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Technological & Engineering Challenges in Indian Aerospace Industry

  1. 1. IEI and Uttarakhand State Centre University of Petroleum & Energy Studies University of Petroleum & Energy Studies (UPES) is India's and Pan Asia's first Energy & Core Sector University. UGC approved and NAAC accredited, UPES offers over 50 graduate and postgraduate programs to more than 5000 students in the high growth sectors of Oil & Gas, Power, Aviation, Shipping, Automobile, Infrastructure, Electronics, IT and Logistics & Supply Chain. The Centre for Continuing Education (CCE) and Centre for Aviation Studies (CAS), UPES offer Executive programs through distance learning mode for the working professionals. A statutory university, UPES was established in 2003 through an Act (UPES Act, 2003) of the State Legislature of Uttarakhand. It is situated in a picturesque, 30-acre spacious campus Pondha valley, Dehradun. Since its inception, UPES has emerged as a world-class institution; dedicated to developing super-specialized, ready to deploy managers and engineers for domain specific Industry. UPES is committed to provide training, research, consultancy or outreach services in Energy & allied areas. Moreover, within a very short span of time, UPES has become the "Institution of Choice" for students and corporates in the Energy and Core sectors. UPES is pro-actively involved research and development activities. Eleven exclusive dedicated research centers are deeply engaged in exploring, discovering and understanding various aspects of core sectors in chosen domains. Dehradun – Capital City of Uttarakhand Dehradun, the capital of Uttarakhand is situated in the foothills of Himalayas, about 230 Km from Delhi. It is well connected by air/rail/road from Delhi and by road and rail from major cities of India. Several research and development institutions international and national repute namely Forest Research Institute (FRI), Indian Military Academy (IMA), Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology and Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC), Central Soil & Water Conservation Research & Training Institute, etc. are located. Mussoorie the famous Hill Station, Rishikesh and Haridwar are within 70 Km. from Dehradun It has a pleasant weather throughout the year Normally temperature of Dehradun varies from 17-24C during Nov. month. Post Convention Tour A one day paid tour shall be organized for the delegates in and around Dehradun including Mussoorie/ Tehri Dam to the places of interest on 10th Nov., 2013. Interested delegates may kindly give their option for visits to the places with registration. in in of . National Advisory Committee Chairman: Er. S. S. Rathore, President , IEI Co-Chairman: Padamashree Prof. R. M. Vasagam, Chairman, ASDB, IEI Dr. S. J. Chopra, Chancellor, UPES, Dehradun Convenor: Dr. Om Prakash, Associate Head, Dept. of Aerospace, COES, UPES Co-Convenor: Er. R. P. Jamloki, Past Chairman, IEI, UKSC, Dehradun Er. K. P. Tripathi, Imm. Past Chairman, IEI, UKSC, Dehradun Members: Dr. R. Krishnamurthy, Member, ASDB, IEI Er. Vijayamohanakumar S. R., Member, ASDB, IEI Er. Narendra Singh, Vice-President, IEI Dr. S. Shubha Rao, Surveyor General of India, Dehradun Prof. Pradipta Banerji, Director, IIT, Roorkee Dr. D. S. Chauhan, Vice-Chancellor, UTU, Dehradun Dr. Parag Diwan, Vice-Chancellor, UPES, Dehradun Dr. Krishna Kumar, Vice -Chancellor, DIT University, Dehradun Dr. Prahlada, Vice-Chancellor, DIAT, Pune Dr. Rajendra Prasad Dhobhal, Director General, UCOST, Dehradun Dr. M.Y.S. Prasad, Distinguished Scientist & Director, DoS, Andra Pradesh Dr. M. M. Kimothi, Director, Uttarakhand Space Application Centre, Dehradun Dr. Y.V.N. Krishna Murthy, Director, IIRS, Dehradun Dr. C. P. Ramanarayanam, OS & Director, GTRE, DRDO, Bangalore, Shri S. Varadarajan, Director, LRDE, DRDO, Bangalore, Shri M. C. Dathan, Director, LPSC, DRDO, Thiruvananthapuram Shri Rajendra Velagapudi, Sr.VP & Head- Aerospace BU, Infotech Enterprises Ltd. Shri Deepak Garoo, Quality Manager, Pratt & Whitney, UTC India Pvt Ltd, Bangalore Shri Mirza Faizan, CEO, Avembsys Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore Dr. R. K. Sharma, Scientist-G, Project Director, DRDL, Hyderabad Dr. Debasish Ghose, Prof & Chairman, Dept. of Aerospace Engg., IISc, Bangalore Shri P. K. Pandey, Head of Aerostructures, Global Engineering Centre-India, United Technologies Corporation- Aerospace Systems, Bangalore