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Sustainable Energy Development for Improved Quality of Life

October 16- 17, 2003; Hotel Hyatt Regency, New Delhi. INDIA

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Technical Paper Presentation

Full length papers (in about 5000 words) in English on any of the Conference topics, are invited for presentation in the Conference. The Conference topics do not limit the authors from preparing paper on topics not listed. However, when preparing papers, please consider/ suggest the appropriate stream for your paper and take into consideration the theme of the Conference.

The papers should be typed in A-4 size good quality paper on one side only. All drawings and diagrams should be drawn on A4 size white paper with black ink. Photographs should be in black and white on glossy paper.

An IBM compatible computer floppy size 3" using MS Word (suitable for windows) and two hard copies are also required to be submitted. The papers will be screened by the Technical Committee. Acceptance of the papers will be communicated to the authors in time.

The accepted papers will be printed in the proceedings for circulation to the participants. The authors should also send two passport size photographs and a brief C.V. along with the paper.

Cut Off Dates

Intention to submit papers - 31.07.2003
Submission of Full length paper - 30.08.2003

Some of the Papers received were:

1. Transmission & Distribution, Communications & Information Technologies in Power Industry- Mr Arvind Jadhav, Joint Secretary, Govt.of India, Ministry of Power
2. Disaster Control: Its Planning & Management in Large Thermal Power Station- Mr Srajan Mangal
3. Rehabilitation Aspects of Steam Turbine Components in Thermal Power Generating Stations- Mr S C Mangal, DGM (Erection), NTPC, Sipat
4. Management of Total Energy- Mr M V Krishna Rao, Director, Global Energy Consulting Engineers Pvt Ltd
5. Reduction of T&D Losses- Mr Jagdish Sagar, Chairman & Managing Director, Delhi Transco Ltd
6. Private Sector Participation- Mr Keshav Saran, Former CMD, Engineers India Limited
7. Power Sector Reforms- Mr P Abraham, Member, Union Public Service Commission & Former Secretary- Power, Govt. of India
8. New Technologies in Thermal Power Generation- Mr V S Verma, Member (Planning), Central Electricity Authority
9. Environmental Management & Enhancement- Mr T K Dhar, Former ED, NTPC
10. Environmental Management & Enhancement- Mr Binay Kumar, Director (Personnel), NHPC
11. Afforestation & Management of Green Belt, Rehabilitation & Resettlement- Ms Neetu Hooda, Conservator of Forest, ICFR&E
12. Environmental Impact Assessment- Mr Atul Srivastava, ADG (EDu), ICFR&E
13. Environmental Management for Sustainable Development- Dr G D Gautama, Former Chairman, WBSEB
14. New Technologies in Hydro Power Generation- Mr V S Verma, Member (Hydro), Central Electricity Authority
15. Environment Management & Enhancement- Dr (Ms) Usha Bhat, Chief Environment, NHPC
16. Financial and Contractual Aspects of Power Supply- Mr P S Bami, Former CMD, NTPC
17. Clean Development Mechanism and Renewable Energy- India's Perspective- By D. N.Yuvaraj Dinesh Babu, Research Associate, TERI
18. Adoption of Renewable Energy Sources for Sustainable Energy Development- Mr S P G Chaudhari, Director, WBREDA
19. New Technologies for Steam Generators- Mr R C Yavagal, GM, Alstom Projects India Limited
20. Intricacies in Spray Control Valves Engineering- Mr R Krishnamurthy, AGM, BHEL
21. Environmental Management in Power Sector for Sustainable Development- Mr H.L.Bajaj, Chairman, Central Electricity Authority
22. Fuel Option in Gas Turbine- Dr. B.S.K.Naidu, Director General, National Power Training Institute
23. Renewable Energy Sources- Mr Ajit K.Gupta, Adviser, Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources
24. Solar Thermal & Solar Photovoltaics for Sustainable Energy Development- Dr. E.V.R.Sastry, Adviser, Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources
25. New Technologies in Power Generation- Dr. S.K.Chopra, Sr. Adviser, Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources
26. Water resource development for hydro generation- Mr D G Kadkade, Chief Adviser, Jaiprakash Industries Ltd
27. Environmental Impact Assessment- A Case Study of Upper Kolab Hydro Electric Project- Mr N.N. Panigrahy, Sr. General Manager (EL), Upper Kolab Hydro Electric Project, OHPCL
28. Promoting Energy Efficiency in Thermal Power Stations through Adoption of State-of-The-Art Technologies and Renovation and Modernisation - Mr P.R.Balakrishana, GM & Mr R.K.Anand, DGM, BHEL, Noida
29. Trends in Gas Turbine Emissions - Striving Towards Greener Environment - Mr Sanjit Mishra & Mr K.R.Bhardwaj, BHEL, Noida
30. Importance of Residual Life assessment Studies and Crack Management in Sustainable Energy Development for Green Power - Mr C. Chandrasekharaiah, Mr Hargovind Sharma & Mr Amitabh Srivastave, BHEL, Hardwar
31. Renovation and Modernisation of Boilers & Auxiliaries Using Latest Technologies – Mr R.T Yavagal, GM, Alstom
32. Key note address by Mr A.K.Sah, Former CMD, NTPC & Chairman, "Long term perspective of sustainable energy Mix upto 2050"
33. Large Supercritical Units For Future Power Plants" Mr G.S.Bindra, AGM & Mr N.K.Gupta, AGM,
34. Reusability of Wastewater from Thermal Power Stations in Coastal Area - Mr S. Mrhari, Faculty of Civil Engineering, National Institute of Technology- Karnataka, Surathkal
