November 22, 2020 10:52:29 pm
A webinar on the topic ‘Administration of Construction-borne Noise’ was performed by Indian Navy’s INS Shivaji on Saturday beneath the aegis of Distinguished Chair, Centre of Excellence (Marine Engineering). The webinar was attended by over 300 contributors comprising Flag Officers, senior naval officers, veterans and officers from all branches of Indian Navy.
The one-day webinar commenced with the welcome deal with by INS Shivaji Commandant, Commodore Ravnish Seth. The inaugural deal with was delivered by Vice Admiral I C Rao (Retd), Distinguished Chair, Centre of Excellence (Marine Engineering).
Vice Admiral A Ok Chawla, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Naval Command, delivered the keynote deal with and emphasised on upkeep of platform to near-design circumstances to make sure optimum acoustic signatures of ships and submarines. He additionally urged the trade, academia and shipbuilding trade to seamlessly collaborate with Indian Navy, by way of strategic programmes by the Authorities of India akin to ‘Make-in-India’ and ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’, to make sure higher designs for quieter ships.
Papers on numerous facets together with measurement, prediction and mitigation of structure-borne noise have been delivered by topic specialists from numerous analysis and improvement laboratories akin to Naval Science and Expertise Laboratory, Visakhapatnam, Naval Bodily and Oceanographic Laboratory, Kochi, Indian Register of Transport, Mumbai, Nationwide Institute of Ocean Expertise, Chennai, shipbuilders akin to Mazgaon Docks Shipbuilders Ltd, Design Directorates of Built-in Headquarters Ministry of Defence (Navy) and the Naval Underwater Ranges, Goa.
Vice Admiral S R Sarma, Chief of Materiel, delivered the closing deal with and emphasised on the life cycle upkeep of equipment onboard ships and submarines and incorporation of latest applied sciences into design. The vote of thanks was delivered by Rear Admiral C S Baburaj.
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