Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Lab Location: Engineering Complex

Short Description on Lab: In this laboratory, the concept of analog and digital modulation and demodulation are studied. Laboratory equipment includes signal generators, oscilloscopes, trainer kits of various types of modulators and demodulators. Students can use their concept learned in theory, and build their own modulators and demodulators and use simple message signals like sinusoidal wave to test how these modulators and demodulators work by plotting the signals through oscilloscopes. The experience that the students gain in this laboratory enhances their understanding of analog and digital communication systems.

  • Available Machine/Instrument Name:

    SL. No.

    Equipment Name

    Type

    Quantity

    (piece)

    Currently Using

    In Stock

    Problem

    Broken/Not Functioning/Lost

    Microwave Communication

    01

    Microwave Communication Accessory Kit

    CT-60

    01 set

    0

    01

    0

     

    Microphone

     

    1

    0

    1

    0

    Power Supply

     

    1

    0

    1

    0

    Audio Wire Cable

     

    1

    0

    1

    0

    Polarizing Grille

     

    1

    0

    1

    0

    Headphone set

     

    1

    0

    0

    1 Not Found

    Narrow Metal Plate

     

    2

    0

    2

    0

    Free Standing Support Brackets

     

    2

    0

    2

    0

    Pegged Support Brackets

     

    2

    0

    2

    0

    Wide Metal Plate

     

    2

    0

    2

    0

    Plastic Sheets

     

    2

    0

    2

    0

    Hard Board Sheet

     

    1

    0

    1

    0

    02

    Microwave Communication Base

    (Electronic Communications)

     

    1 set

    0

    1

    0

     

    Microwave Communication Transmitter

     

    1

    0

    1

    0

    Microwave Communication Receiver

     

    1

    0

    1

    0

    Microwave Communication Probe

     

    1

    1

    0

    0

    Barrier

     

    1

    1

    0

    0

    Analogue Communication System

    03

    Second Order Active Filter

    ETEK ACS 3000-01

    5

    0

    5

    0

    04

    AM MOD/DMOD

    ETEK ACS 3000-02

    5

    5

    0

    0

    05

    DSB_SC MOD/DMOD

    ETEK ACS 3000-03

    5

    5

    0

    0

    06

    FM MOD/DMOD

    ETEK ACS 3000-04

    5

    5

    0

    0

    07

    TDM Multiplexer

    ETEK ACS 3000-05

    5

    0

    5

    0

    08

    FDM Mul/Dmul

    ETEK ACS 3000-06

    5

    0

    5

    0

    09

    ADC Converter

    DAC Converter

    ETEK ACS 3000-07

    5

    0

    5

    0

    10

    Frequency Converter

    ETEK ACS 3000-08

    5

    0

    5

    0

    Digital Communication System

    11

    DCS 1 Line Code Encoder

    DCS 2 Line Code Decoder

    ETEK DCS 6000-01

    2

    0

    2

    0

    12

    PWM MOD/DMOD

    ETEK DCS 6000-02

    2

    0

    2

    0

    13

    PCM MOD/DMOD

    ETEK DCS 6000-03

    2

    0

    2

    0

    14

    DM MOD/DMOD

    ETEK DCS 6000-04

    2

    0

    2

     

    15

    ADM MOD/DMOD

    ETEK DCS 6000-05

    2

    0

    2

    0

    16

    ASK MOD/DMOD

    ETEK DCS 6000-06

    2

    2

    0

    0

    17

    FSK MOD/DMOD

    ETEK DCS 6000-07

    2

    2

    0

    0

    18

    PSK MOD/DMOD

    ETEK DCS 6000-08

    2

    0

    2

    0

    19

    Pulse Code Modulation Module

    D3000 21.6

    1

    1

    0

    0

    20

    AM Communication Exp. Board

    D3000 21.1

    1

    1

    0

    0

    21

    Superheat Receiver Exp. Board

    D3000 21.2

    1

    1

    0

    0

    22

    Pulse Amplitude Modulation Board

    D3000 21.5

    1

    0

    1

    0

    23

    Main Trainer board

    D3000 9.0s

    1

    0

    1

    0

    Optical Fiber Communication

    24

    Optical Fiber Transmitter

    ETEK OFC 9000-01

    2

    0

    1

    1 Lost

    25

    Optical Fiber Receiver

    ETEK OFC 9000-02

    2

    0

    1

    1 Lost

    26

    Optical Fiber Data Communication

    ETEK OFC 9000-03

    1

    0

    1

    0

    27

    AM/ASK,Fm/FSK MOD/DMOD

    ETEK OFC 9000-04

    1

    0

    1

    0

    28

    CVSD Encoder/Decoder

    ETEK OFC 9000-05

    1

    0

    1

    0

    Others Equipment’s

    29

    Digital Storage Oscilloscope

    Protek 5100

    3

    3

    0

    0

    GDS-1102B

    2

    2

    0

    0

    30

    Function Generator

    and

    Power Supply

    ETEK FG-2002-3

    8

    5

    0

    03 damaged

    (Partial Damaged 05)

