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Air Marshal J Chandra Inaugurates Int'l Seminar on Aero Engine Repairs Print E-mail
Written by Vijay   
Saturday, 19 November 2011
Chandigarh: Air Marshal J Chandra Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Maintenance Command and Air Marshal P Kanakaraj, Director General (Aircraft), Air HQ  inaugurated the one day Seminar on "Emerging Trends in Repair and Reclamation Technologies on Aero Engine Parts" organized by 3 Base Repair Depot (BRD), Air Force Station, Chandigarh in association with Aeronautical Society of India, Chandigarh. 3 BRD is a pioneer and one of the oldest Aero Engine part repair agency in India.

During the Inaugural Session Air Marshal Chandra said that we must identify the areas to be focused for Research and Development towards self reliance in the field of Aero engine repair and reclamation.

The seminar was spread over five sessions. Air Mshl Kanakaraj  stressed on the need for Public and Private Partnership in aero space industries to promote indigenous entrepreneurship.

The participants discussed the various advancements and challenges related to Repair and Overhaul of aero engines. The seminar provided a forum to share experiences and bring out the challenges faced in the operation and maintenance of aero engines of Indian Air Force as well as civil aviation industries.

Confluence of maintenance personnel of IAF, designers and scientists from Govt agencies and civil aviation industries has thrown up new vistas for optimal solutions towards increasing efficiency and reliability of aero engines.

Innovative repair/reclaim technologies make most of the aero engine components serviceable----saving up to two-thirds of the cost of new parts. These repairs/reclamation would improve productivity, enhance reliability, low inventory investment and can generate crores of rupees of savings annually.

It was attended by four foreign Companies and eight Indian Companies of civil aviation industry and Govt Defence agencies. Foreign participants in the seminar were Rolls Royce India UK Representative, Snecma India France Representative, Timkin UK, Motorsich Ukraine and Rose Bank Australia. Representatives from Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) , Center for Military Airworthiness (CEMILAC), Defence Material Research Laboratory (DMRL) Hyderabad and the National Metrology Laboratory (NML) attended the seminar.

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