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Nanotechnology, Engineering, View, Strategies, Future, Innovation, Inspiration through Education

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  • 1. Corus Presentation
    Knowledge, Skills & Experience
    For the Development of
    CORUS
    Ch. Pramod Kumar
    16th Nov 2007
  • 2. Synopsis
    Introduction
    Knowledge & Skills for the Role
    About CORUS
    Nano Technology
    Knowledge & Experience – CORUS
    Inspiration through Education
    Summary
    Appendix I & II
  • 3. Introduction
    Engineering
    BE - Electronics, Instrumentation and Material Science Engineering
    MSc – Nanoscale Science and Technology
    Projects:
    National Thermal Power Plant
    Material Science Research Project
    Information Technology
    PGDCA
    Software Programming Project
    Management
    BMT & LCE
    PLMS, HACCP, H&S
  • 4. Knowledge & Skills for the Role
    Technical Knowledge and support
    Effective Communication
    - verbal & Non verbal
    Open Discussions
    Functional Structured Composite
    12 Different 1,2,3D structures
    (Natural Roughness)
    Material to choose
    EXPERIENCE
    Analytical Calculations
    Prediction n Simulation
    3D, Ht3, DIGIPAC, MATLAB and C language
    Analytical Vs Simulated Values
    Manager, IT Team leader
    Multi tasking, Business Development, Customer focus
    Attitude, Behaviour
    Qinetiq, Thomas Swan, Pratham, School, JBS Scholarships, University, Projects
    TECHNICAL
    Communication
    Innovation
    Management & Presentation Skills
    Engineering Role
    Analytical
    Interpretation
    Dedication
    Technical data
    Materials properties and characteristics
    Structure and Packing
    NTPC prediction control
    MSc, BE, PGDCA, MBA, LCE
    Learnt, Shared, and Applied Nano & Fuzzy Technologies
    Environment and Natural resource
    CO2 storage and EOR
  • 5. CORUS
    CORUS
    STRIP
    LONG
    STEEL
    DIST& BUILD
    AL
    About Corus
    BRAND & ORGANISATIONS
    IISI, EUROFER,ISSB
    UK STEEL, IAI, EAA
    DANIELI CORUS
    TATA STEEL
    9.7B, 18.3M TON
    50 COUNTRIES
    MARKET POTENTIAL
    RESPONSIBILITIES
    DEVELOPMENT AREAS
    INTEGRATION
    ENVIRONMENTAL
    SOCIAL
    ECONOMIC
    SUSTAINABILITY
    LOCAL INITIATIVES
    CHARITY
    REPUTATION
    CORE VALUES
    RECYCLING
    METALLURGY
    CERAMICS
    METAL PROCESSING
    COATING
    ENGINEERING
    ENVIRONMENT
    TRANSPORT
    CONSTRUCTION
    AUTOMOTIVE
    PACKAGING
    AUTOMOTIVE
    ENGINEERING
    ENERGY
    CONSTRUCTION
    PACKAGING
    RAIL
    CONSUMER PRODUCTS
    DEFENCE AND SECURITY
    YELLOW GOODS
    SHIP BUILDING
  • 6. Nanotechnology
    Nanotechnology: “The technology at molecular scale”
    Nano:one billionth of a metre (10-9 m)
    Composite:a material that is made from several different substances.
    Human hair: 1µm
    Nano composite: Structures created by packing nanoparticles in a well defined pattern.
  • 7. Knowledge & Experience - CORUS
    YOUNGS MODULUS
    e= Fl/EA
    CORUS
    ELASTIC
    CONDUCTION
    NATURAL RESOURCES
    MAGNETIC
    CERAMIC
    HYDROPHOBIC
    ALLOYS
    COMPOSITES
    OXIDATION
    MATERIALS
    ENVIRONMENT
    CORROSION
    Fe2O3 + 3CO  2Fe + 3CO2; EOR, STORAGE, AGRICULTURE
    ALLUMINIUM ALLOYS + H2O ALLUMINIUM OXIDE + H2
  • 8. NANO COATING
    STEEL
    Contd….
