Don't Miss The Technical Deliberations on - Raw Material Resources Management | Productivity Enhancement And Process Optimization | Energy Conservation Systems | Portland, Blended And Special Cements | Alternate / Waste Fuels And Raw Materials | Performance And Durability Of Concrete | Cement Plant Machinery And Project Engineering | Performance-Based Design Of Concrete Structures | Concrete Deterioration Mechanisms And Reinforcement Corrosion | Other Building Materials And Binders | Marketing And Consumer Protection | Distress Investigation | Repair / Strengthening /Retrofitting Of Concrete Structures | Environmental Management | Sustainable Development And Safety | Sustainable Construction Practices And Use Of Alternate Aggregates & Geopolymer Concrete | Total Quality Management | Emerging Trends

16th NCB International Seminar on Cement, Concrete and Building Materials

"Clean & Green is Sustainable"

MANEKSHAW CENTRE
Parade Road, Delhi Cantt
New Delhi - 110010, INDIA

03 - 06 December, 2019

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About The Event

National Council for Cement and Building Materials (NCB), the apex body in India for research, technology development and transfer, education and industrial services for cement, allied building materials and construction industries, is organizing this International Seminar on Cement, Concrete and Building Materials as a follow-up of the fifteen NCB International Seminars organized earlier, each with substantial international participation. The NCB International Seminars have emerged as singular biennial event in this part of the globe which the cement and construction industries the world over look forward to for participation. The continued interest of participants over the years is indication of the benefits reaped by them and has enabled this event reach the milestone of its 16th edition.


From the desk of Director General

Dr. B N MOHAPATRA
DIRECTOR GENERAL

The Indian Cement Industry with current installed capacity of 510 million tonnes is a very important partner for the Government to write an inclusive growth story, a green and sustainable future, pivotal in realizing dreams of people of a "New India". The industry, contributing significantly over the years towards employment generation, government exchequer and railways (by way of freight), has been a pillar of strength for the economy.

Once considered otherwise, the industry has surprisingly proved itself as an environment friendly sector, consuming wastes/hazardous materials, adopting renewable energy and supporting the Swacchh Bharat Mission. The sector continues to invest towards ensuring a greener future for our generations to come... view more

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Event Schedule

02 Dec, 2019

1400 h TO 1800 h

EARLY REGISTRATION

03 Dec, 2019

1000 h - 1100 h

INAUGURAL SESSION at Zorawar Auditorium

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  1. 1000 h to 1005 h
    Invocation & Lighting of Lamp
  2. 1005 h to 1015 h
    Welcome Address & Technological Perspective
    Dr. B N Mohapatra, Director General-NCB
  3. 1015 h to 1025 h
    Address by Chairman - NCB - Future Outlook, Challenges and Opportunities
    Shri Mahendra Singhi,Chairman-NCB & President - Cement Manufacturers' Association (CMA),
    MD & CEO - Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd.
  4. 1025 h to 1035 h
    Industry Perspective
    Shri K K Maheshwari, MD - UltraTech Cement Ltd
  5. 1035 h to 1050 h
    Inaugural Address by Chief Guest
    1050 h to 1055 h
    Release of Seminar Proceedings
    Dr Guruprasad Mohapatra, Secretary - DPIIT, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India
  6. 1055 h to 11100 h
    Vote of Thanks
    Dr S K Chaturvedi, Organising Secretary, 16th NCB International Seminar

1100 h - 1120 h

Inauguration of Technical Exhibition

Dr Guruprasad Mohapatra
Secretary - DPIIT, Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Govt. of India

1120 h to 1150 h

Welcome Get-Together

1150 h to 1250 h

PANEL DISCUSSION-I at Zorawar Auditorium

Cement and Construction Industry - A Convergence Point of Circular Economy

1250 h to 1320 h

SPECIAL TECHNICAL SESSION

Emerging Technological Options for Improving the Application Potential of Blended Portland Cement
Dr. Anjan Kumar Chatterjee

1320 h to 1400 h

LUNCH

1400 h to 1515 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - I A at Zorawar Auditorium

RAW MATERIAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

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  1. Use of High MgO Limestone in Portland Cement Manufacture: An Indian Perspective (122)
    G C Mishra and K N Bhattacharjee, AKS University, Satna
  2. Use of High Phosphate Limestone in Cement Manufacture - A Case Study (76)
    M V Karandikar and Ashish Prasad, ACC Limited
  3. Improvising Logistics and Supply Chain in Cement Industry (80)
    Ravindra Kumar Singh, BEUMER India Pvt Ltd.
  4. Value Engineered Raw Material and Cement Grinding Plants (8)
    Jagdeep Verma, Holtec Consulting Private Limited
  5. Conservation and Maximization of Limestone Reserves by following Scientific Method of Mining (Case Studies) (432)
    Richa Mazumdar, Subrat Sahoo, A K Dubey and D K Panda, , National Council for Cement and Building Materials

1400 h to 1515 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - I B at Ashoka Convention Hall

PORTLAND, BLENDED AND SPECIAL CEMENTS - I

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  1. High Magnesia (MgO) Clinker for the Manufacture of PPC and PSC (428)
    B N Mohapatra, G Ahamed, G J Naidu, Suresh Palla, G Bhatnagar and S K Chaturvedi, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  2. Properties of Calcined Clay Based Geopolymer Mortars in Presence of Alccofine Powder and Polymer Fiber at Room Temperature (61)
    K Saxena, Mukesh Kumar, S K Wali and N B Singh, JK LAKSHMI CEMENT LTD
  3. Increase Utilization of Fly Ash in PPC at Chanderia Cement Works Plant (109)
    Dinesh Kumar, D Banerjee, D C Jagetiya and Narpat Anjana, Birla Corporation Limited
  4. Investigation on Utilization of Wollastonite in Manufacture of OPC Clinker (411)
    Varsha Liju, S K Chaturvedi and B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
    S Sridhar, Wolkem India Ltd. Udaipur
    Mukesh Kumar, J K Lakshmi Cement Ltd., Jhajjar
  5. Determination of Slag & Flyash Content in Composite Cement By X-Ray Diffraction Method (53)
    Vaibhav Dixit, Hemant Sahu, Asit Parui, S V Kadam, K Rajesh, ACC Limited
  6. Investigations on Improving the Performance of Composite Cement by Separate Grinding of Constituents (410)
    Varsha Liju, Giasuddin Ahamed, P Pandey, M Pawar, S K Chaturvedi and B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials

