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thPlease fax/email/post duly filled-in registration form on or before 7 September 2014 to :Dr. K. C. Vora, Sr. Dy. Director & Head, ARAI AcademyARAI Post Box 832, Pune 411004 / S. No. 102, Vetal Hill, Off Paud Road, Kothrud, Pune 411038Tel: 020-3023 1248/ 1245 /1111, Fax: 020-3023 1104Email: [email protected]; [email protected]; [email protected]
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Automotive Fuels & Energyth th9 - 13 September 2014
SPEAKERSSPEAKERSDr. R. P. Verma : Consultant, (Formerly :Petrotech Chair Professor, IIT Delhi, Executive Director & Head R&D, Indian Oil Corporation Limited. Chairman Indian Oil Technologies Limited. Chairman Indo Cat Pvt Limited - a JV of Intercat, USA & IOCL).
Dr. Pratibha Sharma : Associate Professor, Department of Energy Science and Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.
Mr. Ashish Deshpande : Lead Technology Specialist, ANSYS, India.
Excellence in Education The Drive continues
(The Automotive Research Association of India)ARAI, Pune
5 Day ProficiencyImprovement Programme on
th th9 - 13 September 2014
Automotive Fuels & Energy
5 Day Proficiency Improvement Programme on Automotive Fuels & Energy
Dr. Mathew Abraham : Sr. General Manager, Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M), Mahindra Research Valley, Chennai.
Mr. Ashish Tarte : Head, Engineering & Development, Mahindra REVA.
Dr. M. S. Balathanigaimani : Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Petroleum Technology, Rae Bareli.
Dr. S. S. Thipse : Dy. Director, Powertrain Engineering, ARAI, Pune.
Mr. K. P. Kavathekar : Dy. General Manager, Powertrain Engineering, ARAI, Pune.
Mr. S. D. Rairikar, Manager, Powertrain Engineering,
Mr. M. M. Desai : Dy. General Manager, Automotive Electronics Laboratory, ARAI, Pune.
Mr. S. S. Ramdasi : General Manager, Powertrain Engineering, ARAI, Pune.
Symposium on InternationalAutomotive Technology 2015Towards Safer, Cleaner & Quieter World...SIAT 21-24 January 2015, ARAI, Pune, India
With the ever increasing crude oil prices and the alarming
environmental crisis, use of alternative fuels is no longer a
matter of future: it is a realistic issue of present.
Conventional fuel sources are getting a lot harder to
extract and the environment is also being heavily polluted
by emissions produced by burning petroleum products. It's
time now to reduce degrading the environment further
and the obvious way ahead is through use of alternative
fuels. Addressing these issues, this program is designed to
give an in-depth analysis of fuel products, quality, policy &
storage including alternate energy like Fuel Cells, Electric
Vehicles & Hybrid Vehicles.
Vehicle / Engine Manufactures
Organizations involved in Automotive Research, Design & Development, Testing & Certification, Calibration activities
Petroleum & Refinery personnel
Alternate Fuel Device Manufacturers
Engineers working on Alternate Energy like Fuel Cell, Electric & Hybrid vehicles
RTO / Environmentalist
Engineers who are interested in pursuing further studies on part time / full time basis
Engineering / consulting companies
Professors / engineering college students
, over five decades, has provided its design and development expertise to the Indian automotive industry, focusing on the testing and evaluation of components and systems to meet national and international standards. ARAI strives to achieve international recognition in these areas. In keeping with the globalization of economy and business, ARAI continues to enlarge its scope of services to meet the requirements of automotive industries around the world. In addition to utilizing state-of-the-art technology, laboratories and highly-trained personnel, ARAI recognizes the need to develop a new generation of engineers to meet the demands of the automotive industry, not just in India but across the globe.
is classified into three divisions:
has embarked upon a programme of building up human resources by commencing educational programme (Graduate Post graduate & Doctoral) with specialization in Automotive Engineering. It has tied up with VIT University (Vellore), Veltech University (Chennai), College of Engineering (Pune), University of Alabama (USA), Tennessee Tech university (USA), Loughborough University (UK) and University of Braunschweig (Germany).
has collection of around 14,000 books & standards, 50,000 technical papers and numerous journals, technical reports and seminar / conference proceedings. It publishes monthly magazine 'Automotive Abstracts' and supplies CDs of CMVR Type Approval Handbook and Automotive Industry Standards (AIS).
