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A World Class
Energy Technology & Research Institute By: Dr R.R.Sonde Ph.D, FNAE On 3/8/2004
Synopsis A. NTPC Profile B Technology Centre in Energy-- The Imperatives
C. The Roadmap for Technology Centre
D. Net working with institutes
Part-A NTPC Profile
NTPC Vision “To be one of the world’s largest and best power utilities. powering India’s growth” .Genesis & Vision of NTPC NTPC was set up in 1975 in the central sector to bridge the widening gap of demand and supply of power in India.
980 3.) CAPACITY (MW) NTPC OWNED COAL GAS / LIQ.249 MW (Nos. FUEL TOTAL 13 7 20 17. .NTPC-The Premier Power Company Present Generation Capacity is 22. NTPC also manages Badarpur Thermal Power Station (705 MW ) of GOI in Delhi.249 In addition.955 21.935 OWNED BY JVCs COAL GRAND TOTAL 3 23 314 22.
000 MW company by 2012 .000 + 4000 + 80-150 Technology Conv.Data Monitor UK The Business.CAPACITY PROFILE (MW) Present Capacity Constrctn Active Fuel Mix Coal Gas 22.000 MW and become 40.249 5.Sub 500/200 13 Coal Stations 7 Gas Stations CCPP-GT NTPC is surging ahead to add another 20.BOO thermal plants Projects: Full in-house implementation O&M: Purchase fuel to bulk power sale Consulting: full electricity value chain NTPC.Lighting 1/4th of India One of the largest thermal generator in the World.000 + 17.NTPC Today.000 + 9.
T.Global Stature Sixth Among the Top Ten Global Thermal Generators TWH 2001 600 500 400 300 501 175 200 100 0 152 146 141 133 128 126 102 94 TP C N AE P So (U ut S) he rn Co (U S) ES KO RA O KE P EL (I TA ) TE PC O (J AP ) TV A (U S) RW E (G ER ) (R M -U ES CO (S KR ) (S AF ) US ) EN Source: A. Kearney .
5260. Crores 30000 TURNOVER Rs.2 25000 20000 15000 10000 5000 0 92 93 94 95 96 PROFIT Rs.78 01 20 01 -0 2 20 02 -0 3 20 03 -0 4 97 98 99 98 92 93 94 95 96 97 99 00 00 - 91 - Years .Financial Performance Rs. 25964.
1.400 Bn with 30000+ employees Setting benchmarks in project construction and availability and efficiency Have a strong research and technology base Loyal customer base in both bulk and retail supply Preferred employer A leading corporate citizen with a keen focus on executing its social responsibility . in line with its current vision NTPC in 2017… Fortune 500 company An Indian MNC with presence in many countries Diversified utility with multiple businesses Amongst top five market capitalisation in the Indian market Group turnover1 of over Rs. NTPC would be a leading power utility in the world by 2017.2017 In summary.NTPC .
Part-B A Technology Centre in NTPC The Imperatives .
an enabler to sectoral reforms R&D Labs Academia .Technology and Indian Power Sector.an Overview Industry Technology Development Pursuit .
Finance. Marketing Functions Technology Build up Prime Examples UOP Xytel Product Idea/ Conception .New Product Idea Strong Operations.DuPont.Product improvement .General Electric .New Process Development . Academics .Bayer .Process Improvement .DOW Fundamental Research (DDR) In Labs. HR. .The Origin & Growth of World Class Organizations Exponential Growth Organization Further R&D (MDR) .
Hitherto NTPC Story Exponential Growth Organization Further R&D .New Process Development . O&M.Process Improvement .Product improvement .Return to original Model .While maintaining strengths Fundamental Research In Labs. Projects.New Product Idea Strong Engg. Academics This will require two pronged Approach… . Finance. HR Functions Technology Implantation Technology Build up ? ? The need is : Product Idea/ Conception ? .