1645 h - 1800 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - II A at Zorawar Auditorium

ALTERNATE / WASTE FUELS AND RAW MATERIALS

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  1. LD Slag Utilization for clinker Production (21)
    S K Gupta, Chandan Sengupta and Lokesh Bahety, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  2. AFR Handling system (78)
    Michal Hrala, BEUMER Maschinenfabrik GmbH & Co. KG
  3. Handling of Multi type Alternative FuelA Challenge and Opportunity for Cement Plant (403)
    Kapil Kukreja, Anupam, Prateek Sharma and Saurabh Bhatnagar, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  4. Increase Usage of AFR and Waste Utilization (115)
    Dinesh Kumar, R K Sharma and R P Badoni, Birla Corporation Limited
  5. Utilization of Leather Sludge in Cement Manufacture (409)
    Devender Yadav, Suresh Palla, S Vanguri, Munish Kumar, S K Chaturvedi, B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  6. Fly Ash and Eggshell utilization in Portland cement (60)
    Mukesh Kumar,S K Saxena, S K Wali and N B Singh, JK LAKSHMI CEMENT LTD
  7. 7. Use of De-carbonated Material 'LD SLAG' in the Manufacture of Portland Clinker (417)
    S K Agarwal, Varsha Liju, S K Chaturvedi and B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
    Subhdra Sen, A K Gupta, Nabonita Das and R V Ramna, Tata Steel Limited, Jamshedpur

1515 h to 1650 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - II B at Ashoka Convention Hall

PORTLAND, BLENDED AND SPECIAL CEMENTS - II

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  1. Cost Saving by Optimization/uses of Overburden Limestone of Mines in Clinkerization without affecting the Clinker quality (91)
    Pankaj Kejriwal, S P Shrimali, Y K Singh, S K Pandey and Sanjay Chaurasia, Star Cement Limited
  2. Investigation on Mechanical Properties of Portland Limestone Cements Prepared Using Different Grade Limestone (418)
    J P Vrati, K V Singh, A K Raykundalia and B C Pandey, Ambuja Cements Limited
  3. Increase Utilization of Fly Ash in PPC at Birla Cement Works Plant (108)
    Dinesh Kumar, D Banerjee, Narpat Anjana and G Palod, Birla Corporation Limited
  4. Effect of LD Slag on the Physical Performance of Composite Cement (433)
    Giasuddin Ahamed, Varsha Liju, P Sharma, Ashish Goyal, S K Chaturvedi and B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  5. Composite cement & its advantage (73)
    M. K. Kapoor and Vivek Agnihotri, Prism Jhonson Cement Limited
  6. Influence of Fly Ash Fineness on its mechanical Properties (415)
    Suresh Vanguri, T Mohan Rao, Suresh Palla, V Ramaswamy, K V Kalyani, S K Chaturvedi and B N Mohapatra National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  7. Investigations on development of Portland composite cements based on Flyash and limestone (427)
    B N Mohapatra, Varsha Liju, S Palla, S Vanguri, R Gupta, O P Sharma and S K Chaturvedi, National Council for Cement and Building Materials

1700 h to 1750 h

PANEL DISCUSSION - II at Zorawar Auditorium

Changing Climate - A Threat or Opportunity for Cement Industry

1800 h to 1900 h

SPECIAL SESSION: at Zorawar Auditorium

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  1. 1800 h to 1805 h
    Welcome Address
    Shri Mahendra Singhi, Chairman-NCB & President - Cement Manufacturers' Association (CMA),
    MD & CEO - Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd.
  2. 1805 h to 1820 h
    Address by HON'BLE MINISTER
    1820 h to 1825 h
    RELEASE OF COMPENDIUM "THE CEMENT INDUSTRY - INDIA 2019"
    Shri PIYUSH GOYAL , HON'BLE MINISTER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY AND RAILWAYS, GOVT. OF INDIA
  3. 1825 h to 1830 h
    About the National Awards for Energy Efficiency, Environmental Excellence and Quality Excellence in the Indian Cement Industry
    Dr B N Mohapatra, Director General-NCB
  4. 1830 h to 1850 h
    PRESENTATION OF NATIONAL AWARDS
    Shri PIYUSH GOYAL, HON'BLE MINISTER OF COMMERCE & INDUSTRY AND RAILWAYS, GOVT. OF INDIA
  5. 1850 h to 1855 h
    Industry Feedback
  6. 1850 h to 1855 h
    Vote of Thanks
04 Dec, 2019

0900 h - 1045 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - III A at Zorawar Auditorium

