Mechanical Engineering

   Advance Machine Shop


Subject Description

Introduction to rotary and linear and rotary cum linear machine tools; lath machine tools, working principle of machines, conventional and non-conventional machining processes, machines related statics and dynamics, different lathe processes, calculation of area, volume and power; cutting tools nomenclature, geometry and materials, and their effects on machining, cutting speed, feed and depth; Types of drilling machine and drills, speed, feed and power calculations; Milling machine classifications, milling processes, milling cutters and related mechanics, speed, feed, depth of cut, calculations; grinder, and its types, grinding processes, grinding wheel structure; working principles configuration and their related mechanics , shaper, planer, slotter; working principle, configuration and related mechanics, introduction to CNC Machining, EDM, ECM, Water jet cutting, Plasma arc cutting, Chemical milling.

Lab Clos (Machine Tool)

CLO-1 Learn and practically demonstrate various conventional and non-conventional machining operations in Machine Tool and Machining Lab while ensuring safety compliance.
CLO-2 Learn and apply modern data analysis and presentation techniques to complex engineering activities.
CLO-3 Acknowledge class decorum and ethics in class activities and assignments.
CLO-4 Learn project management through breaking assignments in activities, division of labor and managing time lines.
CLO-5 Professionally communicate and present orally as well as in writing on complex engineering problems.
CLO-6 To perform machining projects in teams and make process related precise calculations of the outcomes while observing COVID related group safety precautions.


   Applied Thermodynamics POWER PLANT


Measurable Course Learning Outcomes
CLOs Description PLOs Domain Domain Level
CLO-1 Student will be able to describe fundamental concepts of thermodynamics PLO-01 Cognitive 2 understand
CLO-2 Student will investigate various thermodynamic principles, applications and phenomenon PLO-04 Cognitive 2 understand
CLO-3 Student will follow ethics related to lab practice PLO-08 Psychomotor 3. Precision
CLO-4 Student will be able to Communicate and present experimental observations and results PLO-10 Affective 3. Valuing
CLO-5 Students will work effectively as an individual and as well as team member PLO-09 Affective 2. Responding


CLO-1 EVALUATE the performance of steam turbine powerplants, gas turbine powerplants, jet propulsion plants and nuclear powerplants and to understand techniques to improve their efficiency.
CLO-2 DEVELOP solutions related to design of conventional thermal powerplants and to understand effects of varying plant parameters.
CLO-3 Gain knowledge that can help IMPROVE EFFICIENCY of Pakistan’s electricity generation, transmission and distribution system.
CLO-4 BE AWARE of the techniques used to control emissions of thermal power plants


   Computer Lab

ME-223L Machine Design and CAD-I

Software: AutoCAD

Measurable Course Learning Outcomes
CLOs Description PLOs Domain Domain Level
CLO-1 The students will be able to investigate the modelling features ofdesign software. PLO-04 Psychomotor 3. Precision
CLO-2 The students will be able to use modern tools and techniques togenerate 2D and 3D models of different mechanical components. PLO-05 Psychomotor 3. Precision
CLO-3 The students will be able to complete the lab report by followingthe writing ethics. PLO-08 Affective 2. Responding
CLO-4 The students will be able tocommunicate effectively their reportwriting, software and presentation skills. PLO-10 Affective 3. Valuing
CLO-5 The students will be able to design and develop 3D part drawingsof mechanical components. PLO-03 Psychomotor 3. Precision
CLO-6 The students will be able to develop skills necessary for effectiveteam work. PLO-09 Affective 2. Responding