Electricity Sector. is today facing similar technology questions as it faced 50 years back… 120000 Total Capacity (MW) 90000 60000 30000 0 1940 Technology Status Sellers Market Paradigm Shift Buyers Market 1950 Full Plant Import 1960 1970 Indigenous Manufacture 1980 Design Copy 1990 User Driven Customizations 2004 Design Replication 2010 2020 2030 Industry Setup Monolithic SEBs Central Utilities IPPs Regulators Distribution Focus Challenge Jump Start Capacity Addition Rapid Capacity Addition PLF Maximize Efficiency Focus Cost Focus Environment Focus Power Delivery The technology approach adopted to jump start capacity appears inadequate in the changing business scenario .
Making Power in Plenty & Also Make Money .New Business Environment Drivers Two Part Tariff Cost (+) Basis • Generous Normative Performance Levels Regulatory Regime • Norms Tightened Deregulation Price – Cost > 0 • No Norms • Market Forces COG POG COG: Profits: Paradigm Shift Buyers’ Market • Power Has to be sold • Survival of the Fittest Making Plenty of Money Through Power Sellers’ Market • Power is Purchased • Hand Holding By Govt.
Worldwide the Technology Development and Engineering are two separate activities...USP of developed world Plant EngineeringProfessional Engineers Cult Technology Developer Manufacturer Industry License Tech Lab Development Academia Utility Checks on Drawings and Documents System Plant Engineering Integration Manufacturer inspection shop. site tests . Technology Development .
Exponential Growth Organization Strong Finance. HR Functions Cost Reduction Intensified Products & Processes Integration of Technology Development of Required Knowledge & Technology Identification of Performance Gaps Product improvement Process Improvement Technological Growth Engines Technology Build up Product Idea/ Conception Fundamental Research In-house. O&M.NTPC. Academics New Process Development New Product Idea Product improvement.Driven by Technology Strong Engg. New Product Idea . Labs. Projects. Process Improvement New Process Development.
.Emergence of Technology Implant Culture in India.so internalized that these are no longer viewed as problems..especially as Electricity was considered an input and not an end unlike “Space” and “Nuclear” sectors . Equipment Supply Industry Collaborator Power Generation Utility Engineering Design Copy Operations Central Groups Equipment Manufacturer Equipment • Plant System Design • Technology Customization • Equipment Design Review Station Station Station Station Project • No new technology development • Poor technology customization • Weak technology improvement • Hamstrung cost improvements • Inadequate system design improvements • Inadequate equipment design intervention • Inadequate use of Project Management techniques • Engg Services dormant • No cost rationalization instruments • Missing self improvement & correction instruments • Bloated and outdated maintenance approach • Heavy Inventories • Sluggish Procurement methods • Inoptimal workforce utilization • Inadequate focus on fuel component • O&M services market lying dormant The weak links are a result of the technology import culture from the Colonial legacy.
The reason is late Indian entry to technology development arena.D. development • Imported designs were implanted Technology implants in the Electricity sector have had serious fall out on development of knowledge systems which are required for Technology Development . Sciences • Import escapism culture established • No studies on domestic conditions • Poor industry quality consciousness Systemic Distortions •Focus on Equipment Multiplication • Electricity perceived as an input • Availability of easy imports • Low focus on T. Affluent nations have had the advantage of SEQUENTIAL DEVELOPMENT facilitating knowledge systems development… UK Germany USA Russia Japan Technology Multiplication OEM Countries Scenario Electricity Technology Development Engineering Sciences Development 1800 1850 1900 1950 2000 Indian Entry Indian Industry Scenario Missed Opportunity • Few Technical Institutes established • No involvement in Engg.
. roll out and midcourse corrections.The effect entered even organisations set ups which do not differentiate between knowledge work. service functions and skill work… Typical Indian Organization • Mixed up knowledge and service functions • No education differentiation at entry • Absence of filters on Management Levels • Undifferentiated manpower movement • No separate specialist cadres Presence of distinct knowledge groups in the company structure provides a robust framework which facilitates informed management decisions and provides internal resources for new programme conceptualisation.
The sequential development in original technology countries resulted in evolution of country wide systems with “Knowledge and Technology” focus. The Originals Equipment Manufacturer UK Germany USA Equipment Russia Japan Power Knowledge Center Power Technology Center Power Plant School Universities Labs The differentiator and key enabler in such systems is the collaboration of industry-labs.academia.The GOLDEN TRIANGLE ...
which is one key objective of the new target framework without the systemic enablers will have limited improvement potential ...For the Indian Power Sector to grow on the competitive turf spread by the new Electricity Law it is necessary to establish the Golden Triangle. Equipment Manufacturer Industry Equipment Design Copy Utility Power Knowledge Center Power Technology Center R&D Labs Power Plant School Academia The Fundamental Pre-requisite Universities Labs Competition alone.