ADVANCES IN GRINDING SYSTEMS-I

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  1. Grinding Process Optimization Levers to Pull (3)
    Caroline Woywadt and Bernd Henrich, Gebr. Pfeiffer SE, Kaiserslautern, Germany
  2. Operations and Maintenance of HPGR Rolls A Case Study (7)
    Rahul Deshmukh, thyssenkrupp Industries India Pvt. Ltd.
    Prashant Garg, Diffusion Engineers Ltd
  3. Raw Mill Finish Mode Grinding (12)
    Swapnil S Kotpalliwar, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  4. Guinness World Record's largest Grinding VRM: OKTM 81-6 MILL (45)
    A Janardhanan and John Terembula, FLSmidth Private Limited
  5. Cement Mill Productivity Improvements by Process Optimisation (55)
    RBM Tripathi, Umashankar Choudhary and Rajakumaran Kandasamy, JK Cement Ltd
  6. Operation of Clinker Grinding at Penna Cement, Krishnapatnam (81)
    M S Marathe and Vinod Wadile, thyssenkrupp Industries India Pvt. Ltd
  7. Grinding Components - The New Wear Management (134)
    Dorival G. Tecco, Pronamic
  8. Innovation in Open Gear Lubrication (125)
    Satheesh Kumar, Joseph Robert and Pramod Almore, Kliiber Lubrication India Private Limited
  9. Efficient Grinding of Slurry Material Along with Limestone in Gebr. Pfeiffer VRM for Utilization of Grey Siliceous Limestone (35)
    Raghvendra Singh and Sudipta Mondal, Gebr. Pfeiffer (India) Pvt. Ltd.
    Piush Mishra, Chaibasa Cement Works (A Unit of ACC Ltd.)

0900 h - 1045 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - III B at Ashoka Convention Hall

EMERGING TRENDS- I

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  1. Characterizing the Effect of Specialty Materials on the Rheology of free form Concrete Used for 3D Printing (92)
    A Rajendran, K Suresh and Raju Goyal, UltraTech Cement Limited
  2. Vegetal Concrete: A Foundation for Carbon Neutral Built Environment (106)
    Tarun Jami, L P Singh and S R Karade, CSIR-Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee
  3. White Topping: Cement Concrete Overlay on Bituminous Roads (124)
    Binod Kumar, CSIR-Central Road Research Institute, New Delhi,
  4. Partially Calcined Lime Sludge in Cement Mortar: An Environmental Friendly Approach (129)
    Prabhat Vashistha and S K Singh, CSIR-Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee
  5. Experimental Investigation of Ferrochrome Slag as Aggregate in Concrete (439)
    P N Ojha, Nikhil Kaushik and Vaibhav Chawla, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  6. Utilization & Impact of Wet Flyash (28)
    V J Mitra, Naresh Singh and K Karunakara Rao, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  7. Separation of Different Type of Slag by Magnetic Pulley (29)
    A Chandilyan, V J Mitra, K Karunakar Rao, N V Prasad and Anil Bajaj, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  8. KHD Pyro Process: Approach for Low Carbon Roadmap (98)
    Jens Breidenbach and Andreas Hand, KHD Humboldt Wedag, Cologne, Germany
    Anurag Johari, Humboldt Wedag India Pvt. Ltd.
  9. Petcoke Additive Chemical for Improved Petcoke Burning in Cement Industry (95)
    Halim Tekkesin and Seyda Arikan, Triple I Engineers

1045 h - 1115 h

Tea/Coffee

1115 h - 1315 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - IV A at Zorawar Auditorium

ADVANCES IN GRINDING SYSTEMS-I

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  1. Technology up gradation & modernization for Inbound & Outbound vehicle (25)
    Manoranjan Sahoo and Santanu Giri, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  2. Increasing efficiency in India's packing and dispatch operations (42)
    Stephan Oehme, FLSmidth Private Limited
  3. Sampling and Safe Unloading Procedure Of Carbon Black/Fly Ash (30)
    A V Nagaraja and Naresh Singh, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  4. System Design - Optimization in Grinding and Pyro processing system (46)
    Sivakumar Natesan, FLSmidth Private Limited
  5. Mitigating Effects of Harmonics on Power System in Cement Industry (38)
    S Peddanna and R P Singh, ERCOM Engineers Pvt. Ltd
  6. Paper on Optimizing the Fan Power of Vertical Roller Mill (Raw Mill) through Modification in Louver Ring (118)
    Rajpal singh Shekhawat, Pankaj Tiwari and Manish Vijay, JK LAKSHMI CEMENT LTD.
  7. Technologies for Upgradation & Modernization of Pollution Control Equipment in Cement Plant (50)
    Henrik Vittrup Pedersen, Flemming Jensen and Unmesh Chandran, FLSmidth Automation India
  8. KHD Cooling Lines: PFC2 & PSC2 Cooler (102)
    Andre Sybon, KHD Humboldt Wedag, Cologne, Germany
    Ravi Saksena and Anurag Johari, Humboldt Wedag, India Pvt Ltd
  9. State of the Art Cooler replacement - flexible, quick, efficient (15)
    Ingmar Holst, Claudius Peters

1115 h - 1300 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - IV B at Ashoka Convention Hall

EMERGING TRENDS - II

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  1. Uncoaler/Activator Feeder for Coal Extraction (82)
    K.S.Nalwaya and Jogesh Narula, KSN Tech Ventures Pvt Ltd
    Yong Wei, General Kinematics - Crystal Lake, Chicago Area, USA
  2. 3D Printable concrete: Designed by Local Materials (66)
    Shrivats Singhania, S K Wali and Mukesh Kumar, JK Lakshmi Cement Limited
  3. New Technologies by ATS-Group for Alternative Solid Fuels Handling (131)
    Luc Rieffel, ATS Conveyors India Pvt. Ltd.
  4. Development of Belite Calcium Sulpho-Aluminate Cement using Low Grade Limestone and Industrial Waste (Jarosite). (412)
    B N Mohapatra, G J Naidu, Suresh Palla, S Vanguri, Varsha Liju, and S K Chaturvedi National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  5. India Advances in Concrete Paving Two-Layer Technology (133)
    R K Jain, DCRUST
  6. Phase Equilibrium Studies on the Effect of Mineralizers on the Formation of High Temperature Ionic Liquid of Cao-Sio2-Al2o3-Fe2o3-Mgo System (67)
    Tazuddin and Amit Chatterjee, Aditya Birla Science & Technology Pvt. Ltd.
  7. The Influence of Chemical and Mineralogical Variability on the Grinding Behaviour of Limestone (93)
    A Sadangi, M Kuchya, A K Singh, K Suresh and Raju Goyal, UltraTech Cement Limited
  8. Improvement of Ash Quality Through Chemical /Mineral Doping in Coal During its Generation (413)
    G J Naidu, Suresh Palla, S Vanguri, Giasuddin Ahamed, Firoz Ahmed, and S K Chaturvedi, National Council for Cement and Building Materials