Prof. Utpal Ghosh, Pro Vice-Chancellor, UPES, Dehradun Dr. Kamal Bansal, Director, COES, UPES, Dehradun Dr. Mukesh Saxena, Prof. & Head, Dept. of Mechanical, COES, UPES, Dehradun Dr. Uger Guven, Dept. of Aerospace, COES, UPES, Dehradun Er. Anant Bhaskar Garg, Hony. Secy., IEI, UKSC, Dehradun Organizing Committee Chairman: Er. J. P. Tomar, Chairman, IEI, UKSC, Dehradun Co-Chairman: Dr. Shrihari, Campus Director, UPES, Dehradun Organizing Secretary: Dr. R. K. Tripathi, Dept. of Aerospace, COES, UPES Jt. Organizing Secretary: Er. Anant Bhaskar Garg, CIT, COES, UPES, Dehradun Members: Er. S. C. Goyal, Past Chairman, IEI, UKSC, Dehradun Er. C. P. Sharma, Exec. Comm. Member, IEI, UKSC, Dehradun Er. R. K. Jain, Exec. Comm. Member, IEI, UKSC, Dehradun Er. P. K. Bhargava, Exec. Comm. Member, IEI, UKSC, Dehradun Er. S. H. A. Jafri, , IEI, UKSC, DehradunInvited Member Er. Ram Shankar, , IEI, UKSC, DehradunInvited Member Mr. Sudhir Joshi, Dept. of Aerospace, COES, UPES, Dehradun Mr. Sourabh Bhat, Dept. of Aerospace, COES, UPES, Dehradun Mr. Karthik Sundarraj, Dept. of Aerospace, COES, UPES, Dehradun Mr. Linsu Sebastian, Dept. of Aerospace, COES, UPES, Dehradun Mr. Pavan K. Nanduri, Dept. of Aerospace, COES, UPES, Dehradun Mr. Sudhir K. Chaturvedi, Dept. of Aerospace, COES, UPES, Dehradun Mr. A. J. Arun Jeyaprakash, Dept. of Aerospace, COES, UPES, Dehradun Technical Committee Chairman: Er. Vijayamohanakumar S. R., Member, ASDB, IEI Members: Dr. A. K. Ghosh, Prof., Dept. of Aerospace, IIT, Kanpur Prof. P. Raghothama Rao, Retd., Scientist –G, CEMILAC Dr. Rakesh Kumar, Dept. of Aerospace, PEC University of Technology, Chandigarh Ms. Anita, Scientist C, IRDE, Dehradun Mr. Ajai K. Srivastava, Dept. of Mechanical, COES, UPES, Dehradun Mr. P. S. Ranjit, Dept. of Mechanical, COES, UPES, Dehradun Mr. Narayan Khatri, Dept. of Mechanical, COES, UPES, Dehradun Mr. Sourabh Bhat, Dept. of Aerospace, COES, UPES, Dehradun FIRST INFORMATION BROCHURE TWENTY SEVENTH NATIONALCONVENTION OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERS & NATIONAL SEMINAR ON Technological and Engineering Challenges In Indian Aerospace Industry” November 8 and 9, 2013November 8 and 9, 2013 Organised by The Institution of Engineers (India)The Institution of Engineers (India) Uttarakhand State Centre Dehradun inAssociation with University Of Petroleum & Energy Studies Dehradun under the aegis of Aerospace Engineering Division Board The Institution of Engineers (India) „ Dr. Ambrish Tiwari, Invited Member, IEI, UKSC, Dehradun The Institution of Engineers (India) was established during 1920 with a mission to provide quality education, training and applied research in the fields of technology and management to assist the engineering fraternity to be innovative and advanced to meet the challenges in the unbounded world of tomorrow and to be the front line interface between academia, research, industry and other sectors in advanced Engg/ Tech application and Key enabler in fostering high and thrust area programmes. It was registered under the Indian company's act 1913, in the year 1920 & was granted the Royal Charter of Incorporation 1935 by His Majesty the King George V of England in 1935. Presently it has 15 engineering disciplines. The Institution of Engineers (India), with its headquarters in Kolkata, India, is administered by a National Council with the President as its Head, and operates through 27 State Centres and 77 Local Centres, located at capital cities and towns of industrial and academic importance all over the country, and five Overseas Chapters. The Institution of Engineers (India) in the national member organization of world federation of engineering organizations (WFEO). Beside, the co-chairman of WFEO all the council members of IEI are the members of WFEO. The IEI is a member of Federation of Engineering Institutions of south and central Aries (FEISCA). The Secretary and Director General is the Chief Executive of the Institution. The Institution of Engineers (India); IEI, Uttarakhand State Centre (UKSC) came into existence with the formation of State of Uttarakhand during Nov., 2000. Earlier it was a chapter under Uttar Pradesh. In the year 2003, this Local Centre was upgraded to State Centre, Dehradun. State Centre being operated from a small office in premises of Yamuna Colony. A beautiful building near I.S.B.T. was constructed and the Institution was shifted in 2006 to this Building. Presently there are1290corporatememberof thestatecenter.