Cost Challenge Dramatic Cost Reductions Required OPERATING STATIONS: -Destination No.1 • Arrest and Reverse Increasing Trend of Maintenance Cost • Maximize Availability and Efficiency Age .Challenges For Enterprise Delivery Price To Make NTPC Lowest Cost Power Generator Critical Success Factors Challenge Cost/ MW NEW BUILDS: • Arrest and Reverse Increasing Trend in Capital Cost Without Compromising Quality Strategic intervention for selective technology Years induction required Availability Maint.
The new environment is creating Paradigm Mismatches for the utilities… Commercial - Making Power - Maximize Generation New Build High End (VX)!!! O&M Strategies Low End (LX)
- Making Money
- Maximize Profit
Replacement Based - Proactive Condition Based - High Spare Inventory R&M Strategies Predominantly Replacement Based
- Risk Based Maintenance
- Spares: Just In Time Philosophy
Changing Times- the real challenge
Indian society today stands on a cusp beyond which progress will telescopically expand
Cost Reductions- a quickly reachable destination • Systematic strategies are the only requirement • Solvable in 5-10 years time Need to look at the bigger picture
The real challenge lies in the future - Dramatic changes are in the offing - Power sector has to shoulder these
The power sector has to reorient itself to the new challenges for positive deliverance
World Energy Systems- getting electrified and decarbonized
The world is predicted to become more and more dependent on electricity World Benchmarks- Global Energy System Population (billion) Primary Energy, Gtoe/yr Electricity Fraction of primary energy (%) Electricity Consumption (trillion kWh/yr) Electricity Generating Capacity (thousands of GW) Maximum Carbon Emissions (GT per year) 2000 6.2 10 0.38 13 3 7 2020 8 13 0.5 28 5 8 2050 10 17 0.7 60 10 10
Destination No. 2 - Resolve Energy/ Carbon Challenge
Global warming turnaround is not possible without developing countries participations
role The huge capacity will Destination No. 5 The question of sustainability of such mega development will naturally require a solution Power will have to metamorph into a new role in the future electricity dependent society . govt.population quality. infrastructure.Strengthen the power delivery system power delivery system The emerging Destination No.Enable Managed customer Service managed Networks service networks Utility Company wires Pipes Destination No. reliable and intelligent .Indian Energy Systems. social fabric.3 require a equally large. intelligent 4 society will give rise to Customer .rapidly changing scenario India is changing in all spheres.
proper metering. CAD distribution transformers & data communication systems • Custom power devices • Distributed power generation software . identification & control on overloading feeders.Power Distribution Technologies • Customer level intelligent automation system to ensure harmonic detection.
Power Transmission • Voltage stability assessment & control • Power system controllers • Operational strategies for maximising regional power transfer • Wide area measurement & protection .
Destination Identification.infinity vision KEY RESULTS Affordable Power Power to all 24x7 power Destination5 Green Power Digital Power Technological Growth Engines Destination4 Destination3 Destination1 Destination2 Strengthening the Power Delivery Infrastructure Managing Global Sustainability Enabling Digital Society Sustainable Development National Prosperity Reduction in cost of power Achieving the EnergyEnvironment Harmony 2010 2015 2020 2025 T I M E 2030 .
..An Infinity Vision for the future emerges ..
