a  National level Technical Symposium of Department of Civil Engineering, held at college of Engineering, Guindy (CEG Campus)

 

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Downstream Energy Extraction,Encouragement award –Hindustan Innovation Challenge 2015

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CO2 Sequestration – Hindustan Innovation Challenge 2017

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Media’s choice award –Hindustan Innovation Challenge 2015

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Deccan Chronicle – October 3, 2015

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New Indian Express - November 16,2015 


 Students Innovative Projects:

Synthesis of artificial aggregates from ceramic waste, lathe waste, plastic waste, fly ash and GGBS - Ajith Kumar, Sundeep Chowdry, Nazneen
Ist  prize - Innovative Challenge competition, IIT PALS & CII March, 2014 – Mentor: Dr. Jessy Rooby
Cold Formed Steel Beam with encased Corrugated Web for Earthquake Resistant Structures” - Ahamed D.Vijay & Team – Patent filed 
Mentor: Dr. P. S. Joanna
 

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  • Project entitled ‘Hydrogen Fuel Production from Sulphide Wastewater using CNT doped Ce3+ -TiO2’ has been awarded as Best Project in GYAN DISHA’18  Project Expo Held at Hindustan Institute of Technology and Science, Chennai on 8th May 2018 Students: Mahuya Roy, Anirudh Therli, Atul Kumar Pundir, Md Sahil Raza
    Mentor: Dr.V.Preethi
  • Won first prize for paper presentation on Clean Energy Production of hydrogen gas using nickel hydroxide by photo catalytic water splitting from sulphide wastewater in SMEATON`20 - National level Technical Extravaganza organised by Government College of Engineering, Tirunelveli, 10th March 2020. Students: Srivishnu V.S, U. Roshan Raj Mentor: Dr.V.Preethi

STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS – Extra Curricular


 

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C/Cpl Sunil Bijaniya ​  Represented TN, P & AN Dte in All India Vayu Sainik Camp 2017 at Rajasthan for  022 Firing and Line Area.

 

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Services to the Community : Certificate of Appreciation for Swatch Bharat program – July 2018

 

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Syed Ismail – Hindustan Horse Riding Club

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Competition for Students

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Career Opportunities

Civil Engineers can find jobs in Government departments such as PWD, TWAD, Railways Department, Highways Department, BARC, ONGC, Private and Public sector industries such as L& T,TCS, DLF, Eversendai Construction Pvt. Ltd., research and teaching institutions. There is always a high demand for experienced Civil Engineers globally

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Laboratories

Structural Engineering Laboratory

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The Structural Engineering Laboratory of Department of Civil Engineering is well-equipped for structural testing of large-scale structural elements. The laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment which is used for project works and research purposes. Major equipment available are Computerised Loading Frame (40T Capacity), Computerised Column Testing Frame (100T Capacity), Computerised Reversed Lateral Loading Frame (20 T Capacity), Durability Test Apparatus such as Rapid Chloride Penetration test and Sulphate attack. The laboratory also has  NDT equipment such as Ultrasonic Pulse Velocity and Rebound Hammer.
With the facilities available in the laboratory, flexural behaviour of steel and concrete beams, buckling strength of steel and concrete columns, beam-column elements subjected to cyclic loading could be investigated.
 

Strength Of Materials Laboratory

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The Strength of Materials Laboratory in the Department of Civil Engineering provides an excellent foundation for both research activities as well as for the academic programs. The laboratory is equipped with Computerized Universal Testing Machine (100T capacity), Compression Testing Machine (200T capacity), Computerized Tensile Testing Machine, Impact Testing Machine, Deflection Test Apparatus, Optical Brinell Hardness tester and Digital Rockwell Hardness Tester.

Geo-technical Engineering Laboratory

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The Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory is well designed to meet the academic requirements of undergraduate programme and the Post graduate programme. The Laboratory provides a platform for testing of different types of soils. The facilities include Liquid limit apparatus, Plastic limit apparatus, Shrinkage limit apparatus, Proctor compaction device, California Bearing Ratio apparatus, Consolidation test apparatus, Direct shear apparatus, Relative density apparatus, Permeability test apparatus, Sand pouring device, Core cutter, Rapid moisture kit, Electric Oven and Swell test apparatus

Surveying Laboratory

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The Surveying Laboratory in the Department of Civil Engineering provides students with hands-on experience to supplement instruction in surveying courses. The Surveying Laboratory has a wide variety of modern surveying equipment such as GPS-based surveying equipment, total stations, Digital theodolites, and automatic levels for basic instructional
and research purposes. Undergraduate students use the laboratory as an integral part of their
surveying coursework and obtain any topographic information that can help in their design projects such as highway design and land development. 