    15V AC

    08

    05

    01

    02 damaged

    31

    Oscilloscope Probe

     

    15

    10

    5

    0

    32

    Digital Multimeter

    Sanwa

    CD800a

    2

    1

    1

    0

    33

    C P U

    Model: Veriton M4660G

    Intel(R)Core(TM) i5-8400 @ 2.80GHz

    RAM: 8.00GB

    01

    01

    0

    0

    34

    Monitor

    ACER

    V196HQL

    01

    01

    0

    0

    35

    UPS

    (ZN2100D)

    01

    01

    0

    0

    36

    Keyboard

    ACER

    DKUSB1B0DT

    91300396K801

    01

    01

    0

    0

    37

    Wired Optical Mouse

    ACER

    DC11211007

    910067E06701

    01

    01

    0

    0

    38

    Mouse Pad

    ACER

    01

    0

    01

    0

    39

    Care First Aid Kits

     

    01

    01

    0

    0

    40

    Fire Ball

    A F O

    02

    02

    0

    0


Assigned faculty/instructor Details:
Name: Sutapa Debnath
Designation: Lecturer
Cell : 01940838672
Email : sutapa.eee@diu.edu.bd

Name: Mohammad Mehedi Hasan
Designation: Lab Assistant
Cell: 01671094859
Email: mohammadmehedi1993@gmail.com


Lab Location: Engineering Complex

Short Description on Lab: The control system laboratory has been developed with a view to enable the students to perform practical works based on the theory course. In the lab students can do perform experiment under the supervision of an experienced course teacher and get assist from an experienced lab attendant. The control system laboratory, the experiments conducted can be divided into two parts. (1) Software and (2) Hardware The software MATLAB is used. In this portion students will develop their skills in code writing and can perform experiments with different system models that were taught in the Control System theory code. They will also get to work with Simulink where they can evaluate a system performance based on schematic diagram plotting. For hardware there is a variety of Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) devices where students can have hand to hand experience in operating these device which can broaden their outlook in perspective of Industrial Machineries and also develop their skills in PLC hardware , programming and operation.

Available Machine/Instrument Name

SL NO.

Equipment Name 

Existing Quantity

Status (Good, Bad, Less, Not modern

1

CPU
(Acer)Core i5-8400 CPU2.80GHz 2.81GHz RAM: 8.00GB

6

Good-04 Damaged-02 

2

Monitor
(Acer)

6

Good-06 Damaged-00

3

Keyboard
(Acer)

6

Good-06 Damaged-00

4

Mouse
(Acer)

6

Good-06 Damaged-00

5

UPS (ZN2100D)

10

Good-10 Damaged-00

6

projector

1

Good-01 Damaged-00

7

Projector remote 

1

Good-01 Damaged-00

8

Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Training Kit
Model: PC 45 Brand : LJ Create 

2

Good-00 Damaged-02

9

Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Training Kit
Model : PLC 220
Brand : K &H

1

Good-01 Damaged-00

10

DC Motor Control Module

4

Good-01 Damaged-03

CLIO Interface Module

Command Potentiometer

Power System for DC Motor

USB- Parallel Adapter

12

Multi Plug

5

Good-05 Damaged-00

 


Assigned faculty/instructor Details:
Name: Junaed Al Hossain
Designation: Lecturer
Cell : 01719408836
Email : junaed.eee@diu.edu.bd

Name: Md Raihan Chowdhury
Designation: Lab Attendant
Cell:01622533803
Email: mohammad33-286@diu.edu.bd


Lab Location: Engineering Complex

Short Description on Lab: In this laboratory, the concept of analog to digital signal conversion as well as time and frequency domain analysis of digital signals using MATLAB software are studied. Students can implement the theory learned in Digital Signal Processing and design an optimal analog to discrete signal converter. Besides, they can analyze the time domain as well as frequency domain characteristics by plotting the output signal in the MATLAB window. The experience the students gain in this lab will be later helpful for those who want to build their career in the communication sector.