.Certain broad interventions for reaching the identified Destinations emerge from the Technology Driver-Destinations Matrix have been identified… Knowledge and Technology Drivers Cost Reductions Managing Energy/Carbon Conflict StrengthenPower Delivery System Enabling Customer Managed Ser Networks Managing Sustainability Challenge System Improvements Micro Technology Interventions Distributed Generation Advanced Coal Conversion Hybrid Power Systems Studies are underway to identify Technology drivers for destinations like enabling customer managed service networks.
creep/ Coatings • Robotized Maintenance Systems . chemicals) • Ageing Management TechnologiesCorrosion/Erosion/ Fatigue. ash.Actualization of the technology initiatives calls both for “Systemic Improvements” as well as “Technology Development”… New Initiatives • Revisit Procurement needs & specifications • Technology Options Studies • Village specific technology solutions • Availability Studies • Reliability Studies • Heat Rate Initiatives • Stations Modernization focus • Fuel Options Studies • Fuel Price Reduction Advocacy • New Ash utilization Initiative • New O&M Services Initiative • Centralized Procurement • Shared Maintenance Services • Inventory Management Focus • Productivity Enhancements Knowledge Activity Consolidation • Automate non-value added jobs • Create Knowledge Platforms • Create Power Plant Schools • Create Technology Platforms • Knowledge Groups in companies • Knowledge Worker Sustenance • Network with external agencies Technology Initiatives • IGCC development for Indian coal • Hybrid power system development • Distributed Generation Options • Carbon Sequestration Technologies • Fuel Cell technologies • Low grade heat utilization • SPM reduction technologies • On-line Energy Intensification and Diagnostic Model (EIDM) • Resource optimization & site integration technologies (water.
III .Integration of Solar Power & Kalina Cycle Part Condensate Return ID .Condensate Heating Using Flue Gas .B Solar Heating Additional Steam Turbine Ammonia Turbine Saved IP Exhaust Steam Kalina Cycle Stirling Engine Control Room Cooling Ammonia Absorption Chilling CW Cooling Completion Schedule : Dec’06 .Immediate Actions TM-1.Air Conditioning & CW Cooling Through Extra IP Exhaust Steam .1: Low Grade Heat Utilization : Phase .A Solar Heating Chimney ID .
ESP Technologies [RT-EP] SPM Control Technologies: Flue Gas Conditioning Solutions Flue Gas Conditioning System Ammonia based FGC SO3 based FGC Dual FGC Humidification System Hybrid FGC Aqueous Ammonia FGC Anhydrous Ammonia FGC Molten Sulfur FGC Granular Sulfur FGC Native SO2 Conversion System In-Line SO2 Conversion System Water Fogging System Water Mist System Steam Injection System Urea based Ammonia FGC FGC Technology Ammonia based FGC External SO3 injection based FGC Internal SO2 conversion based FGC Dual FGC System Humidification FGC System Hybrid FGC System Expected Date March’2K5 Sept’2K5 March’2K6 Dec’2K5 March’2K5 Dec’2K5 Target SPM 100 mg/Nm3 75 mg/Nm3 75 mg/Nm3 50 mg/Nm3 < 50 mg/Nm3 .
ESP Technologies [RT-EP] SPM Control Technologies: Flue Gas Distribution System Flue Gas Distribution Uniform Gas flow Distribution Skewed Gas flow Distribution Anti Sneakage System Flue Gas Distribution System CFD Modeling of Gas Distribution inside ESP Flow Model Test facilities of ESP Proto-Type Gas Distribution Solutions Expected Date March’2K5 Dec’2K5 March’2K6 Target Bypass FG % 0% SPM Control Technologies: Energization & Back Corona Control Systems Energization System Back Corona Limiting System Intermittent Energization System Pulse Energization System Minimum Voltage based System Minimum Voltage based System .
for Operator Guidance Interface with plant controls Artificial Intelligence Artificial Neural Network EIDM • • • • • • Advanced Instruments LPT Exhaust Steam Dryness Fraction Meter On-Line LOI Measurement Real Time FG Flow meter Real Time Condenser CW Flow measurement On-Line FG Analyzer On-Line Moisture Meter Phase-III. [Mar’05] .Efficiency Intensification & Diagnostic Model: EIDM [RT-EI] Plant Process Parameters Phase-I. [Sept’04] • Real Time Heatrate • Real Time Heatrate Deviation breakup due to a) Key Process Parameters. [Jan’05] Plant Simulation Tool • What-If Analysis Real Time Plant Diagnostics Tool • CFD Modeling Phase-IV. [Nov’04] Expert System. b) Key Equipment • Real Time Plant Equipment Performance • Real Time System Information Coal Properties & CV Condenser CW Flow Unburnt Carbon in Ash Gaseous Pollutant Flow LPT Exhaust Steam Quality Phase-II.