1300 h to 1310 h

RELEASE OF SPECIAL ISSUE OF INDIAN CONCRETE JOURNAL at Zorawar Auditorium

1310 h to 1400 h

LUNCH

1400 h - 1545 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - V A at Zorawar Auditorium

ADVANCES IN GRINDING SYSTEMS-II

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  1. Product Optimization by Using Grinding Aid at Prism Johnson Limited (86)
    Pravesh Kumar Sharma, Ghanshyam Mishra, Raghvendra Pandey, Rajendra Kumar Jha, Dinesh Agrawal,Manish Kumar Singh and Manoj Kumar Jha, PRISM JOHNSON LIMITED (Cement Division)
  2. Energy Efficient VRM Technology for Cement and Slag Grinding (68)
    Y Shigemoto and T Hinauchi, UBE Machinery Corporation Ltd.
    R K Sharma, AMCL Machinery Ltd.
  3. HEXADUR® in Cement Industry - 25 years of Operation with HEXADUR® Protected HPGR Rollers (96)
    Ing Jorg Oligmüller, Ing Andreas Packeisen and Kaushik Ghosh,Koeppern, Germany
  4. Single Roller Press Circuits: Stepping into Large Capacity Plants (99)
    York Reichardt, KHD Humboldt Wedag, Cologne, Germany
    A K Dembla and Vanam Venkatesh, Humboldt Wedag India Pvt. Ltd.
  5. Consolidated Journey of More than 100 Roller Presses in India (100)
    Balesh Singh, PVR Murthy, Atul Johri and Vimal Singh, Humboldt Wedag India Pvt. Ltd.
  6. Roller Press in Finish Mode for Composite Cements: Fresh Cement Experiences in Bangladesh (101)
    A K Singh, Balesh Singh, Saida Shaik and Akshay Singh, Humboldt Wedag India Pvt. Ltd.
  7. JSW Green Foot Prints: Experiences with KHD Roller Presses (104)
    G Veera Babu, JSW Cement Limited, India
    A K Dembla, Prakash Patil and Deepti Varshney, Humboldt Wedag India Pvt. Ltd.
  8. Increase Throughput of Cement Mills at Chanderia Cement Works Plant (110)
    Dinesh Kumar, D C Jagetiya and Narpat Anjana, Birla Corporation Limited
  9. Optimization of Raw Grinding Roller Press at Chanderia Cement Works Plant (114)
    Narpat Anjana, R C Jain and Dinesh Badala, Birla Corporation Limited

1400 h - 1545 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - V B at Ashoka Convention Hall

SMART CONCRETE/ HIGH PERFORMANCE CONCRETE

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  1. Smart Concrete (4) KEYNOTE
    Dhanada K Mishra, Jing Yu, Christopher K Y Leung, Hong Kong University of Science And Technology
  2. Experimental shear study on reinforced high strength concrete beams. (419)
    V V Arora, Brijesh Singh, Vikas Patel, Amit Trivedi, Lalit Kumar, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  3. Stress strain characteristics of high strength concrete with steel fibers using blended cements. (420)
    Brijesh Singh, V V Arora, Vikas Patel, Amit Trivedi, Ms. Megha Kalra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  4. Evolution Of Concrete Mixture Design Methods And Ignored Issues (31)
    Subrata Chowdhury, Conmat Technologies, India
  5. Compatibility Issues of Flyash Based Cements with Nanomaterials Like Nano-Silica (2)
    Mainak Ghosal and Arun Kr Chakraborty, Indian Institute of Engineering Science & Technology, Shibpur
  6. Role of packing density, mixing efficiency and curing regime on development of UHPC. (437)
    P N Ojha, Abhishek Singh, Piyush Mittal, Brijesh Singh, V V Arora, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  7. Evolution Of Concrete Mixture Design Methods And Ignored Issues (31)
    Subrata Chowdhury, Conmat Technologies, India
  8. Ultra-High Performance Environment-Friendly Concrete (132)
    Kumar Shaswat, Bennett University, India

1545 h - 1615 h

Tea/Coffee

1615 h - 1800 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - VI A at Zorawar Auditorium

PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCEMENT AND PROCESS OPTIMIZATION-I

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  1. Producing Cement in sustainable way for better tomorrow (6)
    Santosh Kumar Sharma, Orient Cement
    Vaideesh Narayanan, FLSmidth Private Limited
  2. Modification of Cement Mill Bag House Purging Sequence & Increased The PPC Output By 10% (14)
    M Narsi Reddy, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  3. Increased Usage of Alternate Fuels & Raw Materials by In-House Modification (17)
    G Sakthivel, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  4. Increase of Kiln-2 Throughput By 300 Tpd (20)
    Lokesh Bahety and Rakesh Nayak, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  5. Optimization to enhance productivity, Quality & operation performance for Composite Cement. (26)
    Manoranjan Sahoo, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
    Sougata Mahanti, Bengal Cement Works
  6. Reduction of Raw Mill - 2 Spc By Increasing the Feed (32)
    Lokesh Bahety and Debi Prasad Das, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  7. Improving the electrical energy consumption of clinker production – recent design improvements for the polysius preheater system and the polysiuspolytrack® clinker cooler (41)
    Sebastian Frie, ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions AG, Germany
  8. Computational Fluid Dynamics in Cement Industry (105)
    Sayali Bidkar and Mehul Shah, Mechwell Industries Ltd
  9. Detailed CFD Model for Predicting combustion, Calcination and Pollutant Formation in Calciner (56)
    Shital Mone,B. S. Gawali, M. S. Joshi and Vivek Vitankar, FluiDimensions