Assigned faculty/instructor Details:
Name: Shamima Hossain
Designation: Lecturer
Cell : 01516146790
Email : shamima.eee@diu.edu.bd

Name: Mohammad Mehedi Hasan
Designation: Lab Assistant
Cell: 01671094859
Email: mohammadmehedi1993@gmail.com


Lab Location: Room No-604_ Main Campus, 5th Floor (DIU, City Campus)

Short Description on Lab: Computer lab is an integrated part of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) at Daffodil International University(DIU). As a vital part of the EEE department, the Computer Lab supports students by providing access to technological resources, including Internet access, distance learning communication tools, and departmentally selected software.
Computer lab has been configured to provide hands-on experience about programming, database management system, Operating system. In our computer lab, we have 21 computers with high speed internet connection and a multimedia projector. This computer lab also opens the unique opportunity of research with two high configuration computers to explore cutting edge technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Advanced Networking and Simulation tools.

Objectives:

The objectives of this computer lab are-
01. To promote and facilitate hands-on learning of different computer related subjects.
02. To provide students resources needed to promote learning.
03. To enhance students computer proficiency as a part of technological adaptation.
Incorporate latest software, hardware and networking solutions to provide state of the art service to all the stakeholders of the computer lab in the Department of CSE.
04. To promote and facilitate research on cutting edge technologies.

 

Available Machine/Instrument Name: Drawing table, Drawing tool box.


Assigned instructor Details:
Name: Md. Rasel Miazi
Designation: IT Attendent
Mobile: 01878653927
Email:raselmiazi73@gmail.com

Name: Md. Nayem Hossain
Designation: Lab Staff
Mobile: +8801879209612


Lab Location: Engineering Complex

Short Description on Lab: In the Electrical Circuit Lab students can create their own electrical circuits and do measurements on it. In the circuits the students can use resistors, ammeter, voltmeter and variable resistor. There is an ammeter, voltmeter, wattmeter and an ohmmeter. There is also a version of the Electrical Circuit Lab in which data can be collected. Students can analyze the collected data by creating graphs of the data and use the graphs in the conclusion tool.

Available Machine/Instrument Name

SL. No.

Equipment Name

Type

Quantity

(piece)

Currently Using

In Stock

Problem

Broken/Not Functioning/Lost

1.

Function Generator

Gwinstek GFG-8216A

06

04

00

02

Protek 920 5C

03

01

00

02

2.

Analog Digital Training System Board

AT-700

01

0

0

01

M21-7000

12

05

01

06

3.



DC Power Supply



M10-TP3003L

02

0

0

02

M10-SP3003L

02

02

0

0

Protek PL-3003S

04

00

00

04

GPS-3030D

03

03

00

0

4.


Digital Storage Oscilloscope

Protek 5100

03

03

00

0

GDS-11028

02

02

00

0

5.

Analog Oscilloscope

Protek20MHz 650 2A

02

00

0

02

6.

Multi plug

 

06

06

0

0

7.

Series Board

 

06

04

0

02

8.

Portable Single Phase Wattmeter

 

10

05

5

0

9.

Rheostat

400 ohm

04

02

0

2

10.

Digital Multimeter

Sanwa CD 800a

06

06

0

0

11.

Jump Wire Kit

KS350

06

01

5

0

12.

Wire Cutter

 

01

01

0

0

13.

Plus

 

01

01

0

0

14.

Bread Board

 

30

15

15

0

15.

Measurement Box

 

06

06

0

0

16.


Ammeter

DC

500mA

03

03

0

0

50mA,500mA,5A

09

09

0

0

3A,1A

02

2

0

0

5A,1A

02

2

0

0

17.


Ammeter

AC

5A,1A

05

05

0

0

10A

05

05

0

0

5A,10A,25A

01

01

0

0

18.

Galvanometer

 

06

6

0

0

19.

Oscilloscope Probe

 

20

10

6

4

20.

