Automation and Manufacturing lab EPS G-8
Asphalt lab EPS-108
Civil lab EPS-108
Computer I and II labs EPS-102, EPS-111
Electrical lab EPS-125
Engineering Development lab EPS-106
Mechanical lab EPS-108
Metallography lab EPS-105
Soil lab EPS-107A
Study room EPS-115
Location EPS G-8
Courses ENGR 475
The Laboratory is equipped machine tool and machining engineering including ABB stationary industrial robot, 3-D printer, pendulum robot, and National Instruments data acquisition systems.
Location EPS 108
Courses ENGR 453
The asphalt laboratory is an integral part of the Pavement design and analysis course ENGR 453. There are many types of equipment associated with the following laboratories and AASHTO standards:
Location EPS 102, 111
Courses ENGR 101, 301, 472, 476
The Engineering department has two computer labs that are used to support courses having software related labs: ENGR 101: Engineering Graphics, ENGR 301: Computer Aided Engineering/Design Tools, ENGR 472: Kinematics/Dynamics of Machines, and ENGR 476: Applied Finite Element Analysis Lab. The labs contain a total of 43 computers that are equipped with state-of-the-art engineering analysis and design software including AutoCAD, I-DEAS, NX, NASTRAN, Adams, RSlogix, Matlab, and GeoPack. The computers are upgraded every three years and are available to students during the evenings and weekends in addition to the normal daytime hours.
Location EPS 125
Courses ENGR 233, 301, 333, 361L, 460L
This electrical lab provides 16 stations with the essential electronic measuring instruments. Each station includes
The lab allows students to work on building and testing analog and digital circuits. Each station also includes a PC installed with modern engineering software, e.g. Labview, Multisim, Matlab.
Location EPS 121
Courses ENGR 410, 411
This lab provides 10 stations to our students to work on their research projects funded by both the government agencies and outside companies. The lab includes
The previous projects include 1) autonomous robots, 2) Assitive Technology for children, 3) Advanced ultrasonic range finder, 4) digital audio mixer, 5) Labview based automated testing for test equipment, and 6) Wireless monitoring system on iPhone.
Location EPS 106
Courses ENGR 410, 411
This lab is used to fabricate components for student design and faculty research projects. The lab is equipped with a variety of hand tools, machine tools and welding equipment including a manual/CNC mill, lathe, vertical and horizontal band saws, tube bender, grinders, presses, oxyacetylene torch, and MIG and TIG welders.
Location EPS 108
Courses ENGR 310, 450, 451
The lab contains a 120,000 lb tensile test machine, hardness tester, heat treatment furnaces, Charpy V-notch tester, rotating beam fatigue tester, and workspace for preparing, fabricating and testing concrete or soil samples.
Location EPS 105
Courses ENGR 310
This lab is used to examine the microstructure of metals using an Olympus GX71 inverted metallurgical microscope system. Sample prep equipment includes a sectioning saw, encapsulation press, and semi-automatic grinder/polisher. The microscope includes a PAXcam digital video camera and PAX-it imaging analysis software. A large LCD screen is used to enable several people to view microscope images at the same time.
Location EPS 107-A
Courses ENGR 451
The soils’ laboratory is an integral part of the Geotechnical Engineering course ENGR 451. There are many equipment associated with the following laboratories and ASTM standards: water content, specific gravity, sieve analysis, hydrometer analysis, liquid limit, plastic limit, classification of soils, sand cone method, proctor test, Consolidation test, direct shear test.
Location EPS 115
This room is designated for students to study, relax, or work on their assignments. There are lockers reserved for students to store their books and equipment. We encourage students to have discussion and work as the team using this setup.
Location EPS G8
Courses ENGR 317L, 370L, 410, 411, 462
This lab is used for the Vibrations course, the Instrumentation and Experimental Methods course, and the Linear Control Systems Design course. The lab provides six stations which accommodate groups of up to four students each to perform the laboratory experiments in Vibrations and Instrumentation. There are also demonstration labs/project capabilities for use in Control System Design. The lab includes
This lab is also used to support Senior Research/Design projects involving structural control and dynamics. The PC at each station is equipped with Matlab and LabVIEW, and there are dedicated PCs to control the Quanser® equipment and the dynamometer.