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

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The fluid mechanics laboratory in the department of Civil Engineering is equipped with flow measuring devices such as venturimeter, orificemeter and  notches, Pressure measuring devices such as peizometer and manometer. Experimental setups such as Bernoulli’s and Reynolds apparatus are available to verify the basic scientific principles. A digital flow meter is also available to measure the discharge of flow.
The fluid mechanics laboratory is well designed to meet the requirement of many undergraduate programs such as Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering and Automobile Engineering.

Environmental Engineering Laboratory

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The Environmental Engineering Laboratory in the Department of Civil Engineering provides an excellent foundation for both research activities as well as the academic programs. The laboratory is equipped to test and monitor wide range of problems especially in Water, Wastewater, Noise and Air pollution. 
Digital pH Meter, Turbidity meter, Conductivity Meter, BOD Analyzer, COD Analyzer, UV- Spectrophotometer, Respirable dust samplers, Atomic Adsorption spectrophotometer, DO Analyzer and Digital TDS Meter are the major highlights of the laboratory. In addition, the laboratory is well equipped with refrigeration, incubators, water baths, fume hoods, Weigh balances, drying ovens, a muffle furnace and other standard equipment. 

 Civil Design Centre 

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The Civil Design Centre is used by students, research scholars and staff to work on computer software related to civil engineering and consultancy. There are 54 systems out of which 15 have i5 and the rest have i3 processors. The laboratory is equipped with latest visual aids and plotting devices. The systems are loaded with STAAD.Pro (54 licenses),AutoCAD (54 licenses), ETABS, SAP 2000 and MATLAB,  The laboratory courses includes Computer Aided Building Designing, Computer Aided Structural Analysis, Computer Aided Design and Drafting, Advanced Structural Engineering  and Construction Software .

Construction  Materials Lab

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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Lab Equipments

 

Civil Engineering Department Laboratories

Structural Engineering Laboratory

S.No.Name of the Equipment
1Loading Frame-40t 
2Cyclic Loading Frame - 20t
3Column Testing Frame -100t
4Rcpt Apparatus
5Fork Lift Machine- 2t
6Concrete Mixer
7Needle Vibrator
8V Funnel Testing Apparatus
9L Box Testing Apparatus
10J Ring Apparatus
11Slump Cone Appratus
12Grinding Machine
13Carbonation Chamber Apparatus
14Sulphate Attack Test Apparatus

 

Strength of Materials Laboratory

S.No.Name of the Equipment
1Universal Testing Machine
2Computerised Universal Testing Machine
3Tensile / Spring Testing Machine
4Pendulum Impact Tester
5Fatigue Testing Machine
6Deflection Test Bench Apparatus
7Rockwell Cum Brinell Hardness Tester 
8Motorised Digital Rockwell Hardness Tester
9Optical Brinell Hardness Tester 
10Computerised Tensile Testing Machine


Construction Materials Laboratory

S.No.Name of the Equipment
1Aggregate Impact Tester With Accessorie
2Compaction Factor Apparatus
3Compression Testing Kit
4Concrete Mixer Pan Type
5Deval Attrition Testing Machine
6Flow Table
7Sieve Shaker Machine Motorised
8Los Angeles Abrasion Testing Machine
9Vee Bee Consistometer
10Vibrating Table
11Ultrasonic Concrete Tester Machine
12Concrete Mixer Tilting Drum Type
13Hot Air Oven
14Lechatliner Water Path
15Jaw Crusher
16Pulverizer
17Ball Mill (Heavy Duty)

Environmental Engineering Laboratory

S.No.Name of the EquipmentPurpose of the Equipment
1Turbidity MeterTo determine the  turbidity of water
2BOD AnalyserTo Measure The Biochemical Ox+C4+E6:E13+E6:E6:E15
3DO MeterTo measure the dissolved oxygen in water
4TDS MeterTo determine the total dissolved solids
5Atomatic  Absorbtion SpecrometerTo determine the heavy metals in water
6Respirable Dust SamplerSampling the pollutant gas
7RefrigeratorTo store the samples
8SpecrophotometerTo find the gas 
9Jar Test ApparutasStimulates coagulation/flocculation with differing chemical doses
10BOD IncubatorProvide a controlled temperature
11COD AnalyserTo measure the chemical oxygen demand

Transportation Engineering Lab

S.No.Name of the Equipment
1Bitumen Extractor
2Marshall Stability Apparatus
3Fume Hood

Fluid Mechanics Laboratory

S.No.Name of the Equipment
1Bernoulli's Apparatus
2Calibration of Orificemeter
3Combind Unit of Venturimeter & Orifice Meter
4Digitization of Flow Measurement Meter
5Flow Through Mouthpiece
6Flow Through Notches
7Hydraulic Flume
8Impact Of Jet On Vanes
9Minor Losses-Set Up
10Pipe Friction Apparatus
11Pipe Friction Apparatus
12Reynold's Apparatus
13Pitot - Tube Apparatus
14Calibration Of Venturimeter

