|1||NML/RSPA/2017/2018/10797||2017-09-01||2018-08-31||Innovation||Full tenure(1 year)||Engineering Support||HVAC, Electrical-Mechanical, Civil, Energy efficie|
Title: “Replacement of Existing (2Nos. 86TR Units) Inefficient Creep Central HVAC Plant with Energy Efficient HVAC Plant in CSIR-NML”.
Abstract: Primarily, the Existing HVAC system in NML-Creep building Block has 2Nos x 86 TR Reciprocating Chillers operating from the year 1973 with R-22 refrigerant. These chillers of this system have been maintained well, but over time their capacity got de-rated due to wear &tear and became less energy efficient corresponding to the existing energy norms. Due to lack of stand-by system also, existing system performance got degraded and useful service life for the system is surpassed and hence proposed for installation of new energy efficient HVAC plant from project engineering group.
This work briefly includes the project engineering activities like preparation of Technical specifications in terms of Electrical, Mechanical system requirements of HVAC system along with Design basis formulation, TDR evaluation, Developing P&ID for the system, equipment layout finalization, right of way (ROW) finalization, Supply- installation-commissioning and testing activities pertaining to new system as per the specification requirement of HVAC manual.
Critical civil works like False Ceiling, Piping& chilling line works also needs to be carried out. The areas covered under this work includes Creep laboratory, Mezzanine floor offices, Director Floor Offices, Lecture Hall, Committee Room and Auditorium.
With the new facility installation, 24×7 operation of HVAC plant will be provided in the creep laboratory with local control mechanism for maintaining ambient temperature as per ASTM standard. In addition, Energy usage for the HVAC plant will also reduce substantially with the incorporation of VVVF drive for secondary chilling water system along with energy efficient chillers of 125TR.
|2||NML/RSPA/2017/2018/55084||2017-09-01||2018-08-31||Innovation||Full tenure(1 year)||Information Technology Support||Customer Satisfaction Evaluation and Feedback |
Title: CSIR-NML_Clientele - A web-based information system for managing customer profile and feedback
Abstract: Primarily, the proposed system intends to create and manage profile of the existing and probable customers of CSIR-NML. It intends to provide an online platform for the customers wherein the customers can get all information about the projects, they sponsored. i.e. generating single window of information of clients and their projects. Secondly, the new system shall be converting existing manual /offline processes pertaining to "Customer Satisfaction Evaluation" and "Customer Feedbacks" into online processes. The system shall provide modules that would enable gathering and analyzing the client feedbacks online viz. Add/Edit/View Feedbacks, Generate Feedback Reports and Calculating Customer Satisfaction Index. Hence, the major objectives of the proposed system are to maintain profiles of our R&D sponsors as well as to keep track of their overall satisfaction levels.
|3||NML/RSPA/2017/2018/76577||2017-09-01||2018-08-31||Innovation||Full tenure(1 year)||Information Technology Support||RSPA Website, Project Information Management |
Title: Development and Implementation of an information management system for managing RSPA activities electronically
Abstract: The system shall enable online processes for proposal and reviews for the research support group projects at CSIR-NML. The proposed system shall become e-repository for all the information related to the projects as well as provide one window access to all information pertaining to the projects. Initially the system shall provide online modules for proposing a new project, reviewing and approving. After the successful implementation of the aforementioned online processes further development for project monitoring (financial and technical) and customized reporting shall be taken up viz. Updating, Progress Reporting, Reports e.g. Project History (from proposal to finishing) , Data Analytics- Custom Reporting based on user selected fields, and integration of data visualization.
|4||NML/RSPA/2017/2018/87020||2017-08-01||2018-07-31||Infrastructure Management||Full tenure(1 year)||Research Planning & Business development support||Testing and Calibration , NABL accreditation, ISO/|
Title: NABL Accreditation of MTE Division of CSIR-NML
Abstract: MTE Division of CSIR-NML caters for Industrial research, Basic research, Knowledge dissemination and mentoring with its state-of-the art microstructural characterization facilities, creep and fatigue for pursuing focused application oriented research. Expertise and facility have been created for structural health monitoring, remaining life assessment, and microstructural characterization.
Credibility of test and measurement results are extremely important in all the situations where decisions are taken based on these results. For the reliable test & calibration results, the data must be accurate, precise and reproducible. This is only possible when the laboratories performing tyhese tests and calibrations have competence in the areas of (i) Equipment & Infrastructure, (ii) Accommodation & Environment, (iii) Human resources, (iv) Test / calibration methods. Head, MTE strongly recommended for assessment of the management system of MTE Division as per requirements of ISO/IEC 17025 Standard and its accreditation by National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories (NABL). The proposal for NABL accreditation of MTE Division is raised by MR, NABL of CSIR-NML, and subsequently approved by the Director, CSIR-NML.
|5||NML/RSPA/2017/2018/87609||2017-09-01||2018-08-31||Knowledge Management||Full tenure(1 year)||Knowledge Resources Support||Non-Ferrous Metallurgy- R&D Mapping |
Title: Contribution of CSIR-National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur in the area of Non-Ferrous Metallurgy during 1950-2015 : A Case Study
Abstract: Since its inception, Non- Ferrous Metallurgy has been one of the major R&D areas of CSIR-NML, which is reflected in annual reports, technical reports, in-house publications, and research papers. The data, information and knowledge have been widely generated in the respective area are scattered in various sources. Therefore, it always being curiosity to know the total scientific output and impact in terms of R&D Projects executed, technologies developed, patents filed, and technologies transferred, research papers published in SCI, Non-SCI journals and proceedings. The beginner as well as the personnel already involved in non- ferrous metallurgy area required a cumulative output in the form of reports. Such type of study has not been done previously in the laboratory. Considering the need, the selected area is being taken for the R & D Support Projects Assessment (RSPA) as exploratory study. It covered all the R&D area that are executed under the “Non-Ferrous Metallurgy” like Aluminium, Zinc, Copper, Nickel, Cobalt, Titanium, Cobalt, Ores-Beneficiation to Alloys Development, processes for use in Extraction of Metals through secondary sources as industrial wastes and recovery of valuable metals from electronic wastes etc.
This study will determine the Scientometric profile of CSIR-NML in the area of non-ferrous metallurgical research during 1950 to 2015.The scope of the study broadly covered- numbers of project executed, Patent filed, Technologies developed, R&D Publications etc. Further, research papers will be analyses to determine the qualities of papers being judged by citation and the impact factor of journals. The output of the study may be used as management information tool for the laboratory.