Rourkela: The Department of Industrial Design of National Institute of Technology on Thursday organised a global initiative of academic network (GIAN) course on ‘Vibration Problems in Rotating Machines: Diagnosis and Rectification’.
The programme was inaugurated by professor Arthur W Lees of UK, while NIT Rourkela’s Director Professor Animesh Biswas graced the occasion.
“Rotating machinery find a wide variety of applications in industries such as turbine generator systems in industries such as turbine generator systems in power plant, nuclear sector, marine, aerospace and many more.” Said Prof Mohit Lal, the coordinator of the event.
“The course will give the participants an understanding of the ways in which measured data can be interpreted to gain an insight into a machine’s operation and to diagnose incipient of a range of machine faults, the means of acquiring and presenting plant data and advanced techniques of data analysis.” He further added.
The programme will continue until March 1.