Geotechnical Laboratory

S.No.Name of the EquipmentPurpose of the Equipment
 Triaxial Shear ApparatusTo determine shear strength of soil (drained and undrained conditions)
 CBR ApparatusTo measure the pressure required to penetrate a soil
 Consolidation ApparatusTo determine consolidation coefficient of  a soil
 Direct Shear ApparatusTo measure shear strength  of soil (undrained conditions)
 Relative Density ApparatusTo determine relative density of soil
 Sieve ShakerTo determine particle size distribution of soil
 Permeability ApparatusTo determine coefficient of permeability of the soil
 Unconfined Compression ApparatusTo determined undrained shear strength of soil
 Swell Test Apparatus To determine swelling pressure developed in soil specimen

Survey Laboratory

S.No.Name of the Equipment
1Total Station
2Theodolites
3Dumpy Levels
4GPS

Computer Aided Design Laboratory

S.No.Name of the Equipment
1Acer Veriton - Intel i3, 3.6 GHz, 4 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD, 18.5” LCD Monitor, PS/2
Keyboard, PS/2 Mouse - 39 Nos
2Acer Veriton - Intel i5, 2.7 GHz, x64-based processor, 8 GB RAM,
1 TB HDD, Intel HD 530 Graphic Card, 18.5” WTFT Monitor, MT Chasis, USB
Keyboard, USB Mouse - 10 Nos
3Acer Veriton - Intel i5, 3.2 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD, 18.5” LCD Monitor, USB
Keyboard, USB Mouse, 1 GB Zotac Graphics - 5 Nos
4HP Colour Laserjet Printer CP1215
5HP Laser jet 1020 plus
6STAAD.Pro V8i SS6
7ANSYS 14.5
8PRIMAVERA P6 Software - 10 users
9ETABS Ultimate V-17 - 10 users
10SAP2000 Ultimate V-21 - 10 users
11Auto CADD Software

Civil Design Centre  :   Civil Engineering NPTEL (Swayam) courses are conducted.   

                                               Workshops and Software training programmes are conducted.


 

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

Civil Prominent Alumni

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Mr. Praveen Ramakrishna(1981)

MD, Indus Alliance Foundations India Pvt Ltd.. Chennai.

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Mr. Natraj Thangavelu (1990)

Director, Crea Conceptions Private Limited. Chennai

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Mr. Natarajan Baskaran (1991)

GM, Afcons Infrastructures Kuwait (P) Ltd. Kuwait

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Mr. Ilagnayeru Maniarasan (1992)

Principal Associate. Ascendr, Chennai

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Mr. Balamurugan (1993)

Project manager, Douglas OHI, Oman.

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Mr. S.Samson suresh (1994)

Head of public affairs, Rockwool, Mumbai.

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Mr. Sivakumar C (1995)

Manager Sales, GE, USA.

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Anbumani K S (2001)

Head - Traffic Engineering L&T Infrastructure, Chennai.

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Mr. Kaushik Arunachalam (2001)

Project Manager Traffic / ITS, ARCADIS, USA

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Dr.Pramodh Vallam (2005)

Research Fellow at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

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Mr. Maulick Davey (2008)

Manager, Larsen & Toubro- Sargent & Lundy, Faridabad..

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Mr. Varun Sridharan (2009)

Director - Technical & Operations Greenvironment Innovation & Marketing India (P) Ltd, Bengaluru

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Mr.VelPrashanth (2013)

Commercial Pilot, Greater San Diego Area

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Mr. Dharmaraj S (2014)

Assistant Manager, International Claim/Dispute Management, CT Group, Korea

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Mr. Maaz Firdous (2015)

Structural Engineer, Al Iskaan Engineering Consultants, Oman

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Mr. Justin Alex George (2015)

Quality Engineer, WBHO Infrastructure Melbourne, Australia

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Center Photos

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COD Analyzer

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COD Analyzer

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Dr.Ligy Philip, IITM delivered a seminar on ‘centralized wastewater treatment

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Dr.Ligy Philip, IITM delivered a seminar on ‘centralized wastewater treatment

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Flame Photometer

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Flame Photometer

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Health monitoring of Signature Tower, TCS Siruseri, Chennai

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Health monitoring of Signature Tower, TCS Siruseri, Chennai

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Inauguration of Renewable Energy Lab

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Inauguration of Renewable Energy Lab

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Photocatalytic reactor

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Photocatalytic reactor

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Reverse lateral loading Frame 20T capacity

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Reverse lateral loading Frame 20T capacity

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Seismic performance of column

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Seismic performance of column

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Tubular furnace

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Tubular furnace

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Vertical loading frame 40T capacity

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Vertical loading frame 40T capacity