35. Improved Availability and Reliability of Lignite Boilers Through Optimized Operation, Planned Preventive Maintenance And Condition Based Maintenance Method - Mr R.Nedungkeeran, Dy. Chief Engineer, Neyveli Lignite Corporation
36. Hydro Power Projects Emit GHG - A Myth Or Reality - by Mr Bal Mukand Executive Director (Planning), Mr R.N.Mishra Chief Engineer (Planning) and Mr Ashish Dutta Engineer (Planning), NHPC
37. Environmental management for Coastal Power Project at Sikka - Mr Santosh Pradhan, Jamnagar, Sikka Thermal Power Station, Gujarat Electricity Board
38. Review of Indian Power Sector: Evolution, Crisis And Reforms - by Mr Tripta Thakur, Mr S.G. Deshmukh, Mr S.C. Kaushik, Mr S.C. Tripathi, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi
39. Environmental Management for Power Projects - Er. S.N.Sahu, Senior General Manager (Electrical), Balimela Hydro Electric Project, OHPCL
40. Retrofit of ESPs in Neyveli TPS-I for environment improvement - by Mr K. Ponnusamy, Dy GM- Planning & Technical and Mr C. Vijayan, Addl. Chief Manager, Planning, TPS-I, NLC Ltd., Neyveli
41. Environmental Management For Sustainable Development In Power Sector- Mr Singsit, Deputy Director General (Research), Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education, P.O. New Forest, Dehradun
42. Hydel power assessment for small catchments in Himalayan region using GIS & RS techniques- Mr Anit Ghose, VP, Webstar Infotech (P) Ltd
43. Critical issue in selection of Superheater and Reheater spray control valves - Mr R.Krishnamurthy Addl. GM/Product Engineering (Fossil Boilers), Mr Aswin Dinakar Sr. Product Engineer (Fossil Boilers), Mr P.V.Raman Dy. GM, Controls and Instrumentation, BHEL, Tiruchirapalli
44. Expanding role of e-Power in management of Distribution sector - by Anjuli Chandra, Director, Central Electricity Authority
45. Energy Accounting And Auditing In Power Distribution Systems - by Anjuli Chandra, Director Central Electricity Authority
46. Renovation, Modernization & Life Extension (RM&LF) Hydro Planning - by Mr Rakesh Nath, Chairman, BBMB
47. Commissioning of Satluj Vidyut Nigam Hydro Project - by Mr Y.N.Apparao
48. "Reduction of transmission and distribution losses and Demand side Management"- Mr B.G.Rudrappa, Former Chairman, Karnataka Electricity Board & Chairman, Technical Advisory Committee, KPTCL
49. Latest development in Power system in the advance Power electronics, dispersed and distributed generation and efficient power system conditioners- Mr Mata Prasad, Former Adviser ABB & Distinguished Member, CIGRE
50. Combustion, Characterization of a Pulverized Coal 210 MW Boiler through Computational Fluid Dynamics approach- V.Saravanan, Ramakrishna & S.Seetharamu, CPRI, Bangalore
51. Energy Storage- A Pumped Storage Approach- by Mr Bal Mukand Executive Director (Planning), Mr Atul Kumar, Chief Engineer (Planning), NHPC
52. Assessment of Hydropower Project Construction of River Water Quality- Dhauliganaga H.E. Project, a Case Study- Mr Shahid Ali Khan, Manager (Env) & Mr Gaurav Kumar (Env.) Officer, NHPC
53. Sustainable Energy Development in Ontario, Canada by Ali A. Khan, Ontario Power Generation Inc., Canada
54. Power Electronics Technology for Green Power By Dr Z V Lakaparampil & R Sudeep Kumar, Joint Director, CDAC, Trivandrum [formerly ERDCI (T)]
55. Flow Modeling for Cleaner, More Efficient Power Generation- Shri Rasik Arora, Business Development, Fluent India Pvt. Ltd.
56. Renewable Energy Options to Bridge the Power Generation Gap- Shri Ashok Kumar Sinha, Prof. - Instrumentation and Control Engg. Galgotia Institute of Technology & Engg, Greater Noida, (UP) & Smt Surekha Dudhani, Assistant Professor of Electrical Engg., Bharathi Vidyapeeth's College of Engg., New Delhi
57. Study of Validity of Software for the Known Site of the Wind Farm- Makwana M. N., Jejurkar A. N. and Karhadkar G. D, Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Technology & Engineering, The M. S. University of Baroda, Vadodara
58. What IT Can and Cannot do for the Power Sector & Distribution in India- Link to Reforms, Incentives & Management- Shri Rahul Tongia, Asst. Research Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
59. Electric Load Forecasting Using NNLFT - Shri Narayana Prasad Padhy, Department of Electrical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee, Shri Anurodh Saxena & Shri Vikas Kumar
60. Power Generation Management for Global Challenges- Mr Amit Pandey, A. Cameron, and Gorky Chakraborty
61. Artificial Superconductivity- Shri Suresh Kumar Baliyan, M.Tech, National Institute of Foundry and Forge Technology, Ranchi
62. Municipal Waste to Energy: Failures & Opportunities- Mrs Almitra H Patel, Member, Supreme Court Committee for Solid Waste Mgt
63. Mainstreaming Alternate Technologies in Market Place- Mr Hariharan Chandrashekhar, Director, Biodiversity Conservation India Ltd
64. Financing Energy Conservation Projects- A Study Of Indian Experiences- Dr. S. Mallikharjuna Rao, Reader, School of Management Studies, University of Hyderabad
65. Use Of Multi-Fuel System In An Alkaline Fuel Cell- Shri A. Verma, K. V. Singh, S. Basu, Department of Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
66. Distributed Generation from Renewable Energy Sources in North East India: Prospects and Strategies - Shri Debajit Palit, The Energy and Resources Institute, Guwahati

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