, In line with Post Graduate and Doctoral Programs conducted by various universities abroad, ARAI Academy has devised various Proficiency Improvement Programmes (PIPs), to be taught by ARAI, Academia & Industry
Experts. PIP gives engineers, faculty and student's knowledge and technical expertise in a wide range of automotive disciplines. It helps in understanding system's view point for automotive design and manufacture, with specific skills in formulating automotive engineering solutions in terms of their function and performance, through optional modules.
Based on the present system in universities, credits are proposed for each module, so that the graduate engineers can attend various modules and sum-up the credits required for Master's or Doctoral Programs. Participants also get chance to visit related laboratories of ARAI and get hands on experience. Certificates are issued on the basis of attendance & written test conducted at the end of the programme. We also conduct Training Programmes through WEBEX and Domain Training Programmes for Automotive Industry.
Please visit for more information.www.araiindia.com
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BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVESBACKGROUND & OBJECTIVES PROGRAMMEPROGRAMME
Category Registration Total Fees including Fees (Rs.) Tax of 12.36% (Rs.)
Engineers & 25000.00 28090.00Professionals
Teaching Faculty 15000.00 16854.00
Engineering 10000.00 11236.00College Students
(per participant) (per participant)
Registration fees include:
WHO SHOULD ATTEND ?WHO SHOULD ATTEND ? REGISTRATION FEESREGISTRATION FEES
MODE OF PAYMENTMODE OF PAYMENT
Note : ARAI reserves the right to change the dates, schedule, contents, speakers, venue etc. for the programme without any notice.
On completion of the module, the delegates should be able to:
Understand fuel quality & its challenges to meet future emission norms in India.
Understand petroleum refining &auto fuel policy.
Understand CNG & LPG / LNG & biogas technologies.
Understand regulatory trends for natural gas vehicles.
Understand design, development & testing of electric vehicles.
Understand synthetic fuels &futuristic technologies on biofuels.
Understand hydrogen technology & HCNG engine development.
Understand fuel cell technology.
Understand storage methods for fuels.
Understand recent trends in auto gaseous fuel cylinder.
Lead multi disciplinary teams.
Demonstrate independent learning ability necessary for conducting professional development.
Become self-disciplined and self-motivated, demonstrating personal responsibility in the pursuit of studies and professional practice.
INTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMESINTENDED LEARNING OUTCOMES
08.30 - Registration09.30 - Inauguration & Welcome Address10.00 - Fuel Quality & its Challenges to Meet Future
Emission Norms in India11.00 - Tea Break11.15 - Petroleum Refining- Fuel Quality Up-
gradation & Auto Fuel Policy13.00 - Lunch14.00 - CNG &LPG Technologies17.00 - Conclusion
ay Two 09.00 - Hybrid, Electric & Fuel Cell Vehicles11.00 - Tea Break11.15 - Testing of Electric Vehicle13.00 - Lunch14.00 - Biogas & LNG 17.00 - Conclusion
ay Three09.00 - Synthetic Fuels11.00 - Tea Break11.15 - 2nd Generation Biofuels 13.00 - Lunch14.00 - Future Alternative Fuels 15.00 - Recent Advances in CNG and HCNG Engine
Technology16.00 - Regulatory Framework for CNG Vehicles17.00 - Conclusion
ay Four09.00 - Introduction to Alternate Storage Methods
for Alternate Fuels10.30 - Tea break10.45 - Hydrogen Storage Systems11.45 - Metal Hydride based Hydrogen Energy
Storage Device13.00 - Lunch14.00 - Adsorbed Natural Gas Storage15.30 - Simulation of Hybrid, Electric Vehicle17.00 - Conclusion
ay Five09.00 - Design & Development of Electric Vehicle11.00 - Tea break11.15 - Recent Trends in Automotive Gaseous Fuel
Cylinder13.15 - Lunch14.15 - Written Test15.15 - Summary, Discussion and Feedback16.00 - Valedictory Function17.00 - Conclusion
5 Day Proficiency Improvement Programme on Automotive Fuels & Energy 5 Day Proficiency Improvement Programme on Automotive Fuels & Energy