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Process Improvement Lab
The Process Improvement Lab at Nile University serves a group of tools and games that provide an effective way for the student to gain knowledge about various process improvement concepts such as Lean manufacturing, 6 sigmas, 5s, Kanban, and value stream map simulation, etc.
The Industrial Engineering Software Lab at Nile University fulfills the learning needs of industrial engineering students by providing a network that consists of 20 desktop computers with software including Edrawmax, LINGO 19.0, and Flexisim. The lab enforces the study of simulation, optimization, and 2D technical diagramming.
HVAC and Fluid Mechanics Lab
The HVAC and fluid mechanics lab complement Fluid Mechanics I (MENG305), Fluid Mechanics II (MENG344), and Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning (MENG446) lecture courses providing the students with the necessary practical experience in the specialization track thermal sciences and Energy. The lab also supports graduating students in graduation projects MENG 493 and MENG 495. Experiments cover
Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer Lab
Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer Lab is an educational laboratory. It aims to connect the theoretical part with the prototype experiments to enhance the educational process. The lab consists of different thermodynamic experiments that elaborate the basics for other topics. Moreover, several heat transfer experiment modules help the students understand the basics of heat transfer and heat
Mechatronics and Smart Sensors Lab
Mechatronics serves a variety of control and robotics courses. This lab is based on Quanser™ multiple lab solutions that help the industry and academia. The development boards (Magnetic levitation, Inverted pendulum, VTOL, 5 bar mechanism robot, and sensor and actuator kits) are compatible with Nile University’s curriculum and vision. The lab also consists of a Vibration lab based on LMS
Renewable Energy and Modern Control Lab
A specialized lab to aid students in understanding the fundamental concepts related to Control of Robotics (Serial Industrial Arm – Mobile Robot – Humanoid Robot), Motion Control Systems, Programming using Arduino or Raspberry pi, Use of different Sensors, Renewable Energy using Solar panels, Renewable Energy using a wind turbine, and Hybrid system renewable energy.
Materials and Concrete Lab
The Materials and Concrete Lab capacity is 40 students. The lab is from ELE (UK). It includes heavy equipment such as flakiness sieves and shakers, concrete mixer, vibrators, steel molds, a large curing tank, a 2000 kN cube crushing and beam flexure machine, and non-destructive testing equipment such as Pundit ultrasonic device (Swiss) and Schmidt hammer.
Transportation and Asphalt Lab
The Transportation and Asphalt lab capacity is 30 students. The lab is from Controls (Italy) and is fully automated and includes equipment such as Los Angeles abrasion machines, Marshall compression testing, Marshall automatic sample compactor, CBR molds, asphalt mixer, bitumen oven, water bath, centrifuge extractor, and other apparatuses.
The hydraulics lab's capacity is 30 students. It is a demonstrative lab from Cussons (UK). It includes a digital hydraulic bench with water pumps and all valves, Osborne Reynolds apparatus, Bernoulli apparatus, turbulent and laminar flow, pipe surge, and water hammer.
The Virtual Reality Lab is intended to accommodate all features and requirements to integrate stereoscopic virtual space and digital media technologies to compliment the human architecture design talents and expertise acquired during the studio sessions in the program. This includes VR headsets and screens equipped with ALL design tools for the students integrated into a virtual environment
Given the multidisciplinary nature of the developed program, ICT in AUS Lab will play an essential role in integrating the multiple disciplines in the curriculum. It will include Computer-Aided Design (CAD) and Building Information Modelling (BIM), Building Performance evaluation and simulation programs, as well as tools for architects in several aspects, including design, analysis, simulation
Embedded Systems Lab
The Embedded Systems Lab includes several state-of-the-art training kits that enable the lab to offer a wide range of experiments to serve the different computer architecture, and embedded systems courses offered in the ECE program serve the research activities at NU.
The Communication Lab is built around the USRP B200 mini software defined radio (SDR) kits and the free and open-source software GNU Radio. This provides a high degree of flexibility in developing a wide range of lab experiments that suit the analog, digital and wireless communication courses.
Circuits and Electronics Lab
The Circuits and Electronics Lab combines basic electronic instrumentation and high technology equipment to serve the university’s undergraduates all the way through their five-year educational journey and postgraduates with their advanced research. The electronics lab includes oscilloscopes, function generators, power supplies, and electronic inventory.
Nano Science and Material Lab
The nanoscience lab provides hands-on experience in advanced material science technology. Students acquire hands-on experiments that combine learning different methodologies for material fabrication and characterization techniques. We teach our students the key concepts of nanoscale phenomena that make nanoscience and nanotechnology one of the most exciting fields of research today. The lab's
Workshop and Non-Conventional Manufacturing Lab
The main aim of the mechanical workshop is to introduce students to the basic concepts of manufacturing via shaping, forming machining, CNC machining, and assembly. Through the different experiments we offer to our students, they can develop knowledge of appropriate parameters to be used for various machining operations and learn the basic use of machine tools and workshop equipment.
The metrology lab enforces measurement studies and helps students validate and verify predefined standards for traceability, accuracy, reliability, and precision. The lab is currently equipped with different dimensional metrology instruments such as calipers, gauges, and instrumentation to inspect various features, e.g., linear, angular, geometric form (roundness, flatness), hardness, and surface
The Ergonomics lab is concerned with experiments to fit the workstation and tools to fit the user, measure musculoskeletal stresses, evaluate Standing, and work in awkward positions in workstations. Other investigations are conducted, such as heart rate, vibration rate, and auditory measurements.
Soft Robotics Lab
To begin with, soft robotics is a robot using soft materials. With the improvement of soft robotics science toward modeling and sensing its motion, the Embodiment of Telligent definition rises as a solution. One of the Embodiments of intelligent techniques is physical morphology. We attempted to learn this technique in our publications at the beginning of our work and searched for how to model and
Loading Frame Facility
The Loading Frame facility is used for large-scale testing of structural elements such as concrete beams, slabs, columns, footings, and steel members. The frame is a reactionless steel system made of HEA 300 beams with dimensions 3 x 3 x 2 meters, including a 30-ton hydraulic jack and load cell (Spain), electric pump, and data acquisition system (USA) with a computer for data analysis.
The Environmental Lab capacity is 20 students. The Lab is from ELE (UK). It includes a COD reactor, benchtop, turbidity meters, refrigerated incubator, distilled water still, spectrophotometer, laboratory flocculator, muffle furnace, glass bakers, and a set of different chemicals, and several other devices and meters.
Soil Mechanics Lab
The Soil Mechanics Lab capacity is 30 students. The lab is from ELE (UK) and is fully automated and includes equipment used for basic soil classification such as sieves and shakers, Casagrande device, hydrometers, 50 kN direct shear machine; it is one-dimensional consolidation Odometer machine, 50 kN uniaxial compression machine, electric oven, and other apparatuses.
The Surveying Lab capacity is 30 students. The lab is from Sokkia (Japan). It includes modern equipment and tools used for engineering surveying works, such as three digital levels, three electronic theodolites, three total station devices, and a GPS device with two stations.