Digital Electronics Circuit Lab
Digital logic circuit lab introduces the two main branches of digital electronics, combinational and sequential. Thus the student gains familiarity in the fundamental elements of digital circuits, notably different types of logic gates and bistables. The techniques by which such circuits are analysed are introduced and applied, including Truth Tables, Boolean Algebra, Karnaugh Maps, and Timing Diagrams. The theory of digital electronics has little use unless the circuits can be built – at low cost, high circuit density, and in large quantity. Thus the key digital technologies are introduced. These include the conventional TTL (Transistor Transistor Logic) and CMOS (Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor). Finally, some standard digital subsystems, which become important elements of major systems such as microprocessors, are introduced and evaluated. On successful completion of this lab students will have a good grasp of the principles of digital electronic circuits, and will be able to proceed with confidence to further study.
1- Telecom Lab : provides practical experience over communication methods adapted by Zain (Microwave and Fiber systems), targeting engineering students and technicians.
2- Cisco Lab : Provides Basic and advanced knowledge in managing ip networks.
3- Wi-Fi Lab : Provide all skills needed to manage Wi-Fi home solutions and Enterprises Wi-Fi solutions.
provides practical experience on operation and configuration of cellular base transmission stations and microwave systems.
Electric and Electronic Circuits’ Lab
The Lab provides practical implementation of the electrical and electronic circuit courses; as students can perform various experiments on different electrical and electronic circuits, by connecting actual circuits and through simulation software, in order to study the theory behind the fundamental building blocks of electric and electronic systems.
The Automation Lab is fully prepared with the most recent reliable, easy-to-use, open standards-based hardware and software products developed by Opto 22 and used worldwide. Which can provide students with the knowledge needed in Industrial automation, process control, building automation, remote monitoring, data acquisition, and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications.
The Opto 22 SNAP PAC learning center which is available in the lab could guide students through the hardware assembly and software installation and gives them hands-on programming experience with the PAC Project software.
Also, the lab offers the opportunity for the students to get know more about Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) systems, which used to control infrastructure, facility-based and industrial processes such as wastewater treatment, gas pipelines, wind farms and PV solar power plants.
STEM Lab I & II
is an introductory lab in STEM education and technical computing using MATLAB. It is used for first year classes at Al Hussein Technical University. It considers the main tools and built-in functions of MATLAB that are used with the applied engineering materials. The lab sessions are used with one main target: to allow students to become familiar with computer software (e.g., MATLAB) to solve and simulate real-application problems. It has been assumed that the students have no prior experience with MATLAB.
The emphasis here is “learning by doing”.
STEM LAB II
The equipment in the STEM LAB II have a unique and tremendous functionality that will provide student with the modern STEM education aspects. The lab provides a wide-spectrum of technologies such as electromechanical systems, mechatronics and robotics technologies, Servo-pneumatics positioning systems, grippers and electric automation, image processing and machine learning, Sensors installation and calibration and CNC machines, that can be utilized in real-application and practical projects, a list of our STEM LAB II fascinating experiments:
1- Exploring Electricity.
2- Exploring Mechanics.
3- CNC Milling & Lathe Machines and Plastic Moulding.
4- Wind-Tunnel Facility.
5- Robotic Arm and Mechatronics Pneumatics and Fluid-PA Closed loop.
6- Robotino Lab (Robotics Programming and Sensor Implementation)
In the technology centre student will experience a unique environment, where he/she will have the opportunity to develop their interdisciplinary skills and foundation tools in various mechanical, electrical and energy projects such as robotics, Arduino and Raspberry Pi programming, Sensors and actuators insulation, energy system, electromechanical system, image processing, machine learning design, internet of things and drone’s system design. The technology centre lab also provides help to students with their individual innovative ideas and projects to convert it to a functional prototype.
Materials Properties & Testing Lab
The material lab discusses the major properties of materials by using state of the art testing machines and tools to allow the students to understand the material’s behavior on an experimental level and to also allow them to describe the response of materials in standard conditions.
This can be achieved by obtaining numerical data that can be processed into graphs, and equations turned into theoretical data and calculations. The lab is set according to educational and industrial standards to enable the student to make a comparison between several kinds of materials and recognize their characteristics and their applications.
At the HTU Engineering workshops, students are encouraged to learn practical, hands-on experience and methods to apply engineering concepts to real-life projects and problem scenarios; creating solutions, and working on research and development.
HTU Engineering Workshops consist of nine sub-workshops specialized in different engineering fields.
- CNC Workshop.
- Welding Workshop.
- Casting Workshop.
- Sheet Metal workshop.
- Machining Workshop.
- Electrical workshop.
- Woodwork Workshop.
- Pluming & Central heating Workshop.
- Construction Workshop.
Moreover, the state-of- art equipment that is available at the workshops help facilitate the learning process and in enabling students to create innovative projects.
This will help students not only understand the practical work relating to their studies, but also be innovative and add value to the industrial field on a regional level.