The Near & Medium Term Technologies .
New Energy Technologies TARGET: BREAKING CARNOT EFFICIENCY BARRIER Power Hydrogen Liquid fuels IGCC Coal & Alter nate Fuel Cell Power fuels LMMHD Power .
Road Map on IGCC SYSTEMATIC EFFICIENCY ENHANCEMENT PROGRAMME IN IGCC CYCLE 90 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 C6 Case 1: Base Cycle Case 2: Base Cycle+Hot gas Case Case 3: Case 2 +Class H Case 4: Case 3 +OTM 5: Case 4 +MCFC Case 6: Case 5 +SOFC Phase wise progression (2007-2015) .
1: IGCC Technologies • IGCC Technologies √ • Fludised Bed Gasifier Design & Development • Gas Clean-up • IGCC System Integration • Advanced Gasifier Cycles • IG-FB: Design/ Scale-up/ Optimization of Gasifier • IG-GC: Design & Development of Gas Clean up system • IG-SI: System integration for a base cycle • IG-AC: Advanced cycle consisting of -O2 Transport membrane .2.Near & Medium Term Technologies TM.Gasifier/ Combustor design .CO2/ H2 Separation .
Following areas for immediate cooperation have been identified… Hydrogen Energy Research: Hydrogen Generation Through IGCC Route. Rugged.Ammonia Turbine Cycle are required Distributed Generation Solar PV and Thermal Systems Ammonia Cycle Sterling Engines Carbon Sequestration . HTTR Hydrogen Storage: Metal & Chemical Hydrides Design & Development of IGCC Gasifier Design Hot Gas Clean up System.Ammonia Absorption Refrigeration system . Matching Gas Turbine Fuel Cells Development of Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell Systems Development of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell System Robotics CFD/ ANN Material sciences including corrosion & erosion Special Coatings .Cooperation with external agencies and collaborative development with be the focus of the new platform.Ceramic Filters High Efficiency.
dual ferritic etc) Super conductors. cryogenics. transmission & distribution Biotechnological applications in the field of hydrogen generation. Materials science for high temperature and hydrogen environment 9Oxide dispersed alloys. CO2 capture molecules etc Membrane science for air separation (oxyfuels). CO2 conversion etc . 5. 4. optical fiber technologies for power grid control. 2. Nanotechnologies in the development of fuel cell catalysts. hydrogen purification 3.SPECIFIC AREAS OF RESEARCH 1.
flue gas charcterisation 5. ANN modelling of the major sub systems of the power station 3. Design and development of SO3 / NH3 reactor for FGC 2. Development of on-line flow visualisation systems 6. CFD modelling of the boiler and surface condensers 4. FEM of the boiler and creep & fatigue analysis of critical systems . coal properties. Development of on-line sensors for unburnt carbon.The Major Joint Collaborative Projects Short listed R & D areas for collaboration 1.
Water chemistry and water networking 8. Ash utilisation technologies . Low grade heat utilisation projects 7.The Major Joint Collaborative Projects Short listed R & D areas for collaboration 6.
Energy and bio technologies . Solar energy integration (low grade.Joint collaborative efforts in new technologies 1. Carbon capture technologies (Membranes. IGCC – Gasifier design and development. PVs ) 4. Hydrogen energy research 3. nano materials etc) 5. combined cycle development 2. PSA. stirling engines. gas clean up system.
The Organization Structure .
faster and most economical manner.concentrating on fundamental research • App 25 Technology Missions • A Strategic Planning Group for Networking etc.Functional Groups • To carry out the technology development in a smooth. 37). of Centers of Excellence (App. • A Prototype Division • Other Essential Enabling Functions shall be: • Knowledge Centre • IPR Division • Human Resource • Finance • Contracts & Materials • Information Technology • Other Facilities . the Energy Technology shall have: • A no.