  2. 2. TWENTY SEVENTH NATIONAL CONVENTION OF AEROSPACE ENGINEERS & NATIONAL SEMINAR ON “Technological and Engineering Challenges In Indian Aerospace Industry” November 8 and 9, 2013 The Twenty Seven National Convention of Aerospace Engineers will be organized by the The Institution of Engineers (India), Uttarakhand State Centre in association with University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES) on 8th and 9th November, 2013 along with a National Seminar on “Technological and Engineering Challenges In Indian Aerospace Industry”. This Seminar provides an opportunity to bring the Experts, Industrialists, Engineers and business people from Aerospace Engineering sectors, academia and industry associations on a common platform to share their experiences, knowledge and views, benefiting all concerned. Present Status and Technological Challenges of Indian Aerospace Programme Enormous progress have been made towards indigenous Design, Development and Production of Aircrafts, Missiles and Launch Vehicles at premier Organisations, like Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL), Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) and Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) along with active participation of Industries and Academic Institutions. Many multinationals are having their base in this country to utilise the expertise available in this specialised field. Successful Flights of Aircrafts, like LCA, HANSA and SARAS, Missiles, like PRITHVI, AGNI, BRAHMOS, SAGARIKA and Launch Vehicles, like PSLV, GSLV and their variants used for launching national and international satellites, Space Recovery Experiments (SRE), Moon Mission, etc. are the testimony of the laudable progress. Further, the design and development of future Advanced Aircrafts, Tactical and Intercepting Missiles, Underwater operation of BRAHMOS, Reusable Aerospace Vehicles, Hypersonic Research Vehicles, Manned Missions, Micro Air vehicles, Air Breathing Engines for rockets and missiles, etc. are planned; and progress is being made to realize in near future. Scope This convention aims to contribute to enrich and develop a panorama of futuristic aerospace technologies and attain a level of stature among the Aeronautical and Aerospace fraternity of India. The main objective of the Convention is to discuss the recent advances and success in Aerospace Engineering in both Civil and Defence sectors and how to face future challenges. The recent success in aerospace technologies has set a great challenges and opportunities for the Scientists working in this field. The requirements include the development of advanced auto pilot to handle critical maneuvers of the aerospace vehicle, development of high fidelity multi-disciplinary design tools, design of advanced propulsion systems like cryogenic engines, advanced turbojet engines, scramjet, pulse detonation engine for futuristic flight vehicle design, light weight aerospace vehicles and smart structures. The advanced composite materials are required for aerospace vehicles to withstand high temperatures arising due to hypersonic flight. Successful culmination of Major Aerospace R & D efforts in India highlights the need to address issues related to Production with specific reference to participation of private sectors and entrepreneurial initiatives. The programme of the National Seminar will consist of Inaugural Session, Six Technical Sessions, Panel Discussion and Valedictory Session. Dr Vikram Sarabhai Memorial Lecture and State-of-Art Lecture will be delivered by eminent experts from the interdisciplinary fields of Aerospace Engineering. Experts from industries and academia, Defence organizations, R & D are being approached to deliver Invited Lectures broadly based on the theme and following sub-themes. Besides the invited talks, a limited number of selected technical papers are planned for presentation at the Convention. Sub-Themes Call for papers Technical papers relevant to the theme and sub-themes are invited from Researchers, Field Engineers, Academia, R&D Institutions, Defence Organizations and industries. All