CPU

(Acer)Core i5-8400

CPU2.80GHz 2.81 GHz RAM 8.00GB

01

01

0

0

21

Monitor

Acer

01

01

0

0

22

Keyboard

Acer

01

01

0

0

23

Mouse

Acer

01

01

0

0

24

UPS

ZN2100D

01

01

0

0

25

Fire Ball

 

02

02

0

0

26

Care First Aid Kit

 

01

01

0

0

 


Assigned faculty/instructor Details:
Name: Md. Ashraful Haque
Designation: Asst. Professor
Cell : 01675011109
Email: mdashraful.eee@diu.edu.bd

Name: Abdullahel Maruf
Designation: Lab Attendent
Cell: 01633918541
Email: abdullahelmaruf2015@gmail.com


Lab Location: Engineering Complex

Short Description on Lab: Electronics laboratory is the gateway of the electronics & communication engineering world. The aim of this lab is to correlate the theoretical concepts of various analog and digital electronics circuits with practical feasibility; thereby students can learn different electronics circuits and its electrical characteristics in a better way. This lab provides ample opportunities towards students to design electronic solutions to meet specified requirements & test the design either on bread board or using simulation software. Lab experiments are designed in such a fashion that the engineering skill of the students starts to enrich. Thus the acquired knowledge guides them to implement various real time projects in future

Available Machine/Instrument Name

Sl. No.

Equipment Name

Type

Quantity

(pcs

Currently Using

(Pcs)

In Stock

(Pcs)

Problem

Broken/ Not Functioning/Lost

01

Function Generator

Gwinstek GFG-8216 A

06

05

00

01

Protek 920 5C

02

00

00

02

02

Digital oscilloscope 

Protek 5100

04

02

00

02

GDS-11028

03

03

00

00

03

Analog Oscilloscope

Protek 20MHz 650 2A

4

00

02

02

04

Oscilloscope Probe

19

10

03

06

05

Analog Digital Trainer Board

AT-700

04

00

00

04

M21-7000

03

00

02

01

06

Analog lab Trainer Board

IDL-600A

06

00

05

01

07

Digital Lab Trainer Board

IDL-800A

06

05

00

00


08


DC Power Supply (0-30V)

M10-SP3003L

05

02

00

03

GPS-3030D

03

03

00

00

Protek PL-3003S

01

00

00

01

09

Digital Multimeter

Sanwa CD 800a

07

05

01

01

(Lost)

10

LCR Meter

----

01

01

00

00




11



Ammeter (DC)

0-50mA,500mA,5mA

07

05

00

02

0-1A,5A

02

02

00

00

0-2A

05

05

00

00

0-1A,3A

01

01

00

00

0-200µA

05

05

00

00

0-100mA

05

05

00

00

0-500mA

02

02

00

00


12


Voltmeter (DC)

0-30V,150V,300V

01

01

00

00

0-50V

02

02

00

00

0-100V

02

02

00

00

13

Voltmeter (AC)

0-150V

02

02

00

00

14

Bread Board

(2//×6.5//)

30

09

15

06

15

Bread Board

(4.5//×3.3//)

22

06

12

04(lost)


 16


CPU

(Acer)Core i5-8400 CPU2.80GHz 2.81GHz RAM: 8.00GB


01


01


00


00

17

Monitor 

Acer- V196HQL

01

01

00

00

18

Keyboard 

Acer

01

01

00

00

19

Mouse 

Acer 

01

01

00

00

20

UPS

ZN2100D

01

01

00

00

21

Multi Flug

------

06

04

00

02

22

Jump Wire Kit

KS350

02

02

00

00

23

Industrial Box

----

02

02

00

00

24

Resistor Box

----

01

01

00

00

25

Care First Aid Kit

----

01

01

00

00

26

Fire Ball

02

02

00

00




27




Souldering Iron




01




00




00

01

(Lost for Lab Shifting AB3-Engineering Compelx)


Assigned faculty/instructor Details:
Name: Md. Mahbub-Ud-Jaman
Designation: Lecturer
Cell : 01740868809
Email : jaman.eee@diu.edu.bd

Name: Md Miraz Hossain
Designation: Lab Assistant
Cell: 01728197561
Email: mirazdiu0024@gmail.com


Lab Location: Engineering Complex

Short Description on Lab: The electrical machine laboratory is one of the fundamental laboratories for all electrical engineering students and for this reason recently it has upgraded the laboratory equipment and to provide students with hands-on application on up-to-date electric machines, drives and instruments, as well as to improve their preparation theory learned from lectures. The benches are designed to study all types of electric machines such as three-phase asynchronous and synchronous machines, single-phase machines, direct current machines, single-phase and three- phase transformers, speed control of DC and AC motors. The Electrical Engineering program at Daffodil International University has been drawing students steadily, which shows student interests and local industry needs. This lab helps students to enter into Bangladesh power sector and also many non govt. power industries. This lab motivates students to acquire more knowledge about advanced machines which will encourage them to zest for higher study.

