Report-on-Technical-Seminar-Safety-Instrumentation | Event Date: Monday, 13th, March 2017
Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, School of Electrical sciences conducted a Technical Seminar on Safety Instrumentation on 13th March 2017 (Monday). The Technical seminar had two sessions. The seminar received an overwhelming response with the students from the Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering along with the research scholar and faculty members from the School of Electrical Sciences counting to 170 participants attended the seminar. The Technical Seminar began with the Invocation song. Followed by the Invocation song, the Technical Seminar was inaugurated by the chief guest Dr.Kallol Roy, Chairman & Managing Director, Bharatiya Nabhikiya Vidyut Nigam (BHAVINI), Kalpakkam.
Dr.G.Ilavazhagan, Director (Research) welcomed the chief guest Dr.Kallol Roy, Chairman & Managing Director, Bharatiya Nabhikiya Vidyut Nigam (BHAVINI), Kalpakkam and Guest of Honour Mr.V.Balasubramaniyan, Director, Nuclear Safety Analysis & Research Group and Safety Research Institute, Atomic Energy Regulatory Board, Kalpakkam . He also extended his warm welcome to the faculty members and students from various Departments. Dr.N.Vasudevan, Dean (Academics), Hindustan University gave the Presidential Address. He explained about the era of changes that has been carried out with respect to Instrumentation in the industries and its technological change over the decades. He encouraged the students to do more analysis and research oriented projects which will enhance their knowledge in understanding and elevating themselves to the Industrial expectation.
|[L-R] : Dr. Uppu Ramachandraiah, Professor and Head, Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Dr.G.Ilavazhagan, Director(Research), Hindustan University, Dr. Kallol Roy, Chairman and Managing Director, BHAVINI, Kalpakkam, Mr.V.Balasubramaniyan, Director, NSARG & SRI, AERB, Kalpakkam, Dr.N.Vasudevan, Dean(Academics), Hindustan University.||Dr.G.Ilavazhagan, Director (Research), Hindustan University welcoming the gathering.|
|Dr.N.Vasudevan, Dean(Academics), Hindustan University welcoming the Chief guest Dr. Kallol Roy, Chairman and Managing Director, BHAVINI, Kalpakkam with a floral bouquet||Dr.N.Vasudevan, Dean(Academics), Hindustan University delivering the presidential address.|
|Dr. Kallol Roy , Chairman & Managing Director, Bharatiya Nabhikiya Vidyut Nigam (BHAVINI), Kalpakkam presenting seminar on “Aspects in Safety Instrumentation Design”||Audience keenly listening the speech of Dr.Kallolroy|
|Mr.V.Balasubramaniyan giving his presentation on ““Introduction to Indian Nuclear Power Programme and Challenges in Safety Research”||Dr.G.Ilavazhagan, Director (Research), Hindustan University honoring the guests with a memento as a token of gratitude.|
Dr.Kallol Roy gave the inaugural address highlighting the safety instrumentation which is the foremost important aspect in any industry particularly in the power plants like nuclear power plants. Then he elaborated the gap between the instrumentation and Safety instrumentation explaining that both goes hand-in-hand. Followed by the inaugural address, Mr.V.Balasubramaniyan gave a special note to the young minds and the faculty members. He also expressed his thanks to the management for inviting him to deliver a special address. After Tea break around 11:00 AM, the session started with the presentation of Dr.Kallol Roy, Chairman and Managing Director, BHAVINI, Kalpakkam on “Aspects in Safety Instrumentation Design”. Dr.Roy elaborately explained about the importance of safety in many instruments and also the change in connections that has to be incorporated in a device for achieving guaranteed safety. He also elucidated about safety in data transfer from sensor to control (i.e.) process data that is being transferred from field to the control room. He added that process data transmitted should ensure hundred percent safety, if misused it will have a greater consequence. Finally he addressed about the emerging field IoT (Internet of Things) which has application in almost all fields of the engineering and medicine. At last he concluded with gratitude and wished the students a good luck for their future endeavor. The second session of the seminar began with the presentation of Mr.V.Balasubramaniyan on the topic “Introduction to Indian Nuclear Power Programme and Challenges in Safety Research”.
Mr. Balasubramaniyan elaborated about the overall power production in the world and rank of India. He also briefed about various form of available power production and its suitability for different countries. He elaborated the challenges and safety concerns in the nuclear power plant and future projects that are going to be established. Finally at the end of the session the students actively volunteered with various queries and got clarified the same from the experts At the end of the session, the participants shared their feedback about the seminar. Dr.G.Ilavazhagan, Director (Research) and Dr.Uppu Ramachandraiah, Professor and Head, Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering honored the guests with a memento as a token of gratitude. The program ended up with vote of thanks by Dr.Uppu Ramachandraiah, Professor and Head, Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering.
Post lunch the dignitaries visited the Centre for Sensors and Process Control(CENSE) in the Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering.Mr.G.Muthukumaran, Associate Professor, Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering explained the various projects carried out in the centre. The dignitaries were happy to see the demonstration of the projects. They also visited all the laboratories in the department and appreciated the infrastructure mentioning that the laboratories are well equipped and modernized. They also added that these laboratories will be a platform for students and faculty to carry out their projects and research work.