1615 h - 1800 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - VI B at Ashoka Convention Hall

TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT

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  1. Total Quality Management (TQM) (TEI - A Key to its Implementation & Success)-(140)
    O P Agrawal, Qualman Consultancy Services
  2. Excellence in Quality Management System through PDCA Model-An Enabler of business growth (24)
    R Rajamohan, K Vinayagamurthi and R A Krishnakumar, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  3. How to achieve stability in Quality and Process using advance predictive lab techniques (49)
    Roger Meier and S. Sankaralingam, FLSmidth Automation Denmark
  4. Market Study - Approach and Methodology for Cement Industry (39)
    Rahul Kumar Sadhu and Sharad Prahlad Aggarwal, ERCOM Engineers Pvt. Ltd
  5. Importance of ISO: 17020 Implementation for Quality Assurance System in Construction Industry (422)
    Vikas Patel, B Pandu Ranga Rao, Brijesh Singh and V V Arora, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  6. Role of a Project Management Consultant (PMC) (71)
    S K Gupta, Holtec Consulting Private Limited
  7. Customer Partnering through Reliable & Resourceful Services & Product Offerings (103)
    Sitaram Sharma and K Vikram, Humboldt Wedag India Pvt. Ltd.
  8. Quality Management System in Construction Projects (120)
    Raksha Rajani D Souza, Lavanya A R and Umesh R, N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology
  9. Role of Calibration in Managing Measurement Risk and Decision Rule (447)
    P Srikanth, R P Vijayvergia and P N Ojha, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
05 Dec, 2019

0900 h - 1045 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - VII A at Zorawar Auditorium

PRODUCTIVITY ENHANCEMENT AND PROCESS OPTIMIZATION - II

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  1. Modern Solutions in Refractory Castables for Critical Areas in Cement Kilns (58)
    Sumanta Mukhopadhyay and Manoranjan Nayak, Dalmia Refractories Ltd
  2. Superior performance of JETFLEX Burner (43)
    Ram Kumar Sridharan, FLSmidth Private Limited,
  3. Causes of Unwanted Coatings/ Buildups in Kilns of Meghalaya-Cement Plants and its Remedial Measures (47)
    Satyendra Katiyar, Sudesh Sharma and Pramod Kumar Pandey, Gold Stone Cement Plant
  4. Detailed Cfd Model for Predicting combustion, Calcination and Pollutant Formation in Calciner (56)
    Shital Mone,B. S. Gawali, M. S. Joshi and Vivek Vitankar, FluiDimensions
  5. A cooler for the future (57)
    F Lichomski and M. Rasiraju, IKN GmbH, Germany
  6. Total Productivity Enhancement and Cost Reduction Techniques (70)
    Shivam Agarwal, Subham Agarwal and Avijit Dhole, JBS Associates
  7. High Performance Precast Solution for Cement Plant Critical Zones (83)
    Purushottam Bedare, Parthasarathi Mukhopadhyay and Stephen Woodcock, VESUVIUS India Ltd
  8. New Lining Concept by Using Alumina Bricks in place of Basic Refractories in Cement Rotary Kiln (85)
    J P Nayak, B Ghosh, R Adhikari, R Dey, A Tripathy, S Sengupta and P B Panda, TRL Krosaki Refractories Limited
  9. New Development for time saving - Calde RDS-PRE-Cast-Pre-Fired-Solution (137)
    Saumen Sinha, Alok Nagar, Rajeev Kumar Laharia, R. Chokkar and Satwinder Kalsi, Calderys India Refractories Limited, Nagpur
  10. Optimization of Raw Gridning Roller Press at Chanderia Cement Works Plant (111)
    Dinesh Kumar, Narpat Anjana, R C Jain and Dinesh Badala, Birla Corporation Limited

0900 h - 1045 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - VII B at Ashoka Convention Hall

ANALYTICAL METHODS AND LAB AUTOMATION

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  1. Importance of calibration standard, sample preparation and evaluation of analysis results in XRF analysis in cement production (63)
    Hisashi Inoue, I R TECHNOLOGY SERVICES PVT LTD
    Yasushi Kusakabe, Kosuke Kawakyu Einoshin Kamota, Yasujiro Yamada, Rigaku Corporation
  2. Mineralogical and Microscopy Techniques as Effective Diagnostic Tool for Process Control and Quality Monitoring in Cement Manufacturing Process (74)
    S B Sarase, D D Kulkarni, A. Shah, A Morajkar, V Sagvekar, M V Karandikar, ACC Limited
  3. Comprehensive Methodology For Guiding The Process Dynamics Based On Mineralogical Assessment Of OPC Clinker by Microscopy & XRD (90)
    Jai Prakash Vrati, Kamal Virendra Singh, Ashwin K Raykundaliya, B C Pandey, Ambuja Cements Ltd
  4. Chemical Composition and Bond Work Index of Limestone – Correlation (416)
    Suresh Vanguri, G Prasad, A Sushmitsha, M Balaraju, G Jayaramudu, P Janardhan, V Rama and S K Chaturvedi, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  5. Mineralogical and Microscopy Techniques as Effective Diagnostic Tool for Process Control and Quality Monitoring in Cement Manufacturing Process (75)
    Bjiu Mathew and M.V Karandikar, ACC Ltd.
  6. Deployment of Cold Fog Systems & Other Technologies for Fugitive Dust Control in Cement Plants: A Case Study. (123)
    S Chakravarti and U.S Chakravorti, Ecodea Projects & Control Pvt. Ltd, Kolkata, India
  7. Determination of fly ash parameters to develop a simple and effective blending technique to reduce the variation in fly ash concretes. (138)
    Satya Medepalli and Shashank Bishnoi, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
  8. Development of BND – Indian Certified Reference Materials for Cement and Cementitious Materials to Support National Traceability (446)
    Suresh Kumar Shaw, V Naga Kumar, Abhishek Agnihotri and P N Ojha, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  9. Role of Proficiency Testing (PT) in the Field of Cement and Building Materials (448)
    V Naga Kumar, Suresh Kumar Shaw, Abhishek Agnihotri and P N Ojha, National Council for Cement and Building Materials