Available Machine/Instrument Name

SL NO.

Equipment Name

Existing Quantity

Status (Good, Bad, Less, Not modern

1.

Electrodynamometer

4

Good- 04               Damaged-00

2.

Split Phase Motor (Capacitor Start)

4

Good-04                    Damaged-00

3.

Synchronous Motor/Generator

4

Good-04                    Damaged-00

4.

DC Motor/ Generator

4

Good- 04                  Damaged-00

5.

3 Phase Induction Motor

2

Good-02                  Damaged

6.

Three Phase Squirrel- Cage Induction Motor

4

Good- 04                  Damaged

7.

Single Phase Transformer

4

Good- 04                  Damaged-00

8.

Three Phase Transformer

4

Good-04                 Damaged

9.

Resistive Load

4

Good-04                  Damaged-00

10.

Capacitive Load

4

Good- 04                   Damaged-00

11.

Inductive Load

4

Good-04                    Damaged-00

12.

Power Supply

4

Good- 04                   Damaged-00

13.

Synchronizing Module                                                     (5 Amp 440 V)

4

Good-04                   Damaged-00

14.


DC Ammeter

0-1A,5A

5

Good- 05                         Damaged-00

0-1A,3A

1

Good-01                 Damaged-00

0-50mA,500mA,5A

3

Good-03                     Damaged-00

15.

AC Ammeter

0-1A,5A

7

Good-05               Damaged-02

16.




DC Voltmeter

0-50V

2

Good-00

Lost-02

0-50V,150V,300V

5

Good-05                      Damaged-00

0-30V,150V,300V

2

Good-02                        Damaged-00

0-3V,15V

1

Good-00                                   Lost-01

17.




AC Voltmeter

0-150V,300V,600V

7

Good- 06                   Damaged-01

18.

0-150V

3

Good- 03                     Damaged-00

19.

0-300V

5

Good-05                  Damaged-00

20.

Digital AC Voltmeter , Ammeter
(0-500V,0-5A)

1

Good-01               Damaged-00

21.

Digital DC Voltmeter , Ammeter
(0-500V,0-5A)

1

Good- 01              Damaged

22.

Digital Wattmeter
(CC 0-5A  PC 0-250V)

1

Good- 01                      Damaged

23.


Digital Multi-meter

CD-800a

1

Good- 01                               Damaged

GDM-398 GWINSTEK

3

Good-  03                          Damaged-00

24.

Watt Meter
(DW-6163)

6

Good- 05                           Damaged-01

25.

Digital Frequency Meter
(SFN-9K1-F)

1

Good- 01                      Damaged-00

26.

Digital Power Factor  Meter
(CC 0-5A  PC 0-250V)

1

Good- 01                  Damaged-00

27.

Digital Tacho Meter

4

Good- 04                 Damaged-00

28.

AC Synchronous Generator
(33 V,2Amp)

1

Good- 01                   Damaged-00

29.

Tiger Gasoline Generator                                   (12V, 10 Amp, 51Kg)

1

Good-01                  Damaged-00

30.

Star Delta Box

4

Good-04                    Damaged-00

31.

Star Delta Board

4

Good-04                    Damaged-00

32.

CPU

1

Good- 01                  Damaged-00

33.

Monitor

1

Good-01                    Damaged-00

34.

Mouse

1

Good-01                   Damaged-00

35.

Keyboard

1

Good-01                    Damaged-

36.

UPS

1

Good-01                  Damaged-00

37.

Multi plug

1

Good- 01                   Damaged-00

38.

Care Aid Box

1

Good- 01                   Damaged-00

39.

Fire Ball

2

Good- 02                   Damaged-00


Assigned faculty/instructor Details:

Name: Md. Zakir Hasan

Designation: Lecturer
Cell: 01796-674214
Email: zakir.eee0191.c@diu.edu.bd

Assigned Person Details:

Name: Md Raihan Chowdhury
Designation: Lab Attendant
Cell: 01622533803
Email: mohammad33-286@diu.edu.bd


Lab Location: Engineering Complex

Short Description on Lab: Power Electronics is the technology behind switching power supplies, power converters, power inverters, motor drives. In this laboratory, the fundamentals of power electronics will be illustrated in practice. Students will be building different kinds of circuits like Rectifier, Power semiconductor switches, Inverter, Motor speed controller. You are expected to apply the theoretical principle you learn in lectures, validate them by simulation using software and finally build them by yourself. Get ready for a great journey with power electronics laboratory! Through this laboratory, you will be involved in practical experiments that apply theoretical principles in power electronics theoretical classes. After this laboratory, you will be familiar with electronic components: their types, functionality, how to measure.