papers after review by the Technical Committee will be published in the Technical Volume of the Convention. The dates and deadlines for submission of papers are given below: Venue University of Petroleum & Energy Studies, Energy Acres, PO Bidholi (via Prem Nagar), Dehradun, Uttarakhand 248007, India Participation Central and State Government Agencies, Public and Private Sector Organizations, Universities. Defence Organizations, R & D Organizations are expected to participate in the 27th National Convention of Aerospace Engineers and the National Seminar. Experts from other countries are also expected to take part in this National Seminar. Proceedings The Technical Papers will be published in proceedings, which will be made available to the registered delegates. Papers will be included in the proceedings only when it is presented and registration fee is paid in time. Registration Registration of delegates will be made in advance by remitting the registration fee as indicated below along with the registration form and other requirements: Accommodation Limited accommodation will be arranged for the delegates in the guest house within the university campus on payment basis and based on availability. Hotel Accommodation at Dehradun can be arranged by the organizers on request. Delegates requiring accommodation are requested to write to us well in advance along with Demand Draft drawn in favour of “The Institution of Engineers (India), Uttarakhand State Centre” payable at Uttarakhand as per Hotel tariff. Payments – Cheque / Demand Draft All payments should be made through A/C Payee Cheques by Delegates and Organizations at Dehradun and by Crossed Demand Drafts / Multi city cheques by Delegates / Organizations outside Dehradun, drawn in favour of “The Institution of Engineers (India), Uttarakhand State Centre” payable at any of the scheduled Banks at Dehradun, India. Sponsorship Organizations are invited to take part in the event by sponsoring the event in the following categories: All Correspondence to be addressed to The Organizing Secretary Twenty-Seventh National Convention of Aerospace Engineers The Institution of Engineers (India), Uttarakhand State Centre Saharanpur Road, (Opp. ISBT), Mazra, Dehradun-248 171 Tele & Fax: 0135-2641190, E-mail: , Dr. R. K. Tripathi – 09897933466, Dr. OmPrakash – 07579093297 / Receipt of Extended Abstract (not exceeding 1500 words) 7th Aug. 2013 Communication of Acceptance of Abstract 1st Sept. 2013 Receipt of Full text paper 1st Oct. 2013 Confirmation of acceptance of full paper 15th Oct. 2013 Aerodynamics Aerothermodynamics Aerospace Structures and Materials Aircraft and Rocket Engines Lunar and Interplanetary Mission Experimental and Computational Aerodynamics Advanced Propulsion system for Aerospace Vehicles Advanced Control Algorithms Composite Structures and Smart Structures Inter-Disciplinary Analysis Avionics Systems Ground Facility and Infrastructure Development Flight Dynamics, Guidance and Control Fuels and Propellants Unmanned Arial Vehicles Micro Arial Vehicles Remote Sensing Satellite Communication and Navigation Inertial Navigation System Satellite Systems Space Technology Mathematical Modeling and Coding For Aerospace Applications Aero-acoustics and Noise Combustion Modeling Multi-phase Simulations Fluid-Structure Interaction Parallel Computing Arial Robotics Related Aerospace, Satellite and Rocket Technologies Corporate Member of IEI ? 1,200/- Non-Member (Individual) and Delegates from Educational Institutions ? 2,000/- Sponsored Delegate from Industry / Research Organizations ? 3,000/- Technician / Engineering College Students ? 800/- Platinum Sponsor: ? 5, 00, 000 /- * Full Page Advertisement on Convention Proceedings in Multi-color Gold Sponsor: ? 2, 50, 000 /- * Full Page Inside Advertisement on Convention Proceedings in Multi-color Silver Sponsor: ? 1, 50, 000 /- * Full Page Inside Advertisement on Convention Proceedings * Sponsors Profile will be included in one full page of technical volume + Three delegates free Er. R. P. Jamloki - 09412992739, Er. C. P. Sharma - 09837893739 Er. K. P. Tripathi - 919412910718