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NML showcases its technical expertise on National Technology Day

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Jamshedpur : CSIR- National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur presented nine various technologies developed during the year 2016-17 the occasion of National Technology Day.

On the occasion of Technology Day, Technology Day Quiz 2017 competition was also organized at National Metallurgical Laboratory Auditorium, Jamshedpur.

Mahavir Prasad Jalan, Chairman, Ramkrishna Forgings Ltd., Gamariha graced the function as Chief Guest and delivered Technology Day Lecture towards the various challenges faced during his journey of over Forty years for various shape development through his extended experience of forging & foundry technologies.

CSIR- National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur presented nine various technologies developed during the year 2016-17 and those Technologies are ‘Metal oxide nanoparticle based anti-corrosive chemical for metallic bodies’, ‘Synthetic flux and a process for de-phosphorization of steel in induction furnace’, ‘Production of coke using non-coking and semi-coking coals’, ‘Process for production of ferric sulphate from copper slag for arsenic removal’, ‘Process for production of Z-black oxide/magnetite from iron rich waste sources’, ‘Production of Fe-Ni/Co-Mo Metallic Alloy & Saleable Alumina Rich Slag from Leach Residues of Ni-Mo/Co-Mo Spent Catalysts’, ‘A Process for Production of Highly Metallised Directly Reduced Iron Cylinders (DRIC) from Lean Grade Raw Materials’, ‘Recovery of Iron values from Iron ore tailing slimes’, ‘Technology for dry beneficiation of non coking coal for application in thermal power and DRI’. Two Technologies amongst them are commercialized.

Prof. ParthaPratim Chattopadhyay, Director, NIFFT, Ranchi was the the Guest of Honour and he delivered lecture on an exciting topics of challenges of bridging the gap between Skill & Education in Manufacturing.

The function ended with the vote of thanks offered by S.R. Hembram, Controller of Administration, CSIR-NML. More than 150 students from Indo Danish Tool Room, Gamariha, Al-Kabir Polytechnic Institute, Mango and AIT, Adityapur also visited NML.

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