To be familiar with:

• Passive components: resistors, inductors and capacitors.
• Semiconductor components: power diodes, transistors, thyristor (SCR), TRIAC, IGBT and MOSFET.
• Function Generator, Digital Multimeter, Voltmeter, Ammeter, Oscilloscope, Variable DC Voltage Supplier, Breadboard Kits.
• MATLAB software


Assigned faculty/instructor Details:
Name: Sumon Chowdhury
Designation: Lecturer
Cell : 01878047135
Email: sumon.eee@diu.edu.bd

Name: Md Miraz hossain
Designation: Lab Assistant
Cell : 01728197561
Email: mirazdiu0024@gmail.com


Lab Location: Engineering Complex

Short Description on Lab: The purpose of this lab course is to review the essential definitions and characteristics of measurement. We discuss measurement systems and the roles and classifications of instruments in a comprehensive and descriptive way, with more detailed discussions to follow later. Whether exploring Mars, measuring the brain’s electrical signals for diagnostic purposes or setting up robots on an assembly line, measurement is everywhere. In all human activities, the idea of measurement establishes a relationship between a natural or artificial phenomenon and a group of symbols, usually numbers, in order to create the most reliable representation possible. This representation is classified according to an “orderly” scale of values. Measurement is the basis of scientific and industrial research. It allows us to understand the phenomena we observe in our environment by means of experimental deduction and verification and helps us keep records of the results of these observations. Established models and scientific laws are available for all of us, doing away with the need to begin each experiment with the most basic observations. This is why perpetuating knowledge is so important in the long term. The objective of the course is to introduce the fundamentals of Electronics Instruments and Measurement providing an in-depth understanding of Measurement errors, Bridge measurements, Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Function Generator and Analyzer, Display devices, Data acquisition systems and transducers. To address the underlying concepts and methods behind Electronics measurements.

Available Machine/Instrument Name

SL. No.

Equipment Name

Type

Quantity

(piece)

Current Using

In Stock

Problem

Broken/Not Functioning/Lost

01

Function Generator

GFC-8216A

05

05

0

0

02

Analog Digital Trainer Board

M21-7000M21-7000

05

05

    0

0

03

DC Power Supply

GPS-3030D

03

03

0

0

PL-3003S

01

01

0

0

   

M10-SP-300L

01

01

0

0

04

Digital Storage Oscilloscope

GDS-1102B

05

05

0

0

05

Multi Plug

 

05

05

0

0

06

AC  Ammeter

(0 - 500mA,5A ,1A)

03

03

0

0

(0 -  1A , 10A)

05

05

0

0

07

Digital Multimeter

Sanwa CD 800a

06

06

0

0

08


DC Voltmeter

100V

03

03

0

0

50V

03

03

0

0

30V,150V,300V

01

01

0

0

09

Measurement Box

 

02

02

0

              0

10

Jumper Wire Kit

 

02

02

0

0

11

Bread Board

 

15

15

0

0

12

CPU

(Acer)Core i5-8400

CPU2.80GHz 2.81 GHz RAM 8.00GB

01

01

0

0

13

Monitor

Acer

01

01

0

0

14

Keyboard

Acer

01

01

0

0

15

Mouse

Acer

01

01

0

0

16

UPS

ZN2100D

01

01

0

0


Assigned faculty/instructor Details:
Name: Farhan Sadik Sium
Designation: Lecturer
Cell : 01997724306
Email: farhan.eee@diu.edu.bd

Name: Abdullahel Maruf
Designation: Lab Attendant
Cell:01633918541
Email: abdullahelmaruf2015@gmail.com


Lab Location: Engineering Complex

Short Description on Lab: This laboratory is established with an 8086 microprocessor trainer kit - MDA 8086 kit, computer, memory and interface ICs and devices. In this Lab, students will be able to understand the basic Emulator 8086, Data Addressing Mode, Stack Memory Addressing Mode, etc. The Student also capable to do Single Character, String and Number Printing to Display Using Assembly Language, Interfacing 8086 with Serial Monitor and Writing Logical Instructions Using 8086 And Serial Monitor, writing C Language Program to Turn On/Off 8x8 Matrix Led Present in Microprocessor 8086 Kit and Load It to Memory Using WINCOM Software. Students do projects on microprocessor and pc based display different patterns on LED, seven-segment display and dot-matrix display.