ME-323L Machine Design and CAD-II

Software: SolidWorks

Measurable Course Learning Outcomes
CLOs Description PLOs Domain Domain Level
CLO-1 Apply the contextual knowledge of mechanical components design to design a machine component to perform its intended job considering its functionality and reliability. PLO-03 Cognitive 3.Apply
CLO-2 Understand about different CAD 3D Modelling software with respect to operating tools available, file generation, user friendly, better interfaces and comparability with other supporting software. PLO-04 Cognitive 2.Understand
CLO-3 Able to select and apply appropriate techniques and modern engineering tools for modelling a design part like 3D modelling using SOLIDWORKS and 3D printing. PLO-05 Cognitive 3.Apply
CLO-4 Valuing professional ethics and writes reports following the writing ethics PLO-08 Affective 3.Valuing
CLO-5 Capable to do work while individual or in team. Respond and fulfill in a good way to the assigned tasks as individual, team member and team lead. PLO-09 Affective 2.Responding
CLO-6 Communicate and organize effectively both in oral and written communication following professional ethics. PLO-10 Affective 4.Organization
CLO-7 Have capability to apply the tools and skills learnt to solve new problems in future. PLO-12 Cognitive 3.Apply

CS-101L Computing Fundamentals Lab

Measurable Course Learning Outcomes
CLOs Description PLOs Domain Domain Level

Use MS office to develop professional documents, spread sheets and presentations in their different assignments.


05. Modern tool usage Cognitive 3. Apply

Develop a lab project, where they will learn to store, process and present data into information.


03. design development solutions Cognitive 6. Create


   Drawing Hall

ME-122L Engineering Drawing

Measureable Student Learning Outcomes
CLOs Descriptio PLOs Domain Domain Level
CLO-1 CONSTRUCT orthographic projections of given isometric views using engineering visualization principles and projection theory. PLO01 Psychomotor 1. Imitation
CLO-2 DEMONSTRATES design details, forms and proportions of different mechanical parts/structures and assemblies. PLO03 Psychomotor 4.Articulation
CLO-3 EFFECTIVELY disseminate ideas, results and conclusion orally and in writing of design project. PLO10 Psychomotor 3. Precision


   Engineering Mechanics

ME-121L Engineering Statics Lab (Applied Mechanics Lab)

Measurable Course Learning Outcomes
CLOs Description PLOs Domain Domain Level
CLO-1 To apply mechanics theory on real specimens and learn the practical testing procedures and concepts. PLO-01 Cognitive 3. Apply
CLO-2 Demonstrate an understanding to verify the laws of mechanics. PLO-01 Cognitive 4. Analyze


   Fluid Mechanics


This Lab covers all basic concepts of fluid mechanics. Two types of experiments are performed in this lab. 1st types of experiments cover all fundamental principles of fluid mechanics .2nd types are generally covers fluid machines.

ME-311L Hydraulic Machines

Measurable Course Learning Outcomes
CLOs Description PLOs Domain Domain Level
CLO-1 Students will investigate the performance of various types of hydraulic machines. PLO-04 Cognitive 4. Analyze
CLO-2 The students will follow working and writing ethics. PLO-08 Psychomotor 3. Precision
CLO-3 The students will demonstrate communication skills. PLO-10 Affective 3. Valuing
CLO-4 Students will be able to apply the principles related to hydraulic machines for the assigned open-ended problem, for the development of skills like analysis and solution design. PLO-03 Cognitive 3. Apply
CLO-5 Students will behave effectively as individuals as well as in a team. PLO-09 Affective 3. Valuing

   Heat & Mass Transfer


The course includes practical demonstration of laws of conduction convection and radiation. Fourier law of conduction application and heat transfer along a simple bar composite bar and cylinder; effect of change in cross sectional area on temperature profile along a thermal conductor. Relation between power output and surface temperature in free and forced convection. Demonstration of several types of flow in tubular heat exchanger. To demonstrate how temperature measurement can be affected by radiant heat transfer to a sensor from its surrounding. To observe unsteady-state condition of the heat to the center of the solid shape when a step change is supplied to the temperature at the surface of the shape.

ME-312LHeat & Mass Transfer

Measurable Course Learning Outcomes
CLOs Description PLOs Domain Domain Level
CLO-1 DEMONSTRATE methods of calculating coefficients for conduction, convection and radiation. PLO-02 Affective 2.Understand
CLO-2 INVESTIGATE modern methods to determine heat transfer properties for applications. PLO-04 Affective 4. Analyze
CLO-3 ACQUIRE the basic knowledge of performing experiments safely and accurately. PLO-05 Affective 5. Characteristics
CLO-4 ACKNOWLEDGE class decorum, ethics and participation in class activities. PLO-08 Psychomotor 3. Precision
CLO-5 ABILITY to work effectively as an individual and group. PLO-09 Affective 4. Organization
CLO-6 COMMUNICATE lab work effectively. PLO-10 Psychomotor 4. Articulation

   I.C Engines

IC Engine Lab Description

This Lab is intended to provide the students practical exposure of SI & CI engines. Students will learn to draw valve timing and lift diagram for four stroke engine, and port timing diagram of two stroke engine. They will evaluate performance characteristics of I.C engines.