    WATER DISPERSION RESINS (X EMULSIFIER)
    NANO (TiO2) + SiO2 Cleaning -----Corrosion
    AMORPHOUS & NANO COMPOSITE
    SiO2 CERAMIC SPHERES Scratch proof + Surface prot
    VOLATILE ORGANIC COMP Epoxy Solvent less
    ORGANIC & INORGANIC(Sol-Gel)
  • 9. Inspiration through Education
    What inspiration? Creativity and motivation
    Why does it inspire me? Interest in Science, Einstein’s Ideas and Father’s Encouragement
    Inspiration = (Power) (Creativity. Confidence. Challenge)
    I = P C3-----------(Equation 1)
    Whereas, According to Ampere’s Law, P=VI = I2 R
    Equation 1 can be written as
    I = (I2 R) C3 --------(Equation 2)
    According to great Einstein’s equation E = mC2 C2=E/m -----(Equation i)
    Substituting Equation (i) in Equation 2 we get,
    I = I2 R (C. E/m)
    Which can be written after solving
    m = I C R E
    (me, Motivation, mass)= (Inspiration) (Creativity) (Recognition) (Education)
    Motivation (Encouragement) = (Individual) (Creativity) ------- Einstein’s greatest quote
  • 10. Summary
    Introduction
    My Knowledge & Skills for the Engineering Role
    Brief about CORUS
    Nano Technology and Properties
    Knowledge & Experience applied to CORUS
    Inspiration through Education
    Appendix I and II
  • 11. Appendix I
    Conductivity (Energy, Transport, Consumer appliances)
    Ag>Cu>Au>Steel>China>Glass>Plastic + CNT (good electrical and heat conductor)  light wt, strong
    Ceramic Magnets (metal oxides + carbonates)  Magnetic Lev trains
    Corrosion (Automotive, Aerospace, Industrial Engineering) Na>Mg>Al>Zn>Fe>Sn>Pb>Cu>Ag>Au
    Metals + (Cr, Ni, Zn, by grease/paint/plastic/plating)  to avoid corrosion
    Metals + Polymers (Nano coatings)  Less corrosion, solar panels for automotive industry
    To avoid oxidation from water, air etc.,
    Metal + Hydrophobic surface (nano particles)  repels water and stops corrosion
    EXAMPLE FOR HYDROPHOBIC SURF
    NANO-COMPOSITE/POLYMER
    COATING ON WELL CAPS WITH
    HYDROPHOBIC SURFACTANTS
    WATER REPELLANT
    =OIL RECOVERY PROCESS (EOR)
    EXAMPLE FOR HYDROPHILIC SURF
    ALLUMINIUM ALLOYS +H2O
    HYDROPHILIC SURFACTANTS
    NANO-COMPOSITE COATINGS
    ALLUMINIUM OXIDE + H2
    = H2 IS FUEL FOR CARS AND AUTOMOBILES
    NOTE : SURF = SURFACTANTS; CONTENT FROM SCIENCE DAILY AND GOOGLE WEBSITES
  • 12. Appendix II
    Elastic Behaviour (depends on the load , force and extension)
    Metals + CNT  Increase in Elastic behaviour
    Measured by Young’s Modulus e = Fl/EA (Extension = Load*Length/Young’s Modulus*Cross-sectional Area)
    Natural resources
    NTPC – prediction and simulation of final output by calculating the sensor values at initial stage
    Adv – Control of natural resources (such as coal), and energy
    Recycling and proper training for nation will control the metal ore wastage
    Environmental Effect
    CO2 - During steel production carbon dioxide and monoxide are released
    Fe2O3 + 3CO  2Fe + 3CO2
    CO2 can be controlled by dumping, storing or sending into enclosed agricultural area/ used in Enhanced oil recovery (EOR) in oil exploration and upstream production
    Other Innovative Ideas
    Car with solar/wind/fuel cell/ hydrogen power/ heat energy – a collective source of renewable car
    Super computer with 117.9 Trillion calculations/second (TATA) has been revealed – used in quantum physics, weather, chemical compounds, aircraft technical calculations, and also in nuclear power control