Available Machine/Instrument Name

SL No. 

Equipment Name 

Existing Quantity

Status (Good, Bad, Less, Not modern

1

C.P.U

6

Good- 06 Damaged-00

2

Monitor

6

Good-06 Damaged-00

3

Keyboard

6

Good- 06 Damaged-00

4

Mouse

6

Good-06 Damaged-00

5

UPS

6

Good-06 Damaged-00

6

MDA-8086 Controller KIT

6

Good-06 Damaged-00

7

Multi Plug

1

Good- 01 Damaged-00


Assigned faculty/instructor Details:
Name: Nusrat Chowdhury
Designation: Lecturer
Cell : 01674918117
Email: nusrat.eee@diu.edu.bd

Name: Mohammad Mehedi Hasan
Designation: Lab Assistant
Cell: 01671094859
Email: mohammadmehedi1993@gmail.com


Lab Location: Engineering Complex

Short Description on Lab : This is a sessional course where the main objective is realizing the operation of power system protection modules along with theory. The objectives of this course are:
# To understand operation of frequency protection modules
# To understand operation of Voltage protection modules
# To understand operation of Current protection modules
# To understand phase synchronization and its importance
# To realize the implementation of auto
# To understand the operation of a PFI plant

The laboratory experience will be invaluable to a student who intends to make power engineering his professional career

Available Machine/Instrument Name

SL NO.

Equipment Name 

Existing Quentity

Satus (Good,Bad, Less, Not modern

 

Synchronous Motor/Generator

4

Good-4
Damaged-00

 

DC Motor/ Generator

4

Good-4
Damaged-00

 

Transformer Over Heat Protection

4

Good-04
Damaged-00

 

Temperature Sensor

4

Good-04
Damaged-00

 

Auto Recloser

4

Good-04
Damaged-00

 

Under Frequency & Over Frequency Protection

4

Good-3
Damaged-01

 

Under Voltage & Over Voltage Protection

3

Good-3
Damaged-00

 

Under Current & Over Current Protection

3

Good-3
Damaged-00

 

Reverse Phase Sequence Protection

4

Good-4
Damaged-00

 

Power Supply

4

Good-4
Damaged-00


Assigned faculty/instructor Details:
Name: Mahzuba Islam
Designation: Sr. Lecturer
Cell : 01670964222
Email : mahzuba@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd

Name: Md Raihan Chowdhury
Designation: Lab Attendent
Cell: 01622533803
Email: mohammad33-286@diu.edu.bd


Lab Location: Engineering Complex

Short Description on Lab: Simulation lab is designed and prepared to facilitate conducting five laboratory courses named as Digital signal processing lab, programming language lab, control system lab, mechanical lab and VLSI Lab. The laboratory room is equipped with Core-i3, RAM-8GB, 3.70GHz Computer, server and multimedia projector. The lab offers a range of software to support lab classes and research works. In this lab, students will have the opportunity to learn the programming and simulation skills as well as their implementation in the analysis of electrical, electronic and mechanical system’s response for transient and stable operation. Students could utilize the lab in completing their capstone project in final year.

Available Machine/Instrument Name

SL NO.

Equipment Name 

Existing Quentity

Satus (Good,Bad, Less, Not modern

1

C.P.U (Core-i3,RAM-8GB,3.70GHz

21

Good-19 Bad-02

2

Monitor

21

Good - 20 Damaged-01

3

Keyboard

21

Good - 20 Damaged-00

4

Mouse

21

Good -21 Damaged-00

5

UPS

21

Good -21 Damaged-00

6

Multi plug

8

Good -08 Damaged-00

7

Projector

1

Good - 01 Damaged-00


Assigned faculty/instructor Details:
Name: Tasmia Baten Dina
Designation: Asst. Professor
Cell : 01715059593
Email: tasmia@daffodilvarsity.edu.bd

Name: Md Raihan Chowdhury
Designation: Lab Attendant
Cell: 01622533803
Email: mohammad33-286@diu.edu.bd