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National Conference on Condition Monitoring (NCCM-2017)

CMSI and Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR) are jointly conducting the national conference on condition monitoring (NCCM-2017) during October 26-27, 2017 at IGCAR, Kalpakkam. A number of condition monitoring experts/practicing specialists from various organizations, institutes and industries are expected to participate in the conference. The conference provides a platform for interaction on the state-of-the-art condition monitoring strategies and to learn from the experts delivering keynote and invited talks. It also provides an opportunity to deliberate on latest trends, practices, and future trends. It would be highly beneficial for maintenance engineers of industries, R&D professionals, plant engineers and academicians working in this field of work.

NCCM-2017 invites abstracts related to all disciplines on condition monitoring for presentation at the conference. The presentations and full-text papers relevant to diagnosis and rectification of machinery faults with case studies are expected to benefit the most participants. The scope of NCCM-2017 includes the following topics, but not limited to:

Maintenance Management
Vibration Monitoring
Infrared Thermography
Motor Current Signature Analysis
Ultrasonics for Condition Monitoring
Materials and Structural Health Monitoring
Tool Wear Monitoring
Oil/ Wear Debris Analysis / Ferrography
Real time Condition Monitoring System
Expert Systems / Artificial Neural Networks
Remote Monitoring & Smart Sensors
Marine/ Aerospace/ Nuclear Applications of Condition Monitoring
Case Studies

Standard one A4 page abstract is to be submitted before August 30, 2017 by e-mail to For more details regarding registration, souvenir (advertisements), sponsorship and exhibition stalls, please contact:

Dr. BPC Rao
Convener, NCCM-2017& Chairman, Chennai Chapter of CMSI
Head, Non-destructive Evaluation Division, MMG
Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR)
Kalpakkam PO, TN- 603 102
Phone : 04427480232 / Fax: 04427480075