CLO’s for the IC engine Lab

CLO-1 To be able to APPLY thermodynamics cycles, combustion, performance and emissions of internal combustion engines.
CLO-2 To be able to develop solutions of various systems related to engines and alternative engine technologies.
CLO-3 To analyze the problems related to IC Engines.
CLO-4 Students will be able to analyze the environmental perspectives of IC Engines for sustainable development.
CLO-5 Students will able to address the issues of IC Engines for the betterment of society.


   Instrumentation & Control

ME-411L Instrumentation and Control Lab

Measurable Student Learning Outcome
CLOs Description PLOs Domain Domain Level
CLO-1 Develop circuit diagram for different application of Direction Control Valve. PLO-12 Psychomotor 2. Manipulation
CLO-2 Understand the temperature measuring devices, thermo – electric effect & laws of thermocouples. PLO-01 Affective 3. Valuing
CLO-3 Effects Analysis of different control parameters and methods on the step response of the closed loop system. PLO-04 Affective 3. Valuing


   Mechanics Of Machine


The objective of the lab is to perform experiments which are related to mechanics of machine subject in order to understand the behavior of different mechanical equipment’s. The different mechanisms used in machinery are also studied with respect to their velocity and acceleration diagram.

   Mechanis Of Material

ME-222L Mechanics of Materials-II

Mechanics of materials Lab Description

This lab is intended to provide the students practical exposure of mechanics of materials. This course includes experiments for various types of loading (Tensile, Shear, Bending and Torsion) to find out various material properties (deflection, modulus of elasticity and modulus of rigidity etc.)

CLO’s for Mechanics of Materials Lab

CLO-1 The student will be to explain the working principles of all destructive testing machines.
CLO-2 The students will be able to structure and analyze the semester project.
CLO-3 The students will be able to find load deflection relationships in springs, beams and mechanical properties of materials through destructive tests.
CLO-4 The students will be able to follow working ethics in their engineering tasks.
CLO-5 The students will be able to develop skills necessary for effective team work.
CLO-6 The students will be able to communicate effectively their report writing, software and presentation skills.


   RAC Systems

ME-412L Refrigeration and Air Conditioning

Measureable Student Learning Outcomes
CLOs Description PLOs Domain Domain Level
CLO-1 ADMINISTER the practical knowledge of Heat Pumps, Refrigerators and the effects of varying conditions on performance of these devices. PLO01 Affective 2. Responding
CLO-2 Attain the ability to SIMULATE air conditioning ducting systems using softwares (HAP, Loadsoft etc.). PLO05 Affective 3. Valuing
CLO-3 EXAMINE the refrigeration and air conditioning systems used commercially in the country to reduce energy crisis prevailing in Pakistan. PLO06 Psychomotor 2. Manipulation
CLO-4 BE AWARE of the international practices adopted by advanced countries in regulation of refrigerant use and suggest ways to make Pakistan’sHVACindustryconformtointernationalenvironmental. PLO07 Psychomotor 1. Imitation
CLO-5 Learn to ACKNOWLEDGE class decorum and the importance of originality of work. PLO08 Psychomotor 1. Imitation
CLO-6 Acquiring the skill to effectively COMMUNICATE ideas, both subject-related and otherwise. PLO10 Psychomotor 2. Manipulation
CLO-7 PRACTISE the ability to simultaneously manage multiple tasks effectively and acquire the skill to meet deadlines. PLO11 Affective 3. Valuing
CLO-8 Gain the ability to ADJUST to different working environments through individual and group activities. PLO12 Affective 3. Valuing