The Organization Structure Apex Research Council • NTPC Management • Eminent Scientist • Eminent Academic ED (ET) Retrofit Technologies New Technologies Fundamental Research Division Strategic Business Division • Providing overall direction • Supporting in selecting functional heads • Projects approvals Low Grade Heat Utilization Contracts & Materials ESP Performance Enhancement Energy Optimisation & Diagnostic Model EIDM Ash Utilization Ageing Management Advanced Controls/ ANN Alternate Fuels & Fuel Beneficiation Finance Knowledge Centre Human Resource Information Technology Architect Gasification & Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technologies Carbon Capture Technologies Solar Energy Technologies Bio Energy Technologies Power Delivery System Technologies Vision Conference Proposals Advanced Conventional Power System Technologies .
Research & Technology Development Division CoE-HT [Heat Transfer] CoE-PS [Process Synthesis] CoE-MS[Material Science] CoE-SE[Solar Energy] CoE-CFD[Comp. Fluid Dynamics] CoE-ANN[Art. Neural Networks] CoE-CE [Civil Design] CoE-CO[Corrosion Science] CoE-FM[Fracture Mechanics] CoE-FEM CoE-FS[Fluidization] CoE-SM[Simulation & modeling] CoE-RF[Refractory Design] CoE-ED[Equipment Design] CoE-CS[Catalyst] CoE-CE[Ceramics] CoE-SD[Sensors / Detectors] CoE-RC[Catalyst / Reactors] CoE-AC[Analytical Chemistry] CoE-MB [Membranes] CoE-BT[Bio-Technology] CoE-AD[Adsorbents] CoE-PC[Process Control] CoE-IS[Instrumentation] CoE-SX[Solvent Extraction] CoE-MH [High Temp Material] CoE-RX[Chemical Reaction Engg] Structure of Research & Technology Development Division .
Computing and Simulation Centre CoE: Centre of Excellence CoC: Centre of Competence .Structure of Enabling Technologies Division Enabling Technologies Division CoE in Advanced Materials CoE in Nano Technology CoE in Bio Technology SMART Technologies Technology Advocacy Group Legend: Special Analysis.
Components and Equipments Centre for Materials Testing Mechanical Mechanical Electrical DT / NDT Electrical Instrumentation Civil Business Process Division Civil Networking Business Development .Structure of Testing & Certification Division Prototype Division Centre for Performance Testing of Systems.
“When you really want something to happen. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho . the whole universe conspires to help you to achieve your dreams” ……..
Part-E Human Resource .
(variable) Cash canteen compensation 6500 561 1820 900 175 126 490 2806 587 .12000-4.0%-17250/-) Illustrative (Rs.Cost To The Company Of Executives At Executive Trainee Level: ( Rs. Literature Reimbursement Washing Allowance Bonus / Ex-gratia (variable) Generation Incentive – max. / Month at Minimum of Scale) Basic pay 12000 DA FCA Conveyance Reimbursement (Car) Shift Allowance Prof.
Variations may occur depending on actual place of posting.Cost To The Company Of Executives At Executive Trainee Level: ( Rs.12000-4. actual allowances admissible etc. . / Month at Minimum of Scale) Internet connection Children's Education Reimbursement LTC Leave and Holidays PF Gratuity Post-retirement Medical Scheme 167 300 1198 2058 1897 760 4216 Electricity subsidy Approx.5 lacs per annum 750 The above components are indicative.0%-17250/-) Illustrative (Rs.
including super specialty hospitals on the Company’s panel. Closed Holidays – 8. Reimbursement of OPD & hospitalization charges. HPL – 20 EL.30. Restricted Holidays – 06 • Study leave up to a period of 3 years after 3 years of service Membership of a Professional body. . along with leave Encashment facility.Allowances / Reimbursement / Benefits • Leave Travel Concession to Home Town / Anywhere in India. • Very liberal medical facilities without any contributions. Well equipped hospitals at projects with state of the art facilities and equipments. • Paid Leave : CL-12. Number of good hospitals.
Allowances / Reimbursement / Benefits Advances [At low rates of Simple Interest-reducing balance method) HBA Maximum of 7.291/.15.5 lacs.1. 33.11.structure) PC Advance – Rs.000/-.872/. Rs.Rs.a.(as per today’s price) Motor Cycle – Max.225/.000/Multipurpose Loan .40.p. after 5 years of service Conveyance Advance Car advance – Max Rs. Furniture Loan – Rs. interest free. .80.. interest free.
