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Centralised Instrumentation Facility

NIT, Rourkela (NITR) – is a premiere institute of higher learning under the Ministry of Human Resource and Development (MHRD), GOI and is recognized as Institute of National Importance. Government of India has elevated the Regional Engineering College, Rourkela to a deemed university under the name of National Institute of Technology, Rourkela. NITR strives for creating an environment where hundreds of faculties and their thousands of students are in a teaching learning process and carry out research on subjects for wealth and well being of society.

 

NITR has created a massive infrastructure for R & D in most branches of engineering and science utilizing various funding sources. At NITR, no matter which agency has provided the funds, the equipment and software are available for use by the entire research community. In order to maximize the utilization of all the high end equipments and their better management, these equipments are brought under one umbrella “Centralized Equipment Facility” vide resolution of 54th Board of Governors meeting in May 2017. [Read more...]

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Our Instruments

Mojo 3D Printer

Make & Model: STRATASYS / MOJO
Location: Digital Fabrication Lab
Instrument Incharge: Dr. Mohammed Rajik Khan
In-charge Email Id: khanmr@nitrkl.ac.in
Instrument Status: Functional

Specification: Max build size (5*5*5) inch

Principle: The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved using layer by layer additive processes using FDM technology

Application: Concept visualization, manufacturing, medicine, architecture, custom art and design, etc.

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Wire EDM MACHINE

Make & Model: Electronica EIPULS 15, ECOCUT
Location: Department of Mechanical Engineering
Instrument Incharge: Prof. Manoj Masanta
In-charge Email Id: masantam@nitrkl.ac.in
Instrument Status: Functional

Specification: X x Y : 250 x 350 mm Max. Work Piece Height : 200 mm Max. Table Size : 370 x 600 mm Max. Cutting Speed : 70 mm/min Tapper : ± 8 degree over 50 mm Best surface unit : 1.2 µ Ra

Principle: Electrical spark generates heat, which cut the material

Application: For conductive material, cutting complex shape, sample preparation for paleography and other study

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PL Micro Raman Spectrometer

Make & Model: WITec Wissenschaftliche Instrumente und Technologie GmbH Model-XMB3000-3000
Location: MC 226
Instrument Incharge: Prof. Dillip Kumar Pradhan
In-charge Email Id: dillippradhan@nitrkl.ac.in
Instrument Status: Functional

Specification: Witec Alpha300 Confocal Raman Microscope up to 3 Lasers. 1.Solid State Laser 355nm with 10mW Power(For Photoluminescence & Raman) 2.DPSS Laser with 75nm Power 3. Solid State Laser 633 nm with 50mW Power Scan Range 400-3000 /cm

Principle: Raman Scattering

Application: To identify molecules and study chemical bonding and intramolecular bonds, to characterize materials, measure temperature, and find the crystallographic orientation of a sample etc.

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Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy-Attenuated Total Reflection Microscope

Make & Model: Shimadzu IR Prestige-21
Location: FRP Composite V, MM Dept.
Instrument Incharge: Prof. Rajesh Kumar Prusty
In-charge Email Id: prustyr@nitrkl.ac.in
Instrument Status: Functional

Specification: FTIR equipped with microscope, wavelength range: 350 to 7800 cm-1, high sensitivity, measures sample with low transmittance, small sample size, high speed measurement, high wave no accuracy.

Principle: Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) is a technique which is used to obtain an infrared spectrum of absorption, emission, photo conductivity or Raman scattering of a solid, liquid or gas. An FTIR spectrometer simultaneously collects spectral data in a wide spectral range.While that a dispersive spectrometer measures intensity over a narrow range of wavelengths at a time. FTIR has made dispersive infrared spectrometers all but obsolete (except sometimes in the near infrared), opening up new applications of infrared spectroscopy.

Application: • To obtain the FTIR spectra of powder and film materials • Microscope to identify a particular location for FTIR analysis • Attenuated Total Reflection

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FTIR Spectroscope

Make & Model: Bruker, Alpha E
Location: BM227
Instrument Incharge: Prof. Kunal Pal
In-charge Email Id: palk@nitrkl.ac.in
Instrument Status: Functional

Specification: Wavenumber range: 500 - 4000 cm-1

Principle: FTIR spectrometry

Application: Analytical chemistry

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