1045 h - 1115 h

Tea/Coffee

1115 h - 1315 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - VIII A at Zorawar Auditorium

ENERGY CONSERVATION SYSTEMS-I

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  1. False Air Reduction- The Method of Reducing Carbon Footprint in Cement Plants (01)
    K K Sharma, Invotech Industrial Solutions Private Limited
  2. Improved Energy Efficiency in CPP (18)
    K A Mathew and Narendra Prasad Barik, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  3. Cooler ESP Efficiency Enhancement (19)
    K A Mathew, Rajesh Chandravanshi, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  4. Energy Conservation by adapting & Incorporating Energy efficient Technologies and operations (23)
    B Madhu, D Kumaresan and R Rajamohan, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  5. Eco-Friendly Transportation of Cement for Construction of Amaravati Capital – Case Study (64)
    G V K Prasad, The KCP Limited
  6. Reduction in Thermal Energy Consumption at Chanderia Cement Works Plant (113)
    Dinesh Kumar, D Banerjee, D C Jagetiya, Narpat Anjana, R K Dwivedi, Birla Corporation Limited
  7. Role of Captive Power Plants in Achieving P A T Energy Targets for Indian Cement Industry (407)
    Prateek Shrama, MV Ramachandra Roa, Ashutosh Saxena, Dr. B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  8. Study of empirical relation between proximate analysis data and gross calorific value of coal (135)
    Jishnu Devan Sankaran, Century Textiles & Industries Ltd. (Cement Division)
  9. Energy Audit of Waste Heat Recovery Systems of Cement Plants in India: Case studies (408)
    Prateek Sharma, Ankur Mittal, MV Ramachandra Rao, KPK Reddy, Ashutosh Saxena and B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials

1115 h - 1315 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - VIII B at Ashoka Convention Hall

DURABILITY OF CONCRETE

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  1. Performance Evaluation of Ternary Blended Cements for Masonry Application (65)
    S Divya Rani, Thangadurai Raja, SasidharanThillai and Manu Santhanam, Indian Intitute of Technology, Madras
  2. A Sustainable Mix Proportioning Method for Coal Bottom Ash Concrete Based on Minimum Paste Theory. (126)
    S K Kirthika and S K Singh, CSIR-Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee
  3. Synergy of micro slag in high volume flyash concrete (16)
    Praveen Kumar, Rajasthan Technical University,
    Zafar Ahmed Sultani, NHAI Godhra Gujrat.
  4. Mechanical and Durability Properties of Concrete Made with Low OPC Content and High SCM's. (423)
    V Arora, Puneet Kaura and Piyush Mittal, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  5. Evaluation of Durability Features of Concrete Composed With Low Carbon Cements (34)
    V. H. Choudary and P. Anantham, My Home Industries Private Limited,
    Subrata Chowdhury, Conmat Technologies India
  6. Investigations on Portland Limestone Cement Compositions and their Performance Characteristics (441)
    Pinky Pandey, D Yadav, K Sharma, S K Chaturvedi and B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  7. The Influence of Temperature on The Hydration and Strength Development in Slag-Fly Ash Composite Cements (127)
    Sreejith Krishnan, Meenakshi Sharma and Shashank Bishnoi, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
  8. Fly ash based binding (ADHESIVE) material [B(A)M] (136)
    Bhupendra Mohan Manglik and Ashish Kumar Pandey, - Individual
  9. Characteristics of Indian Bottom Ash and its Feasibility for use as Fine Aggregate in reinforced concrete (435)
    P N Ojha, Amit Trivedi, Suresh Kumar, Nikhil Kaushik, Digvijay Kumar and V V Arora, National Council for Cement and Building Materials

1315 h - 1400 h

LUNCH

1400 h - 1545 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - IX A at Zorawar Auditorium

ENERGY CONSERVATION SYSTEMS-II

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  1. Green Energy for Cement Plants (5)
    Anmol Mudholkar, Thyssenkrupp Industries India Pvt. Ltd.
  2. Energy efficient technologies and operations (52)
    Mogens Juhl Fons, Fons Technology International
  3. A Study of Thermal Impact on the Mineralogy of China Clay & its compatibility with Limestone Rejects (89)
    Jai Prakash Vrati, Kamal Virendra Singh, Ashwin K Raykundaliya and B C Pandey, Ambuja Cements ltd
    S K Agarwal, S K Chaturvedi and B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  4. Power optimization & cost savings Analytical tool for continuous improvement (59)
    Rajesh Kumar Gupta- Individual
  5. Opportunities for Improving Energy Efficiency in Bag Filter Systems (88)
    Dilip Sakhpara and Umair Sayyed, Maxtech Industries LLP
  6. Initiatives for Energy Conservation (97)
    Devendra Kumar Patel, JK Super Cement
  7. Assessment of Compressor Energy Consumption in Cement Plant - A Case Study (406)
    Ankur Mittal, Saurabh Bhatnagar and Ashutosh Saxena, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  8. Utilization and Recovery Methods of Waste Heat in Cement Plant (431)
    Ankur Mittal, Ashutosh Saxena and Dr. B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials

1400 h - 1545 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - IX B at Ashoka Convention Hall

CONCRETE DETERIORATION MECHANISMS AND REINFORCEMENT CORROSION

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  1. Study of behavior of polypropylene Fiber reinforced high strength concrete exposed to higher temperature (421)
    Patel, V V Arora, Brijesh Singh, Megha Kalra and Sahara Adhikari, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  2. The Influence of High Sulphate Content on Performance of Ordinary Portland Cement (130)
    C Emmanuel, Riya Anilkumar, Gopala Rao Dhoopadahalli and Shashank Bishnoi, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
  3. Assessment of mechanical and mineralogical properties of concrete dams in India (443)
    V V Arora, Brijesh Singh, Shubham Jain, Vikas Patel & Pramod Narayan, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  4. Fast Track Construction Systems for Affordable Housing - Need of the Hour (84)
    Shailesh Kr Agrawal, BMTPC
  5. Material Efficient Floor System for Housing in India (116)
    Mohamed Ismail and Caitlin T Mueller, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  6. Comparative Study of Characteristics of OPC-53 grade of Cement and its Influence on Water Demand and Rheological Properties of Mortar and Concrete (440)
    P N Ojha, G J Naidu, Suresh Palla and Piyush Mittal, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  7. Effectiveness of waterproofing admixtures in low clinker cement mortars (54)
    Lav Singh, Ujjwal Kant and Shashank Bishnoi, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
  8. Performance Analysis of In-Service RC Members of Turbo Generator in India - A Comparative Study of Service Life Assessment (444)
    Sanjay Mundra, TVG Reddy and Naman Agarwal, National Council for Cement and Building Materials

1545 h - 1615 h

Tea/Coffee

1615 h - 1800 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - X A at Zorawar Auditorium

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT-I

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  1. Technological up-gradation & sustainability initiatives (33)
    Manoranjan Sahoo and Ahmer Ali Khan, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  2. Improved Low NOx Calciner (48)
    Ram Kumar Sridharan, FLSmidth Private Limited
  3. CPP-De-SOx System (79)
    Sushil Kumar Paneri, Amubuja Cements Ltd
    Umashankar Srinivasan and Vinod Mishra, Maratha Cement Works
  4. Nox Reduction through Primary & Secondary Measures at JKLAKSHMI CEMENT LTD, Jaykaypuram (117)
    Rajpal singh Shekhawat, Pankaj Tiwari and Kanish Singh, JK LAKSHMI CEMENT LTD.
  5. Maximum Utilisation Of Low Grade Limestone In Cement Clinker Production (10)
    Anil Singh and Tushar Ghorai. KJS Cement (I) Ltd, Maihar
  6. Dust Control in Construction Projects (119)
    Lavanya A R and Raksha Rajani DSouza, N.M.A.M. Institute of Technology
    Umesh R, Rohini Project Management Consultants Pvt Ltd
  7. Practical approach to CSR journey in cement manufacturing (36)
    Mangleshwar Nath Verma, Knight Synergy GT LLC
  8. Bulk Fly ash utilization- R&D Initiatives at NETRA (141)
    Rajiv Satyakam, Pranay and Dr. N.K. Soni, NTPC-NETRA
  9. Energy, Environment, Resource Conservation and Waste Utilization Practices in Ghorahi Cement, Nepal (142)
    Suraj Chauhan, Ashwani Rawal and S V P Gupta, Ghorahi Cement, Nepal

1615 h - 1800 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - X B at Ashoka Convention Hall

DISTRESS INVESTIGATION, REPAIR/ STRENGTHENING/ RETROFITTING OF CONCRETE STRUCTURES

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  1. Laboratory test method for evaluating corrosion inhibiting efficiency of admix type bipolar corrosion inhibitor (438)
    Puneet Kaura, P N Ojha, Piyush Mittal and V V Arora, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  2. Optimization of Thermo-Mechanical Treatment for Recycling Demolished Concrete (9)
    Rohit Prajapati and Ravindra Gettu, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
  3. Case Studies on Repair of Concrete Dam in Himalayan Region using high Performance Concrete (436)
    P N Ojha, Suresh Kumar, Digvijay Kumar, V V Arora, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  4. Geokrete- An Ideal Phosphosilicate based Binder for Concrete Repair and Rehabilitation (69)
    N Ramkumar, Natural Cemeco Private Limited
  5. Performance Evaluation of Polymer Modified Mortar and Bonding agent for Structural Repair (430)
    Puneet Kaura, Y N Dainel, Nitesh Kumar and TVG Reddy, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  6. Experimental Study on the Flexural Behaviour of Retrofitted RC-Beams (62)
    Aastha Singh and R R Singh, PEC University, Chandigarh
  7. Experimental investigations on fiber reinforced self-leveling pavement quality concrete (PQC) for use in partial depth repairs of cement concrete pavements in urban areas (425)
    D. Pavan Kumar, J. Narsimha Rao, P N Ojha, B. Sreenivas Rao and Adarsh Kumar NS, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  8. Condition assessment and remedial measures for rehabilitation of Induced Draught Cooling Towers (IDCTs) located in different climatic regions of India- A case study (424)
    TVG Reddy, Sanjay Mundra and Rizwan Anwar, National Council for Cement and Building Materials

1900 h to 2030 h

CULTURAL PROGRAMME

2030 h

DINNER

06 Dec, 2019

0900 h - 1030 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - XI A at Zorawar Auditorium

ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT-II

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  1. Optiwave Pulse Cleaning (Owpc) Technology For Long Bag Filters (11)
    T Venkat Naresh and S B Aradhya, Clair Engineers Pvt. Ltd., Hyderabad, Telangana
  2. Our Journey on Water Positivity- Working towards future generations and global happiness (22)
    R Rajamohan, K Vinayagamurthi and R A Krishnakumar, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  3. Pulsed Radio Wave Technology for Mitigation of Ambient Particulate Pollution (121)
    Srikanth Sola, Sai Lakshmi Industries
  4. Assessment of SO2 Generation and Mitigation Measures at a Cement Plant in India - A Case Study (402)
    Anand Bohra, KPK Reddy, KRP Nath, Anupam, Ashutosh Saxena and B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  5. Progressing on Low Carbon Transition Opportunities (27)
    Anupam Badola and Ashwani Pahuja, Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd
  6. Usage of ammonium carbonate in place of aq. Ammonia in SNCR operation (139)
    K. Subbulakshmanan, Vijay Chauhan, Keshav Katare, Ramsinh Chauhan, Reshu Chauhan, Sunil Kothari and Sukuru Ramarao, Ambuja Cements Limited, Ambujanagar,
  7. Reduction in LSF of Lime Stone Pile at Chanderia Cement Works Plant (112)
    Dinesh Kumar, D Banerjee and K K Singh, Birla Corporation Limited

0900 h - 1030 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - XI B at Ashoka Convention Hall

SPECIAL SESSION FOR YOUNG SCIENTISTS / ENGINEERS

1030 h to 1100 h

Tea/Coffee

1100 h to 1300 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - XII A at Zorawar Auditorium

SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS AND BINDERS

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  1. Sustainability assessment of concrete systems with alternate binders (143)
    Ravindra Gettu, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras
  2. Characterization of Ladle Furnace Slag for Development of Cementitious Binder (128)
    Surya M, S K Singh, Jyoti and Akhil Rana, CSIR-Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee
  3. Studies on fly ash and slag based Geopolymer concrete (426)
    Lalit Kumar, Amit Trivedi and V V Arora, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
    Lopamudra Sengupta, JSW Cements Ltd
  4. Achieving Concrete Sustainability Through Nanotechnology (13)>
    L P Singh, U Sharma, D Ali and Srinivasarao Naik B, CSIR-Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee
  5. Utilisation of brine sludge in manufacture of building bricks through geopolymerisation process (94)
    S D Muduli and N K Dhal, CSIR- Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology, Bhubaneswar
  6. Sustainable Soultion For Judicious Use of Flyash From Desulfurization Process and Pondash (51)
    Alka Mishra, Raja Annamalai and Swaminathan N, Flsmidth Private Limited
  7. A flexible technology to produce gray calcined clays (77)
    Luiz Felipe de Pinho1, Luis Felipe Von Rainer Fabiani1 and Natália Bernardi Ghisi Celeghini1, Dynamis Engenheria e Comercio, Brasil
  8. Design and Construction of Low Traffic Volume Concrete Roads Using C & D Aggregates and Supplementary Cementitious Materials (442)
    Vaibhav Chawla, Amit Trivedi and V V Arora, National Council for Cement and Building Materials

1115 h - 1300 h

TECHNICAL SESSION - XII B at Ashoka Convention Hall

SUSTAINABLE CONSTRUCTION PRACTICES AND OTHER BUILDING MATERIALS AND BINDERS

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  1. Mitigation of NOx at UltraTech Dhar Cement: A Case Study (37)
    Sebastian Frie and Anupkumar Das, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions AG, Germany
  2. Impact of Ammonia on Environment due to its use for Secondary NOx Control in Cement Plant (401)
    Anand Bohra, Prateek Sharma, M Selvarajan, Ashutosh Saxena and B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
  3. Sustainable Productivity Through Process Optimization & Remote Asset Management - Digital Solutions (44)
    Sridhar Padmanabhan and Jeyamurugan Kandasamy, FLSmidth Private Limited
  4. SOx emission control through installation of Flue gas desulphurization system in captive thermal power plants (40)
    Tanmay Maitra, D H Thanki and S.K. Gotecha, ERCOM Engineers Pvt. Ltd
  5. Energy and occupant Comfort Evaluation for Building (405)
    Kajol, World Resources Institute, India
    Ankur Mittal, Ashutosh Saxena and B N Mohaptra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials
    Devinder Singh, Indona Innovative Solutions
  6. Continuous Measurement of Particulate Emissions at Stack (87)
    Vahid Mirsadi, Rushabh Sakhpara and Umair Sayyed, Maxtech Industries LLP
  7. NOx Reduction Experiences in Kiln & CPPs of Cement Plant (107)
    Geet, YARA Environmental
  8. Microstructural development in clinker phases while using waste marble dust powder as a raw mix component. (429)
    S K Gupta, S K Agarwal, S K Chaturvedi and B N Mohapatra, National Council for Cement and Building Materials, India
    Megha Bansal, Manav Rachna University, India
  9. Best Engineering practices: An important tool for attaining high and sustainable TSR (404)
    M V Ramachandra Rao, Anupam, Anil K Popuri, Kapil Kukreja and Rayees Ahmed National Council for Cement and Building Materials,

1300 h - 1345 h

LUNCH

1345 h - 1515 h

CONCLUDING SESSION AND AWARD PRESENTATION

1515 h

Farewell Get-together

Key Speakers

DR. ANJAN KUMAR CHATTERJEE

Dr. Anjan Kumar Chatterjee is presently the Chairman of Conmat Technologies Private Limited, which is a research and consulting outfit in Kolkata, India, engaged in providing... view more

DR. RAVINDRA GETTU

Dr. Ravindra Gettu is a Professor of Civil Engineering & Head, Building Technology and Construction Management Division at Indian Institute of Technology Madras... view more

DR. DHANADA KANTA MISHRA

Dr. Dhanada Kanta. Mishra is currently visiting Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (www.ust.hk) as a Research Scholar. He is on sabbatical leave... view more

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