DAV and other convent schools upto Class XII to ensure education standards for children . recreation centers. parks etc. Education Of Children Schools of repute like DPS. excellently maintained township amidst lush green environment with all facilities like clubs. to ensure a superior quality of life. Accommodation Full fledged. marketing complexes. Kendriya Vidyalaya. movie theatres.Allowances / Reimbursement / Benefits Social Security/Insurance Benefits Coverage under: •Group Personal Accident insurance •Group Insurance •Housing Building Advance Insurance (with very nominal contributions by self) •Pension Fund.
28550 . MANAGER MANAGER SR. ENGINEER DY.23900 19000 – 4% . ENGINEER ENGINEER SR. GENERAL MANAGER GENERAL MANAGER EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR LEVEL E1 E2 E2A E3 E4 E5 E6 E7 E7A E8 E9 PAY SCALE 10750– 4% .20800 17500 – 4% .24750 19500 – 4% . ASSTT. GENERAL MANAGER Asst.22300 18500 – 4% .17250 12000 – 4% .25600 20500 – 4% .16750 11225 – 4% .17500 13750 – 4% . MANAGER DY.Growth Opportunities ELIGIBILITY FOR PROMOTION (IN YEARS) 3 1 3 3 3 4 4 4 2 3 - POSITION ASSTT.18700 16000 – 4% .26500 23750 – 4% . ENGINEER SR.
design of reactor. computer aided design tools Development of Heat exchanger networks. mini SO3 reactors. nano systems . Heat Exchanger network. plate & fine type) Development of Control & instrumentation based on model prediction controls in the existing plants to improve their performance. Advanced control system. creep & fatigue Aging management systems in power plant system 04. Chemical/ Mechanical Chemical/ Mechanical Thermal design. Electronics/ Instrumenta tion/Chemic al Control& Instrumentatio n Process control. equipment design. etc 03. Tech Students and the Specialization Sl No B Tech Discipline Specialization Nature of work M Tech 01.etc Design of reactor system for removal of contaminants. Mechanical Mechanical Fracture mechanics.. design of new type of heat exchangers (viz.Requirement of M. stress analysis. catalyst. mass transfer with RXN. Kinetics. Conversion of coal into chemicals. Model predictive controls. development of C&I for new technologies. carbon capture technologies. Process analysis. Chemical Chemical Reaction Engg. . 02.
Adsorbent design pressure swing adsorption etc. Tech Students and the Specialization Sl No Discipline Specialisation Nature of work 05. gas separation through membrane. 09. Metallurgy Metallurgy Material science. etc Bio-chemical Engg. . high temperature materials. etc 06. membrane design. Chemical Chemical/Bio -chemical Engg. Physical metallurgy ceramics. membrane design Power grid control. Solar energy systems. photovoltaic cells. Power evacuation system design.Requirement of M. PV cells. high temperature material design. optical fiber. Chemical Chemical Separation sciences . design of collectors. Mechanica l/Electrical Mechanical/E lectrical Solar energy heaters for collection of low grade energy. Electrical/E lectronics Power Systems Development of advanced power grid control systems 07.etc High temperature ceramic filters. Bio-energy technologies 08. In the field of bio-mass conversion into hydrogen and fuels Design of gas cleanup system adsorbent. development of nano particle systems.
Integrated Gasification & Combined Cycle .
Strengthening the Power Delivery Infra-Structure Smart Power Delivery Technologies Smart Energy Meter Technologies Remote Monitoring Technologies Embedded Fiber Optic Technologies Distribution Network Layout Technologies Intelligent Connecting Device Technologies High Performance Polymeric Cable Technology High Temperature Superconductor Technology Low Cost Underground Transmission Intelligent On-Line Analysis & Control Technologies Secure Power Transmission Technologies Higher Capability & Reliability of Transmission Grid Strengthened “Copper Plate” Power Delivery Infrastructure Compressed Air Storage Technologies Pumped Hydro Technologies Hydrogen Based Fuel Cell Technologies Electricity Storage Technologies Super conducting Magnetic Energy Storage Efficient Battery Technologies .
Part-D The Road Map for Technology Centre .
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