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1 Centre of Excellence for Innovation in Mining Engineering (CEIME), IIT Kharagpur, India Under the MOU between the Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry of Ontario, Canada and the Ministry of Mines, Republic of India 2 nd Collaborative workshop New Delhi 25 th July, 2012 Dr. K.U.M. Rao Professor & Head Dept. of Mining Engineering IIT Kharagpur, India Dr. Debasis Deb Professor Dept. of Mining Engineering IIT Kharagpur, India

2 Department of Mining Engineering Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur

3 Earlier History of the Department Started in the year First batch of B. Tech. students graduated in First batch of M. Tech. students graduated in First Doctoral degree awarded in Technology Mining Engg Society (TMES) established in /20/2012

4 Academic Programs B.Tech. (Hons) in Mining Engg. Five year integrated Dual Degree  B.Tech. (Hons) in Mining Engg. & M.Tech. in Mining Engg.  B.Tech. (Hons) in Mining Engg. & M.Tech. in Mine Safety Engg. M.Tech. - M.Tech. in Mining Engineering. MS ( by research), and Ph.D. Highest number of Doctoral degrees offered (45) compared to any other Mining Department in India

5 7/20/2012 Faculty members 5

6 7/20/2012 Faculty members 6

7 Ongoing Research and Development Works (2009 to 2012) Number of research projects : 37 Total funding : Rs crores oSponsored Projects: Rs crores oResearch Consultancy: Rs. 2.1 crores No. of Technical papers published: 109 oJournals : 78 oConferences:31 No. of Books Published: 14 (Total) Technology Transfer: 3 (Total) 7/20/2012 7

8 Laboratory facilities of the Dept Rock Mechanics Aerodynmics Geomatics & Remote sensing Geo- environment Fire & Explosion Mineral Processing Mine planning & Design Safety & Human factors Rock excavation Workshop

9 Achievements of the Department  Faculty members received awards namely National Mineral Award, awards offered by the MGMI and The Institution of Engineers (India), Young Engineer Fast-track award and fellowship to Indian Academy of Engineering  International collaboration with INSERM, France and KIGAM, S.Korea and SHELL Technologies, Netherlands  Technology transfer to ECL/CMPDIL for abandoned mine backfilling  Conducted EMP/EIA studies for several coal mining blocks in Eastern Coalfields Limited  Received DST funding under the FIST Program ; 7/20/2012 9

10 Centre of Excellence for Innovation in Mining Engineering (CEIME), IIT Kharagpur, India

11 Vision of Centre of Excellence, IIT Kharagpur Human Resource Development Academic and R&D Exchange Research and Development Vision of CEIME IIT Kharagpur Vision of CEIME IIT Kharagpur

12 Governance and Structure of CEIME Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of CEIME Advisory Council from India Advisory Council from Canada Honorary Board of Executive Members (Board) Chief Scientist (CS), R&D Chief Scientist (CS), EDP Scientists, R&DScientists, EDP Consortium of researchers from both the countries

13 Participation of Universities, Industries and Ministry of Ontario Province, Canada  The Executive Board  The Advisory Council  Faculty exchange program  Joint workshops, symposiums and conferences  Resource personnel in EDP Direct Involvement  Arranging visits to Canadian mines and industries  Generating funds for the CoEs in Canada and India  Arranging visits to Canadian mines and industries  Generating funds for the CoEs in Canada and India Other Involvement Modalities of Involvement  A workable model for engaging Canadian scientists and industry champions will be formulated  Availability, structure of payments, and type of engagement need to be determined  A workable model for engaging Canadian scientists and industry champions will be formulated  Availability, structure of payments, and type of engagement need to be determined

14 Executive Development Program (EDP)  Executives of industry working as managerial and other capacity  Faculty staffs of other academic institutions  Research personnel form R&D laboratories Target Audience  IIT Kharagpur  Company sites  Mutually agreeable location  IIT Kharagpur  Company sites  Mutually agreeable location Locations Resource Personnel  Scientists of the Centre  Domain expert from other academia or R&D labs, industry, etc.  Scientists of the Centre  Domain expert from other academia or R&D labs, industry, etc.

15 Proposed Activities of CEIME  Executive Development Program  Continuing Education Program Workshops, or Short term courses – priority-1 SUBJECT: TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATIONS IN DEEP MINING Mining today is a capital intensive, high technology and Productive equipment industry.

16 Objective of the short term course Readily available and abundant mineral resources have provided both fuel and raw materials for the country’s economic growth. Unfortunately, it is now becoming increasingly apparent that there are serious challenges in front of the mineral sector today 7/20/ /26

17 QUERIES BEFORE US Is the current technology adequate to meet the country’s demand for minerals What is the focus of R&D. Are the results of R&D being utilized by the industry ? If No where are we going wrong? How will the Ministry of Mines, academia and the industry come together to develop mining technology in the country What new technology is required to (1). Increase the recovery from mineral deposits (2). Mine low grade and deep seated deposits. 7/20/ /26

18 Research areas to focus – deep underground mines Large diameter blasting Back filling methods to enhance ore recovery and for the proper disposal of waste rock and tailings ( with a focus on paste back filling technology) Stability of large underground openings In situ leaching- not a new concept but still has to find its place in Indian hardrock mining. Prediction and assessment of fluid flow characteristics in fractured rock masses 7/20/ /26

19 Open pit mining Materials handling growing necessity of moving large tonnages of ore to long distances, in view of increasing depth of the open pit mines. Environmentally acceptable mining there is a strong need for research that will lead to the practical development of mining methods having a minimum disturbance to the surface

20 Longterm Sustainability  Establish strong working relationship with core mining companies, PSUs and Private  Identify a few core companies as industry partners of CEIME  Work on the principle “Mines to Mill” providing total mining solutions  Setup infrastructures and laboratory facilities  Engage in fundamental research for developing innovative and unique solutions, e.g. numerical modelling, support design, mine instrumentations, etc.  Above all, bring out a “Brand Name” of CEIME that “it delivers” Research and Development  Establish M.S. or equivalent degree course(s) for Industry personnel  Provide “certificate of competency” in various fields of mining technology  Establish a conference theme for years to come, e.g. “Conference on Ground Control” conducted at WVU, USA  Establish M.S. or equivalent degree course(s) for Industry personnel  Provide “certificate of competency” in various fields of mining technology  Establish a conference theme for years to come, e.g. “Conference on Ground Control” conducted at WVU, USA Academics

21 Long term research Research and Development  Fundamental Research  State funded research on cutting edge and innovative technologies for deep seated deposits  Research on rock dynamic fracture mechanics  Filling technologies including reclamation and rehabilitation  Sponsored and Consultancy Research  Industry sponsored research for solving specific problems  Collaborative research for industries in both countries  Acclimatization of advanced technology from Canada

22 Financial Estmate for First Five Years SL No Head/Topics Tentative Budget Requirements In INR (x10 7 )in CAD (x10 6 ) 1 Setting up of Basic facilities for Centre of Excellence Organizing faculty exchance program Organizing workshops and meeting Laboratory development and research in the thrust areas Salary and Wages Development of Building and required infrastructure Contingency and miscellaneous expenditure Total

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